St. Joseph's    Home | Church | School | Daycare | Preschool | Fundraiser | Fish Fry
  School Bulletin | Lunch | Calendar | School Supplies | Athletic Schedule | Links  
     
  St. Joseph's School  
 

School News

2014 - 2015 School Year - Enroll now!

We are currently accepting enrollment for PreK3/PreK4 and K-8 classes for the upcoming school year. Please contact us if you are interested, or are looking for more information. Thank you.

 

 

 

 

 

NEW School logo PROOFS.
We have a new logo, attached, and a number of new items on the order form (also attached). We are now offering the regular t-shirts and sweatshirts, as in the past, as well as the new dri-fit items. Most of these, other than t-shirts, would be embroidered. Any of these may be tried on at Kozelka-Wall, if you’re not sure of the sizing. Please return the order forms by November 15th, if you wish to order. Money is not needed until the December pick-up. Please note there is an extra cost for name and number added. And, we need 6 items, ordered, in order to get any of the items. Thanks to Sarah Stoughton and Regina Lord for working on this!!!

 

 

MISSION

 

The mission of St. Joseph School, in cooperation with parents and the Catholic Church, is to educate each child spiritually and academically to become valued members of society whose foundation is Christ and His teachings.

VISION

Through open and honest communication, mutual respect, and shared trust, we must prepare students to achieve their full spiritual, moral, and academic potential.




CORE VALUES

1. We believe Christ is the reason for St. Joseph School. He is the unseen but ever present teacher in our classes, the model for our faculty, and the inspiration for our students.
2. We believe a quality Catholic education prepares students to be future leaders both in our parish and our community.
3. We believe a diverse curriculum builds self-esteem in our students.
4. We believe a variety of teaching methods, in a positive and ordered learning environment, is essential for student growth.
5. We believe St. Joseph's School assists parents or guardians with their responsibility to be the primary educators of their children.
6. We believe respect for oneself and others is essential for student success.



POLICY QUESTIONS

The primary responsibility for the education of children resides with the parents or guardians. St. Joseph School provides a means for parents to fulfill that responsibility. If, at any time, questions or concerns should arise, please do not hesitate to call the teacher involved or the principal. Parents are also represented by parishioners they have elected to the Education Commission. Those names are sent home at the beginning of the school year. It is mutual cooperation and respect that provides the basis for an excellent school.




FULL-TIME STUDENT COSTS (2012 - 2013 School Year)

Non-Parishioner
Tuition - $1800 - 1st child; $150 - 2nd child; $100 for each additional child
Book Fee - $250/child
Volunteer - 10 hours or pay $100
Playground Supervision - supervise 5 days or pay $10/day

Parishioner
Tuition - $1200 - 1st child; $100 - 2nd child; $50 - 3rd child; 4th (or more children) - Free
Book Fee - $250/child
Volunteer - 10 hours or pay $100
Playground Supervision - supervise 5 days or pay $10/day



PRE-SCHOOL

PreK (3 year olds - T/TH)
Parishioner - $80/month
Non-Parishioner - $100/month

PreK (4 year olds - M/W/F) Parishioners - $500/year, if the oldest child in attendance; $400/yr, if older sibling enrolled in K-8
Non-Parishioners - $700/year

 
     
 
Home | Church | School | Daycare | Preschoool | Fundraiser