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  • Weekly Newsletter – October 28, 2018 From the Principal’s Desk

    MISSION STATEMENT Rooted in Catholic faith, and committed to academic excellence, St. Joseph Catholic School

    develops personal responsibility, character, service, and leadership

    St. Joseph Carnival – 10 Days and Counting


    Have you signed up to volunteer to complete your family volunteer hours? Every family is required to complete 5 volunteer hours in preparation for the Carnival, or, during the carnival. These hours help toward the 20 volunteer hours required for the year. Yes, you may complete most or all of your 20 hours during the Carnival. Sign up to volunteer at or by going to our school website ( and choosing the Volunteer link on the right side of the webpage. Don’t forget to get your Pre-Sale Tickets. Pre-Sale prices are not offered once the Carnival begins. Pre-Sale Ticket Advantages:

    • Discounts for Carnival ticket packages • Glow bracelet for all students in the family to wear to school to support the Carnival • St. Joseph Catholic School receives the highest percentage of sales on the Pre-Sale options.

    (Once the Carnival begins, we get a lower percentage on ticket sales)

    Yard Signs and Discount Coupons are in the school office Please assist us in getting these out in the community – Volunteer hours are offered for those assisting in putting up signs around our city or delivering discount coupons to businesses.

    Students – Remember:

    • Glow bands may be worn each day until the Carnival. Students receive the bands when pre- sale tickets are purchased.

    • Carnival t-shirts may be worn to school on the Thursday of Carnival week, during the Carnival, and on Spirit Days the remainder fo the school year.


    St. Joseph Catholic School

  • Please Support Our Carnival Sponsors

  • All proceeds from this event support our Guardian Angel Scholarship Fund.

  • Mark You Calendar! Save The Date!

    PTO Meeting – Monday, November 5th at 8:15 am

    The Next PTO Meeting will be Monday November 5th at 8:15 am in the St. Joseph Room. The main Topic of Discussion will be the CARNIVAL. There will be a Sign Up Genius Reminder Coming Soon! Looking forward to seeing you there! SJCS PTO Board


    Monday: • 7:45 am Cardinal Mooney HS meeting with Parents of 8th Grade Students • 8:45 am 8th Grade Trip Planning Meeting – Parents of 8th Grade Students • 3:00 – 5:00 pm Odyssey of the Mind • 3:00 – 4:00 pm Choir Practice • 3:00 – 3:45 pm NO JUNIOR LEGION OF MARY THIS WEEK • 3:30 – 4:30 pm Little Pro Soccer • 3:00 – 4:00 pm Cross Country Practice

    Tuesday: • 3:00 – 5:00 pm Basketball 3-on-3 (Teams have been assigned, shirts have been

    ordered, and registration is now closed) • 3:00 pm Intermediate Guitar • 4:00 pm Tennis Pro Academy at G.T. Bray Courts


    • 3:00 – 4:00 pm Beginning Guitar Thursday:

    • 8:00 am Holy Day Mass – All Saints • Following Mass Grades 4 & 5 - Breakfast with the Saints • 3:00 – 5:00 pm Basketball 3-on-3 • 3:00 - 4:00 pm Irish Dance (Class is filled) • 3:00 – 4:15 pm Intermediate Guitar • 4:00 – 5:00 pm Tennis Pro Academy at G.T. Bray Courts


    • Spirit Day – Spirit Shirts with uniform shorts, slacks, or skorts. • Kona Ice During Lunch Recess • 2:00 pm Builders Club Meeting

  • St. Joseph Catholic School Hot Lunch Order

    October 29 – November 2 (One order per student)

    Student: Homeroom: Grade:

    Monday 10/29 Shepherd’s Pie $3.50 Garlic Bread Broccoli with Cheese Carrots with Dip Rosy Applesauce Milk and Juice

    Tuesday, 10/30 Corn Dogs $3.50 Seasoned Carrots Baked Fries Pineapple Tidbits Milk and Juice

    Wed., 10/31 Chicken Dippers $3.50 Garlic Breadstick Cheesy Refried Beans Mini Romaine Salad Cinnamon Applesauce Treat: Candy Corn Pudding Milk and Juice

    Thursday, 11/1 Hot Dog $3.50 Carrots with Dip Cherry Tomatoes Strawberries Ice Cream Milk and Juice Friday, 11/2 Pizza $3.50 Corn Fresh Veggie Cup with Dip Sidekicks Frozen Fruit Dessert Milk and Juice TOTAL (Charge to FACTS)

    Parent Signature:

  • First Quarter Honor Roll Honors Mass – November 14 – 8:00 am

    Principal’s List 90% or higher average All subjects Geremy Avila-Gonzalez Kimberly Chambers Rocco Estigarribia Heaven Francois Isabella Hackney John Hall Catherine Johnson Morgan Kemp Cooper Kolbe Serafina Colonneso Kimberly Grana-Pumarol Sienna Bell Kaela Herrington Kaya Hogue Sophia Ierulli Claek Keyvani Camden Lawrence Michelle Lupescu Emily Inman Joshua Ogline Grace Widdifield

    Honors 80% or higher average All subjects Rylee Belville Christopher Desfosses Ben Herrington Olivia Ierulli Dylan Jones Anya Kaye Ella Lester Paul Lupescu Ashley Martinez Emma Minor Gavin Monteforte Paulette Nava Calabia Isabel Rabines Nathan Reed Becket Smith Luke Sweeney Maya Sweeney Adelaide Trichter Ryli Bautista Anthony Costello Katelyn Minor Finn Norton Cristina Peterson Max Powers Valerie Rettig Soleil Rojas Bendli Thony Matthew Andrade Djoudly Auguste Michael Brunette Laura Lopera Carlos Martinez Olivia O’Connor Madison Ogline Hailey Thompson Luigi Ferrari Lane Kolbe

    Jesus Ramirez Brady Winters Joseph Colonneso Abigail Dunston Wagner Isabel Estigarribia Kaiyle Lacy Alessandro Rincon Dominic Berardi Nicholas Curci Perla Pelegrin Grace Pino Crystal Struening

  • Highlights from Last Week

    Halloween Bash

    Students enjoyed visiting the Mad Scientist Lab, playing games, eating treats, and being with their friends. (More photos are posted on our School Website at

  • Florida Theatre – Write a Play Program

    Students in Grades 4 & 5 attended the stage play “Peter Pan” at the Florida Theatre in Sarasota, as the first part of this year’s “Write a Play” program. Students will be attending stage performances, writing plays, and sharing their creative works during the year. Grade 3 will attend the play on October 30th and will be participating in the same program.

    Summerfield – Halloween Cheer Mrs. Woodall’s first graders made their own t-shirts and visited the residents at Summerfield Assisted Living Center. The children sang a variety of Halloween songs and then shared cookies and juice, thanks to the Summerfield staff and residents.

    Irish Dancers – Weekend Performances Thank you to Miss Fiona and Irish dancers who performed this weekend at the Celtic Festival and the Trinity Harvest Festival. These young ladies have been learning so much this year.

  • SJCS Cross Country Team is Having a Great Season

    Thank you to their coaches and parent volunteers.

    Little Pros Soccer had a Great Start Staff and volunteers are teaching these young players soccer skills and teamwork.

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