Social graces were demonstrated by our Kindergartners as we celebrated in the classroom a meal together. Our work on etiquette in preparation for the holiday included greeting our host; setting a complete table; seating ladies at a table; and serving food. Ambient lighting and dinner music provided the perfect backdrop for our thankful celebration.
Congratulations!! SJS Robotics team NovaShock is one of ten teams going to the RI State Championship tournament on January 16th! Only ten of the 17 teams present at Saturday's qualifying tournament advanced, and NovaShock scored well enough in their Project Presentation, Core Values Interview, Robot Design Interview, and Robot Game Competition to secure one of the coveted spots. There's more information at the SJS Robotics webpage here: http://nbreault.weebly.com/sjs-robotics.html
Congratulations to team NovaShock! Our other team, EagleStorm, will have their qualifying tournament on December 12th.
God Bless Mr. Woodmansee
Today we are grateful and filled with appreciation for our new principal, Mr. Woodmansee. In his short time with us he has inspired us all to learn, dream and become more. Encouraging us to strive for the extraordinary and readying us for God’s design as we take our place in this world.
Our prayer for you, Mr. Woodmansee:
May God continue to let your eyes see the great work happening around you, your mouth be filled with encouragement & praise, your heart be open for the caring of EVERY child in our whole school, your ears for listening carefully to the words of students, teachers & parents, your hands ready for applauding, your clever mind for finding the BEST teachers and making the right decisions for our great school, your feet be steadfast and ready for walking around thinking “THIS is an AWESOME place to be!”! God Bless you, Mr. Woodmansee because he has already blessed us with you.
#blessings13 …We are so blessed to share in playful imagination and watch how it transforms into so much more…Our kindergarteners develop oral language skills as they share and dictate stories to the teachers on Mondays. The elements of stories include characters, settings, problems and conclusions, it develops as the stories are acted out in a very special way.
Fridays are Campfire Story Days in kindergarten. The lights are lowered and a log of "flickering candles" creates the ambiance for theatre. A campfire song is sung, hands are warmed by the log and marshmallows are toasted. That delicious toasted marshmallow is popped into our mouths and we are quieted for the story to evolve as the actors take center stage.
#TBT Prek 2002-2003...Juniors and Seniors in high school now! Be sure to visit our alumni page and fill out the information form. We want to know what you're up too!! Every Thursday is Throw Back Thursday. Message us pictures from your glory days here as an Eagle. Are you proud to be an Eagle? Please tag your friends too!
Hakuna Matata! What a wonderful phrase…It means no worries for the rest of your days. In the Circle …The Circle of Life, St. Joseph School is thrilled to announce this year’s annual whole school production of Disney’s Lion King Jr.
Sadly, we have to wait to see our kings and queens of the stage until April 8 & 9, 2016 at the West Warwick High School. You will surely feel the love those nights!
Audition information will go home soon. Until then… Hakuna Matata!
Drawing by: Leah P., grade 1