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    Welcome to our Saint Joseph School parents blog!  Check back here frequently for regular updates!

    If you have information that you'd like to share on this blog, please e-mail newsletter@stjosephschoolwakefield.org.

    Please remember that you are always welcome to contact the main office at 781-245-2081 with any questions.

  • Important Upcoming Dates

    January 29  

    Casual for a Cause

  • LetGoYourMind Summer Program

    Posted by Lisa Crane on 1/24/2021

    Let Go Your Mind

    LetGoYourMind is excited to announce that they are running their in-person STEM programs this summer at Saint Joseph School, being held at 50% capacity. They will be offering three programs this summer. 

    • Motorized LEGO brick creations: Ages 4-5    

    • Code motorized LEGO robotic creations and Stop Motion Animation: Ages 6-8    

    • Battlebots, Stop-Motion Animation & Code Minecraft:  Ages 9-13

    The full descriptions and dates can be found on their website.

    Once you have decided which program you would like to register for, login or create a profile on their website through ultracamp. Go through the registration process and at the end it will ask for a password. The password is: summer2020.

    Please feel free to email the coordinator with any questions.  jim@letgoyourmind.com

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  • January Casual for a Cause

    Posted by Lisa Crane on 1/20/2021

    The Humane Society of the United States (@HumaneSociety) | TwitterDate: Friday, January 29 

    Cost: $1.00

    Attire: Wear blue or an animal design. Normal dress down rules apply.

    Cause: The Humane Society of the U.S.

    Since 1954, The Humane Society has been helping animals all
    over The United States. They have saved thousands of animals
    and have given them a second chance. They’ve educated
    thousands of people about kindness to animals and have fought for more animal protection laws.

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  • Financial Aid Applications Due April 15

    Posted by Lisa Crane on 1/19/2021

    Financial Aid

    For families re-enrolling or enrolling for the 2021-2022 school year, the financial aid process is now open. Applications are due by April 15 and the school will communicate its decision by May 15.

    If you intend to apply for financial aid, please use this link. Please contact the main office with any questions.

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  • Middle School Honor Roll

    Posted by Lisa Crane on 1/1/2021

    Head of School's Honor List - Academy of Our Lady of Peace

    For the first term of this 2020-2021 school year:

    GRADE 6


    Ethan Hildonen,Laila Paulsen, Lily Rodgers, and Andrew Skeirik

    High Honors

    Katherine Abourjaili, Avery Black, Olivia Casoli, Siena Ciulla, Mia Hubbard, 

    Olivia Larsen, Anna Magno, and Rania Saroufim


    Ryan Butterworth, Lillian Cherilus, Aimee Keohane, and Brianna Santos

    Honorable Mention

    Anthony Capozzi, James Guild, and Nicholas Labriola 


    GRADE 7


    Harry Brown and Priscilla Srikanth

    High Honors

    Elias Abourjaili, Adrian Babu, and Julian Cuper


    Jack Burgess, Ava Diranian, Daniel Fazzolari, Kylie Gagne, Isaac Melo, Thomas Pote, Yasmin Saroufim, and Shane Stuart

    Honorable Mention

    Keira Gagne and Julia Lanneville 


    GRADE 8


    Joseph Laudanno, Deirdre McCarron, George Rodgers, and Molly Tittemore 

    High Honors

    Hugo Brown 


    Gregory Beckwith, Isabella Casoli, Allesandra Delgenio, Luke Hicks, and Haley Talbot

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  • School Christmas Concert

    Posted by Lisa Crane on 12/26/2020

    Kids singing stock vector. Illustration of songs, preschool - 63100984

    Our preK-8th students did a beautiful job recording their Christmas songs in lieu of our beloved in-person Christmas concert this year. We hope you enjoy viewing the entire concert here, and we encourage you to share with family and friends! Thank you to our teachers for their hard work in preparing the students.

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  • Christmas Stroll

    Posted by Lisa Crane on 12/22/2020

    Thank you to all of the parents, teachers, and students who helped to make the Christmas Stroll a beautiful, meaningful, wonderful event to kick-off Christmas vacation. Neither a foot of snow nor a pandemic could stop us! Between the safely pre-recorded Christmas concert playing on a big screen, the Nativity, the students' hand-decorated Christmas trees and, of course, Santa Claus, it was a night to remember. For more picture of the stroll, please visit the school's Flickr site.

    Merry Christmas everyone!

    Santa  trees


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  • Band & String Program

    Posted by Lisa Crane on 11/19/2020

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    Our band and string program is now enrolling for live after school Zoom lessons! Flexible scheduling sign up can be done here

    Current offerings:
    1) Ukulele grades K-8
    2) Violin grades 1-8
    3) Band instruments grade 3-8 (trumpet, trombone, saxophone, clarinet, flute, bells, percussion)

    If you have any rental instruments from the previous year that need to be returned, they can be dropped off at the school office labeled with your child’s name. Don’t hesitate to email Band & String Program Director Jenn Zevos at j.allen.jazz@gmail.com with any questions. 

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  • Homework Club!

    Posted by Lisa Crane on 10/13/2020

    Homework Club / Welcome

       Join the club and get your homework completed at school!    


    Grades 1-3


    When: Monday through Thursday 2:15 -3:15

     Attend some days or every day.

     Where : Library

    Cost: $10 per child per day

    Register: Students must be registered to attend, as no drop-ins are allowed. Please return this form to the front office.

    *Payments will automatically be deducted through the

    FACTS Management System

    *Please bring extra snack and a book to read if finished early

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  • COVID-19 Symptoms & Procedures

    Posted by Lisa Crane on 9/1/2020

    The health and safety of your children and our staff will rely, in part, on individual attention and responsibility this year. We ask you to check your child daily for the symptoms below. The most important thing to do if any of the following symptoms are present is to stay home. We know that some symptoms of COVID-19 are the same as the flu or a bad cold, but please do not assume that it is another conditionWhen in doubt, stay home. Your child’s teacher will be in touch regarding missed work and remote learning opportunities. If a child becomes sick at school, we will isolate him/her until a parent can arrive.

    Most Common Symptoms of COVID-19 and Testing Requirements:

    • Fever [100.4or higher] chills, shaking chills
    • Cough [not due to other known cause, such as chronic cough]
    • Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
    • New loss of taste or smell
    • Sore throat
    • Headache when in combination with other symptoms
    • Muscle aches or body aches
    • Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea
    • Fatigue when in combination with other symptoms
    • Nasal congestion or runny nose [not due to other known causes, such as allergies] when in combination with other symptoms.


    Staff and students who have symptoms should contact their primary care physician for further instructions. If staff or students have these symptoms, they must get tested for active COVID-19 prior to returning to school. If a student tests positive for the virus, the class will automatically move to remote learning for 14 days or when cleared by medical authorities. We anticipate adding to and/or adjusting these guidelines as necessary for safety.

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