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MR. MULLEN
PRINCIPAL

PRINCIPAL’S CORNER

The mission of St. Joseph the Carpenter school is to form well educated, well rounded faith filled leaders of tomorrow. But are we? Possibly a look at what a leader should be may help us answer this question.

A leader must be knowledgeable. Our K-3 graders are deeply involved in the new interdisciplinary language arts program that teaches literacy skills through cultural literacy. A 3rd grader discussing the Punic Wars in Sicily or the reach of Ancient Rome? How about a trip down the Nile to visit the builders of the pyramids or a wild ride with Toad through Edwardian England? Or even kindergarteners who can describe the body in detail. How about our 5-8 graders working on in-depth STEM projects? Or the 8th grade writing, choreographing and performing the annual Civil Rights Celebration? Did I mention the scholarships the 8th graders have been offered by some of the best Catholic High Schools in the area or the number of students who regularly receive 1st or 2nd honors? I would say that they are well educated students who are quite knowledgeable about many things.

A leader needs to be well rounded. Volleyball is now yielding to basketball which will lead to track. We will be looking for a place to display all the trophies and certificates that our students usually win. Our students expand their thought processes through Gifted and Talented, learn how to speak competitively in the Forensics program (often bringing home honors) and enjoy karate, dance and fashion design. If a child has an interest, we try and find an outlet for it. Our students are well rounded and prepared for the future.

A leader should be faith filled. Prayer, social concern and living a Christ centered life is at the core of who we are. Here religion is not just a subject but it is part of our DNA. Our students lead prayers, participate in prayer services and Mass, they sing in the choir, filling food baskets, collecting clothes for the homeless and other good works are just part of life here at St. Joe’s. It is most evident in the way a new child is welcomed, a hurt one is comforted and the genuine concern one has for the other. We say we are all God’s children and we believe it.

To be knowledgeable, well rounded and faith filled as well as knowing the right thing and doing it are all part of the St. Joseph’s Way. It is intangible but it is real and it is strongly felt in this school. We are definitely fulfilling our mission.

We would like you to consider being a part of this Way. Our Open House will be Sunday, January 27 from 11-1. We invite you to join us ( and our reasonable Pancake Breakfast ,too) and experience why most families who walk through our doors never want to leave!

 

Happy Catholic Schools Week.

 


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You are cordially invited to the

14th Annual Civil Rights Era and the Martin Luther King Jr. Program, Hosted and Presented by our 8th Grade Students

Friday, February 22 at 7:00 p.m.

(GYM)

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All are welcomed to our S.T.E.M. Fair

All Grades: Pre-K through 8th have a presentation

Date: Thursday February 28th

Where: Gym

Time: 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.

             More Information to follow

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Friday: March 1st:

          Prayer Partners Get Together For A Craft

Monday: March 4th:

          (Pre-K to 2nd Grade) Pajama Day: Children can come to school wearing their 

                                            pajamas. NO SLIPPERS!!

Inspired By: I Am NOT Going To Get Up Today!

         (3rd through 8th Grade) College Day: Students can wear a college shirt or

                                                 sweatshirt, with their uniform, from a college they may

                                                  see themselves in the future.

Inspired By: Oh, The Places You'll Go!

Tuesday: March 5th:

          (Pre-K through 1st Grade) Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast!

          (2nd Grade through 8th Grade) Crazy Foot Day! Students can wear

                                                            mixed-matched socks and sneakers!

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Save the Date

Saturday, May 18th @ 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Registration begins at 9:00

More Information To Follow

Last Fundraiser of the School Year

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Available Now - Each Ticket costs $10 with 90 over 90 chances to WIN!

Money due by March 15th for April 1st drawing.

 Please call Ms. Love should you have any questions.

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Pretzel Sale Extended to

Friday, February 22, 2019

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St. Joseph the Carpenter

Early Childhood Center

Pre-K Takes 2! (Year Olds)

It is with great excitement that we announce our Pre-K expansion to include two year olds! Our classes provide a well-rounded environment where young children learn to live Christian values, develop socially and emotionally, and learn through play while acquiring academic readiness skills. We hope to see your little ones join our growing family.

  • Children do not need to be potty trained.

  • Limited space is also available in our 3 and 4 year old classes.

  • Sibling discounts for St. Joseph the Carpenter families.

  • Call 245-0569 or 245-6560 for more information.

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Saint Joseph the Carpenter School School Store is now open!
The school store is located right outside of the office. Please stop by. 

 

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St. Joseph the Carpenter School
140 East 3rd Avenue  -  Roselle, NJ 07203-1212
908-245-6560 Phone               908-245-3342 Fax