With God, All Things Are Possible!
check out the NEW WEBSITE : https://stjosephdlnd.com/school
March 16- School closed to community, due to Coronavirus.(COVID-19) Preparing “Distant Learning”
tips-for-distance-learning (April 15, 2020)
May 8, 2020 Newsletter Highlights: What’s Happening?
Click on to register: (ASAP) After School Activities Program 2020-2021
Preschool or K-8th grade Registration- Please register as soon as possible and feel free to share with family friends and colleagues who may be interested.
click on: Preschool REGISTRATION Form 5 day /half day option for preschool next year full, contact Mrs. Clouse for questions. Still available 5 day whole day. 2 day and 3 day half day.
click on: K-8 REGISTRATION Form
click on: Daily Morning Prayer – Tues – Thurs 9:00am
click on: St. Joseph Church-Mass on facebook
May 13 *Science Fair Celebration (after morning prayer) *May 13 Priests Visits on Zoom 2:00
May 15 Mass on Facebook at noon
June 19 The raffle! We will have carry-out meals and the drawing on Facebook Live! Please make sure you sell your tickets. This is a huge fundraiser for our school. We brought in over $30,000 profit for our school last year.
Our Race has been postponed until Fall 2020.
MATERIALS TO RETURN TO SCHOOL
Please start to gather materials and check in the next newsletter for additional items to collect. Preschool and Tiny Disciples – none
Kindergarten through 8th grade – Chromebooks and charging cords and any library books
Kindergarten – book bags and books
Grade One – backpack reading bags and books
Grade Two – hard covered reading book, backpack reading bags and books, rulers
Grade Three – reading book, Reading Adventures reading books
Grade Four – hard cover reading textbook, soft cover reading book, Reading Adventures-Museum Wonders, 4 ND STUDIES softcover booklets: Explorers and Fur Trappers and Traders, Joel, the Story of a Fur Trapper, Settlement of North Dakota, and The Declining Years, some have old hard cover reading book
Grade Five – check back in next newsletter
Grade Six – Journey Reading Texts, Wrinkle in Time novel, Bible, Rosary
Grade Seven – English textbook, Esperanza Rising novel, Bible, Rosary
Grade Eight – Freak the Mighty book, ELA textbook
We will have all school material drop off on Tuesday May 19. Please use the following schedule:
A-K will drop off from 9:00-11:00 L-Z will drop off from 11-1:00
Please only send one parent in the school and follow the staggered schedule. No child will be allowed in the building and no parent will be allowed past the entry. If you have children in the car or are not feeling well yourself, call the office and we will run your child(ren)s materials out to your car. (662-5016) See the second page of the newsletter for a list of materials to return.
March 30, 2020 letter to St. Joseph and St. Mary Academy community. (google docs)
sj news March 24, 2020 (google docs)
How to share images of homework (google docs)
March 17 letter to St. Joseph and St. Mary Community click for emailed letter March 17 -(google docs).
Chromebook checkout form no longer available- please contact Mrs. Clouse.
Our computer System User Agreement applies to Chromebook use outside of our school building. At this time the exception will be that any site deemed necessary by St. Joseph or St. Mary staff for the continuing of education is allowed. For example Facebook, for those at least 13 years old, used for educational purposes.
St. Joseph School Network & Computer System User Agreement
St. Joseph School information network and computer systems are defined as information systems owned and operated by the school as well as other information systems to which the school provides access. The primary purpose is to support and enhance teaching and learning. With the rights and privileges of network access come certain responsibilities. Failure to adhere to them may result in the loss of network or computer privileges. These responsibilities include the following:
- Joseph School network shall only be used for educational purposes. The use of Social networking is prohibited by students. Social network includes email, twitter, facebook, myspace, etc.
- Use of the network for any illegal or unauthorized activity is prohibited. Such activities include use of the system to obtain, store, display, print, submit, or publish inaccurate information of objectionable material. Objectionable material includes but is not limited to: those that encourage use of tobacco products, alcohol, or controlled substances; that encourage toleration of promotion of discrimination towards individual groups based on race, sex, religion, or age; that are in violation of the teaching of the Catholic Church.
- Use appropriate language. Profanity or obscenity will not be tolerated on St. Joseph School System. All users should use language appropriate for school situations.
- Students knowingly accessing or bringing prohibited materials into the school environment may be subject to suspension and/or the termination of their privileges on the school’s system.
Student materials are to be picked up on Monday, March 23. Please only send one parent in the school and follow the staggered schedule below. No child will be allowed in the building and no parent will be allowed past the tables in the hallway. If you have children in the car or are not feeling well yourself, call the office and we will run your child(ren)s materials out to your car. (662-5016)
A-K will pick up from 9:00-11:00
L-Z will pick up from 11-1:00
Please email Michelle if you did not receive the email that was sent out on Wednesday morning. Michelle.Clouse@
New Policy: Office Sign In for visitors.
If your child has forgotten an item and you bring it- please drop it off in the office- the school staff will get it to the child..
If a parent needs to talk to their child during the day- the office staff will call the child to the office.
St. Joseph School admits students of all races, creeds and national origins to all privileges, programs and activities generally accorded to or made available to students at this school. Further, St. Joseph School does not discriminate on the basis of race in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship programs, discipline policies, or other school related programs.