Falcons in Action
There is always something happening at St Joseph School!
Congratulations Mrs Briere and our St Joseph School choir. Check out this awesome video from last nights ceremony!
Check out this most recent article! Congratulations Mrs. Briere!
Sharon Briere Named as Honored: The Most Reverend Michael R. Cote, D.D. Award for Contributions to Catholic Education, Diocese of Norwich
We are so excited for our school principal Mrs. Briere.
It was announced today that Mrs Briere received a very prestigious award from the Norwich of Diocese for her contributions to Catholic Education.
The Most Reverend Michael R. Cote, D.D. Award for Contributions to Catholic Education, Diocese of Norwich award has been awarded to Mrs. Briere along with two other colleagues within the Norwich Diocese. There will various media outlets covering this award over the next few months along with the Seton Scholarship Dinner in October to celebrate this honor. Stay tuned for more information along with details on tickets for the Seton Dinner!!!
If you see Mrs. Briere, congratulate her on this awesome award!!!
see the article attached or this link for more information!!
Please visit the Thompson Public Library during the month of March to see the St. Joseph School Art Showcase. The display is in the lobby.
The following students have art in the Showcase:
PreK- Gage Cody, Andrew Pouliot
K- Hazel Clavette, Ryan Turbesi
First- Patrick Raftery, Isabella Leatham-Wright
Second-Caiden Le Blanc, Sarah Melnick
Third- Beatrice Foronda, Arianna Belanger, Rowan Lehmann
Fourth- Stephanie Kachuk, Maya Chojnicki
Fifth- Kylie Cummings, Grace Bosiak
Sixth- Jonathan Breault, Evan Antonson
7+8- Morgan Potter, Chiarina Stead, Grace Holland
All of these works were created in Mrs. Bellerose’s Art class.
Community Service at SJSNG
St Joseph School raises $240 at Think Pink Games 1/15/17! Money will be donated to Harrington Hospital Cancer Center.
St Joseph SChool donates over 115 Blessing bags to Community Support Program
Students, led by a CCA employee, made 115 goodie bags for clients in our Community Support Program. Receiving gift bags filled with gloves, hats, toiletries, and gift cards with special notes from the giver, was a special treat for people with long-term needs associated with their mental health.
Students at SJSNG participated in the Red Nose Day Campaign and raised over $110 by wearing red! It was a fun day to raise awareness for children around the world!
Over Catholic Schools Week and beyond, students participated in many types of community service.
The “Can Help” food drive for the St. Joseph Food Pantry netted about 150 grocery items.
The King Arthur Flour Learn, Bake, Share program resulted in over 20 loaves of fresh home-baked bread being donated to the food pantry. Mrs. Proulx showed students in grades 4-8 the ins and outs of bread-making at school. Fr. Richard and Sister Jeannine spoke to the group about the needs of the St. Joseph Food Pantry. The students took home flour, yeast, and other supplies donated by King Arthur Flour. They baked two loaves, one to keep and one to donate.
The Penny jars (with various silver and paper money) totaled $312.93. Grade 4 won the right to donate to their chosen charity, which is TEEG.
We thank all of the families who made these donations a reality.
Check out Photos below from our most recent events!
(As always, if you have photos you'd like to share from a St Joseph School event or classroom experience, please feel free to send us photos at stjoesPSC@gmail.com for display on our website!)
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