It is with deep sadness that we inform our school community that St. Joseph High School will close at the end of the current school year.
For reasons outlined in this communication, we regret that our 61-year history concludes with the graduating Class of 2021.
(Answers to questions our community may have regarding the next few months of operation will be posted soon.)
DAILY BULLETIN FOR THURSDAY, APRIL 15
There will be a student council meeting tonight at 7:00 p.m. via Microsoft Teams. Please reach out to Ms. McGleam if you would like to attend and need to be added to the team.
Tomorrow is all-school testing for freshmen, sophomores and juniors. All students must be in-person by 8:00 a.m. Get a good night’s sleep tonight and have a lite breakfast tomorrow morning. Bring a calculator and #2 pencils. Exception: Seniors. Sleep in.You do not have classes tomorrow. You are doing your last minute paperwork for college admissions, registration, campus housing, scholarship applications and financial aid.
Boys volleyball is underway! We will have our first practice this afternoon, from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. If you have any questions or have a conflict but intend to play, please contact Mr. Bufalino in room 202.
We are still collecting for our twinning school, St. Joseph in Ethiopia. Donations can be made in person during homeroom or online through the St. Joe’s website under Quick Links: “Our mission collection” link. Please be as generous as your means allow.
ON THIS DAY
April 15 is the traditional deadline for Americans to submit their tax returns to the federal government for the previous calendar year. The pandemic has delayed the deadline the past two years.
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