Newsletter (Archived): January 23rd Newsletter - Jan 23, 2019 - Jan 31, 2019 [Archive]
Due to the expected inclement weather tomorrow morning, we will have a 2 hour delayed start to our school day to assist in everyone’s safe arrival. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but we are following the Tangipahoa Parish School System plan and buses will run on this delayed schedule. Our school day will begin at 9:35 a.m. and dismiss at our regular time. Our Religion Fair will take place as scheduled. Our Kindergarten 100th day event will take place at 10:00 a.m.
Wear a pink or blue shirt with school jeans and shoes - TOMORROW for $1 - This donation will be used to purchase baby items for Catholic Charities as part of our Catholic Schools Week service project.
Sock hop will be this Friday January 25th from 7 - 10. The cost will be $10 to get in with snacks and drinks available for free. Students can purchase pictures for $5 once they arrive at the dance. Students can bring a friend from another school as long as the friend is in school in grades 5-8 and they must adhere to the school rules and regulations. Theme is "Hollywood Nights"and is a little dressy. Girls skirts and dresses must be longer than their fingertips when they stand up, must have thick straps, no weird cuts on the chest/shoulder area, or cut outs anywhere. Neither boys nor girls can wear shorts. If you are unsure if the outfit is acceptable, you can email a picture to Mrs Bankston. Those who do not follow guidelines will be asked to leave or wear a sweater, etc.
Catholic Schools Week Events:
-Monday - wear a sweatshirt of any color- WITH YOUR SCHOOL UNIFORM to represent Joseph's Coat of many colors
- Tuesday - Religion Fair - families are invited to view projects from 5 - 6 pm
- Wednesday - attend mass
- Thursday - Students wear any hat, belt, or tennis shoes with school uniform to represent the Armor of God
Open House - 6:00 p.m. in the cafeteria - Prospective Parents
- Friday - Students wear any Christian t-shirt or school spirit shirt with school jeans
Sign up at www.sjc.youth.com
Congratulations to Mrs. Marilyn Smith who was chosen as the Diocesan Distinguished Educator this year. Mrs. Marilyn teaches Kindergarten at SJS and is very deserving of this award. We are so proud of this honor!
Congratulations to Mrs. Ann Boudreaux who has been chosen as St. Joseph School's Distinguished Graduate this year. Mrs. Boudreaux is a member of the SJS Class of 1946. She continues to be connected to St. Joseph School through her great-grandchildren and is actively involved with St. Joseph Church.
If you would like us to invite a family to our Open House, please send in their contact information on the form sent home last week in the Wednesday packet. We will mail them an invitation. Thank you for your help with reaching out to prospective families. Additional forms can be found by clicking on the link below.SJS New Family
Father/Daughter Dance - 2-1-19
7:00 – 9:00pm
PreK – 8th (All grades invited)
Theme: “She’s A Keeper”
(Camo, fishing, etc…..)
Click on link below for a copy of the flyer.Father - Daughter Dance
The BETA club will be having a Bake Sale on the weekend of February 9th and 10th. The sale will take place after all the weekend mass times. The money raised will be used to help with the fees for the state convention. Please stop by and support the SJS BETA club!
Our word of the week is Justice.
Bible verse: "The Lord loves righteousness and justice; the earth is full of his unfailing love." Psalm 33:5
January 27 – February 1 – CATHOLIC SCHOOLS’ WEEK
January 29 - Religion Fair
February 4 - Open Registration Begins
February 5 - February Birthdays
February 15 - Crusader Parade
February 20 - 22 - Beta Club Convention
March 4 - 8 - Mardi Gras Holidays
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