Mrs. Scarponi's fifth grade class is investigating the transfer of energy.READ MORE
The Sisters of Jesus Our Hope and Sister Michaelita of Catholic Charities were honored at Saint Philip & Saint James Church on Sunday. Our students presented them with flowers at the 11:00am mass. Thank you, Sisters, for all you do to educate our children and care for those in need in our community. May God bless you!READ MORE
Today was the 100th day of school at SSPJ. Mrs. Sharkey and Miss Swick's Kindergarten classes celebrated by making posters with 100 items. Mrs. Kucinski, our principal, announced ten 10-second action breaks throughout the school day -- 10 jumping jacks, 10 toe-touches, and so on. We got our blood pumping today! Every fifth student who arrived this morning received a door prize. 100 days smarter, 100 days stronger, 100 days brighter. It's great to be a Saint!READ MORE
To kick off our celebration of Catholic Schools Week, grades K-8 competed in "Minute to Win It." The kids had a blast!READ MORE
Pre-K A & B made lanterns to kick off Catholic Schools Week because "Catholic Schools Light the Way!"READ MORE
Kindergarten class learns about “rectángulos” (rectangles) in Spanish class.
First grade is learning about the miracles of Jesus. Jesus Walks on Water. Keep your eyes on Jesus. He will always love you. He was always be there for you. He will never let you down.
Mrs. Korp's First Grade class honors Dr. Martin Luther KingREAD MORE
Pre-K learned all about the Three Wise Men and the Epiphany this past week. Here they are wearing their crowns made of "gold," Each crown features 3 gems-- our number for the week!