Crusaders of the Month

September Crusaders of the Month
Casey Henley (8th) and Chase Mack (1st)

From the Principal

The school office staff regularly receives calls regarding the cafeteria. Parents need to understand that the cafeteria is operated through the state and is not under the auspices of the school administration. Ms. Gwen Klein is the cafeteria manager. I find Ms. Gwen, as she is affectionately known, most cordial in any dealings that I have had with her. She and her staff work hard everyday to collect the fees, serve the meals, and clean the area before they leave. This is no easy task.

Ms. Gwen is supervised through the Diocese of Baton Rouge School Food Service. Food Service provides the menu, controls the portions, and sets cost of the meals under the direction of the state. Cafeteria costs are billed separately from tuition. Ms. Gwen will be happy to answer any questions you might have regarding the cafeteria. She is a very kind and concerned person. She and the ladies (Ms. Barbara and Ms. Linda) have been working together for many years and do an excellent job. Ms. Gwen’s number is 386-8075.

The only time it is necessary for the school administration to become involved in the cafeteria is if the students are misbehaving or if the students have been treated in an unpleasant manner by the staff. Teachers maintain discipline in the cafeteria and I have no doubt that the students are being treated with respect.

Exam Schedule

The following is the exam schedule for students in Grades 6-7-8:

Monday, October 8
7th & 4th Periods

Tuesday, October 9
8th & 3rd Periods

Wednesday, October 10
5th & 2nd Periods

Thursday, October 11
1st Period

Please note the change on Tuesday for 8th period exams.

School Pictures

Barberito Photographers will be at school on Thursday, October 4, to take individual school pictures. This is a pre-pay program. Picture packages will only be produced for children who have paid on or before Picture Day. Details and forms were sent home last week.
Students should wear regular school uniforms on Picture Day.

October 5

October 5 is a holiday for Tangipahoa Parish School System, but St. Joseph School is in session on that date. The only difference is that we will have no buses running either in the morning or in the afternoon. Everyone is carpool. 

Please be advised that carpool will run, both morning and afternoon on both sides of the building in order to make things run faster.

Cafeteria Balances

All lunch and extra sales money is now due for September. All overdue accounts shoudl have been paid in full by September 28! 

Please contact Ms. Gwen Klein, cafeteria manager, at 985-386-0875 if you have any questions.

Fall Festival T-Shirts

Students who purchase Fall Fest T-Shirts may wear them with blue jeans, white crew socks, a belt, and regular uniform shoes on Friday, October 5.

Students who do not have the Fall Fest T-Shirts are to come in regular uniforms.

Fall Fest T-Shirts may also be worn on every Friday in October as well as Halloween Day.

Our Fall Fest will be on Friday, October 19,

SJS 8th Grade Car Wash!

Sjs 8th grade car wash!

Proceeds will be used to buy a scorekeepers’ table to donate to st. joseph school in memory of Brittany landaiche

Saturday, october 13 9:00-2:00
St. joseph youth building (across the street from Bohning’s supermarket)

Science Department

 Dana Hendrix (left) and Heath Greaud check and record data for their science experiment in Mrs. Mercer’s class.

Meetings & Events

October 4 - Individual Pictures in Uniforms
October 4 - Third Grade Field Trip
October 5 - 8:30 Mass (grades K-8)
October 5 - Adopt-a-Child Collection
October 5 - 1st Quarter A/R Deadline
October 5 - Fall Fest T-Shirts
October 8 - 7:45 Living Rosary
October 8-11 Exams for Grades 67-8
October 9 - 2:45-3:30 Student Council Meeting
October 11 - Second Grade Field Trip
October 11 - Penance Prayer Service Grades 3-4-5

St. Paul Quote of the Week

Rom 12:17-18 

Do not repay anyone evil for evil; be concerned for what is noble in the sight of all. If possible, on your part, live at peace with all.

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