Congratulations to Nicholas Socci, Riley Perna, and Sienna Belverio (alternate). They are regional finalists in the annual National History Day competition. They will represent our region at the national competition. We're so proud of you!
The Cat in the Hat (Mrs. Hammerstone's close personal friend!) visited our students in honor of Dr. Seuss' birthday.
Pre-K 2 and Pre-K 4 created beautiful STREAM projects today. PK2 made hot air balloons. PK4 made igloos out of marshmallows. Our Pre-K students are Smart and Sweet!!READ MORE
The 7th and 8th Grades competed in a volleyball match today for the student body. Our Mascot made its appearance! The sixth grade started "the Wave" in the stands and Pre-K 4 were the cheerleaders. It was a great time and a great match! Congratulations to 8th grade. Good game and great sportsmanship by both teams. It's Great to be a Saint!READ MORE
Students made their own crazy hats out of recycled materials. The whole student body voted and the winner is...Gianni! All of the hats were fantastic. Great job to all the participants who put so much work into making this a fun contest.READ MORE
Grades K-8 bowled the afternoon away at Warren Lanes on Wednesday to celebrate Catholic Schools Week!READ MORE
Students in grades 1-8 competed to see who knows the Bible best. It was a fun time! These wiz kids wowed us with their knowledge.READ MORE
SSPJ kicked off Catholic Schools Week with special masses at St. Philip and St. James Church and St. Mary's Church.
Catholic Schools Week starts off with a bang! The grades competed in fun and silly relay races. Thank you to all of our competitors. And the winners are...4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th Grades. Way to go!READ MORE
Some of our 7th and 8th grade students attended the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.