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!
First Grade built and tested their parachutes for Santa. Santa will be prepared for anything on Christmas Eve thanks to our young engineers!READ MORE
December 6th is the feast of Saint Nicholas. In parts of Europe, children put their shoes out the night before in hopes that he will put some treats in them. Our students left their "shoes" in the hallways last night, and, sure enough, Saint Nicholas visited!
Congratulations to the Saints JV Girls A basketball team. They won their season opener!
The weather is crazy up in Fourth Grade! Our budding meteorologists are tracking a hurricane.READ MORE
Mrs. O'Sullivan's sixth grade Social Studies class creating their own Sumerian cylinder seals.READ MORE
The Saints Philip & James School choir sang at the Phillipsburg Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony in Shappell Park on Tuesday evening. Thank you to Mr. Yesenosky and the SSPJ Choir for sharing Christ's love through song. What a beautiful concert!