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

    *Our school is engaging in remote learning for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year due to the Coronavirus.  We have posted lots of resources on the blog, including videos from our librarian, Mrs. Tremblay, our art teacher, Mr. McGaw, our Music teacher, Mrs. Burton, our Physical Education teacher, Mrs. Condon and our Spanish teacher, Mrs. Connerty.  Regular classroom teachers have been in touch with their students regarding remote learning materials and schedules.*

    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.

  • Spanish with Mrs. Connerty - Ocean/Verano Song

    Posted by Siobhan Murphy on 6/2/2020

    This is such a catchy song to learn or review your ocean vocabulary, just in time for summer!

    Thank you Senora Connerty for making learning Espanol so divertido (fun)!

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  • Art with Mr. McGaw - Week of June 1

    Posted by Siobhan Murphy on 6/1/2020

    Please enjoy this week's art lesson with Mr. McGaw!

    Mr. McGaw, thank you so much for these inspiring lessons!  You are such a blessing to us!

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  • Year-End Praise and Worship!

    Posted by Siobhan Murphy on 5/30/2020


    All students and families are invited to join together with Father Ron for one final Praise & Worship of the school year!
    This will take place on Zoom at 8:15 a.m. on Monday, June 8.
    Zoom information will be provided closer to the event.
    Please wear school uniforms, Hawks sports uniforms or other SJS spirit wear as we celebrate the close of our school year!
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  • Textbook Drop Off & Student Desk Items Pick Up

    Posted by Siobhan Murphy on 5/30/2020


    Each of our students has textbooks and other items to return to school, and teachers have items to return to students from their desks.  We would like to complete this process during the week of June 8.
    We have created a schedule for parents of different grades to drive up to the front of the school on Gould Street, park their cars, and make this transfer with their teachers in the front yard of the school.  (Please note that this is a modification to the process in our preliminary announcement last week.)  
    Parents are asked to wear masks and maintain social distance during this process.  If you have child(ren) in your car with you, they must remain in the car.
    • Monday, June 8
      • Noon to 2 p.m. - Grade 2
    • Tuesday, June 9
      • 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. - Grades 6-8*
    • Wednesday, June 10
      • 8 - 10 a.m. - Grade 1
      • 10 - noon - Grade 4
      • Noon to 2 p.m. - Grade 3
    • Thursday, June 11
      • 8 - 10 a.m. - Grade 5
      • 10 a.m. - noon - Kindergarten
    *Families that have other students not in the middle school may also drop off and pick up items during the middle school time.  A Middle School sign-up genius will be circulated by Mrs. Arulraj on Monday, June 1.
    If the above times are not convenient for you, please contact your child's teacher to make other arrangements.
    Early Childhood Program teachers will be in touch with ECP families with different arrangements.
    If you have not done so already, this would be a great opportunity to return any library books to the marked bin on the porch of the convent.
    Thank you for your cooperation!  We are looking forward to a smooth and safe process!  Please contact Mrs. Flynn with any questions.
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  • Library with Mrs. Tremblay - Week of May 31, 2020

    Posted by Siobhan Murphy on 5/30/2020

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  • Final Principal Coffee Hour

    Posted by Siobhan Murphy on 5/30/2020
    Please join us for the final Principal Coffee Hour of the school year on Thursday, June 4, at 8:30 a.m.  Please use the information below to join us!
    Meeting ID: 975 0246 8845
    Password: 228446


    Each coffee hour is an open discussion and a great opportunity to raise questions, comments, compliments and suggestions.  All are welcome! 
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  • Malden Catholic Summer Programs

    Posted by Siobhan Murphy on 5/26/2020


    Malden Catholic High School is offering some terrific summer programs!

    Malden Catholic has become a leader in remote learning and provides a model for fun, interactive, summer courses taught by veteran teachers on a secured Zoom platform.

    Starting June 29, MC is now offering Summer Classes for students grades 7 – 11 with exciting and engaging remote courses in Math, Science, English, Social Studies, Foreign Language, STEM and a variety of electives. This is a perfect way to keep your child busy and build important skills during the summer season.

    Classes will run from June 29 – July 31 and prices for classes vary. 

    Please visit https://www.maldencatholic.org/summer to see a complete list and for details on enrollment.


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  • Thank You to Our Teachers!

    Posted by Siobhan Murphy on 5/26/2020


    We are so excited to report that we have recognized our beloved teachers with lawn signs!

    They are ALL truly dedicated teachers even from a distance!  We are so blessed!

    Special thanks to Kelly Williams for designing these beautiful signs and to Christina Hildonen and her family for delivering them!

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  • Remote Announcements by Grade 8

    Posted by Siobhan Murphy on 5/26/2020


    The students of Saint Joseph School have been greeted daily with a "Remote Prayer" email sponsored by Grade 8 throughout this pandemic!

    Amidst preparing for high school, serving Christian Service hours, and enjoying time with their Kindergarten buddies, eighth graders also play an important leadership role at Saint Joseph School.
    One of their responsibilities is to lead morning prayer daily over the public announcement system. In this important role, the students read about the Saint of the Day, lead the Pledge of Allegiance, and wish birthday greetings to other students.
    Remotely, this role was not lost! Each student has rotated through the weeks and written about their assigned "Daily Saint" for an English short writing assignment. They have explored the saint's life, works, and importance. A few examples of the "days" are included here.  
    Thank you to our eighth graders for your continuing leadership!  We love you and we appreciate your devotion to our faith and our community!
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  • Thank You Letters to Our COVID Heroes!

    Posted by Siobhan Murphy on 5/26/2020


    During the last nine weeks, the students and teachers have done their part by staying home to flatten the curve and lessen the impact of COVID-19.
    We remain in the comfort of our homes while others, risking their lives, are on the frontlines during this pandemic.
    In a short writing assignment, the middle school students expressed their gratitude, show their support, and give encouragement to nurses, doctors, medical workers, and all essential workers who are keeping our country supplied with necessities.  Examples of some of the letters are above.
    Over the next few weeks, we will personally thank all our SJS community members who are on the frontlines. God bless them all!
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