St. Joseph Parish School - Home of the Falcons
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Conveniently located off State Route 8 Exit 5 (Broad Blvd.), St. Joseph Parish School is found in the third block on Broad St. in Cuyahoga Falls, just five minutes north of Akron. A Catholic elementary school for grades preschool through eighth, the school allows children to not only learn and grow in academics but in faith and as children of Christ. St. Joseph’s offers several community service projects throughout the year to teach empathy and compassion for others. It's mission is to proclaim the Gospel message of Jesus Christ, and help students apply that message in their daily lives while growing in faith, knowledge, and stewardship.
Named a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, Saint Joseph's offers classes in traditional subjects as well as art, music, band, physical education, Spanish, and technology. The curriculum includes X-STREAM learning integrating content subject areas, allowing the opportunity for Problem/Project Based Learning, and hands-on discovery across all grade levels. Through its CYO program, St. Joseph students are able to participate in a complete sports program.
HONOR ROLL - THIRD QUARTER 2017-2018
Rogan Allen, Cecilia Bailey, Sophia Bailey, Joey Bee, Gabe Budzowski, Olivia Coffman, Thomas Conway, Paiton Hagen, Tori Johnston, Cameron Kelly, Colleen McIntyre, Jaden Merideth, Reese Nichelson, Grace O’Dell, Meghan Ponyik, Erika Schmitt, Haleigh Schulda, Sara Streett
Vincent Chen, Nicholas Herbele, Taylor Jansky, Logan Leenheer, Veronica Lynch, Zander Maher, Kristina Martucci, Jocelyn McAninch, Todd McMullen, Eden Nichelson, Elena Rizzo, Madison Serdinak, Amaya Siders, Hayden Tanner, Grace Whitestine, Mary Zackasee
Emma Ariyajasingam, Katelyn Bailey, Alyssa Colvin, Grady Davis, Dylan Feisthamel, Grace Freiman, Justin Herdlick, Gabi Huryn, Cooper Jones, Riley Jones, Alex Kerr, Connor Maxwell, Nick Melchioris, Ally Obney, Gabby Podlogar, Ryan Sharp, Megan Snock, Ivan Spangler, Hannah Tondra, Joelle Valdez, Matthew Valdez, Tristan Watson
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!
Students Construct More than 60 Easter Baskets for Summit County Childrens Services
St. Joseph Parish School students gathered items to create more than 60 baskets to be distributed through Summit County Children Services for Easter. St. Joseph works with Summit County Children Services every year on this worthwhile project. Pictured with the baskets they constructed are (front row l to r ) Nick Herbele, Kya Epps, Ryan Sharp, Haleigh Schulda, Paiton Hagen, (back row l to r) Joe Bee, Annika Nichols, Nick Melchioris, Joe Conti, and Zack Reed.
Celebrating the Feast of Saint Joseph
On Monday, March 19 St. Joseph Parish School students celebrated St. Joseph Day in honor of its patron saint. Students attended a special mass in St. Joseph's honor. Just as St. Joseph proclaimed his faith through actions instead of words; students created a traditional St. Joseph Table to do the same. The table contains a statue of St. Joseph, flowers, candles, breads and sweets.There are many legends about people who prayed to St. Joseph in time of famine, and miraculously they were provided food.
With their St. Joseph Table, students raised $150.75 for St. Bernard's Hunger Center, and donated 50 loaves of bread to the Walsh Jesuit Labre program and 135 individual snack/cracker packs to Blessed Trinity Food Pantry.
Students Make a Big SPLASH Raising Awareness and Money for LLS
Throughout Catholic Schools Week, Saint Joseph students participated in many activities to raise awareness and money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS). They listened to a LLS rep at an assembly, had a dress down day, put on a Penny War, and raffled off chances to soak the pastor (Fr. Jared Orndorff), the principal (Mrs. Carrie DePasquale), and the X-STREAM science teacher (Miss Megan Fearon). The students brought in so many pennies, we are still counting to come up with the total money raised! As of 2/5/18, the students surpassed their $750 goal with $1,000 in donations alone.
SECOND QUARTER HONOR ROLL 2017-2018
Rogan Allen, Sophia Bailey, Olivia Coffman, Paiton Hagen, Taylor Jansky, Cameron Kelly, Zander Maher, Kristina Martucci, Colleen McIntyre, Jaden Merideth, Grace O’Dell, Meghan Ponyik,Erika Schmitt, Sara Streett, Hayden Tanner, Mary Zackasee
Emma Ariyajasingam, Cecilia Bailey, Joey Bee, Gabe Budzowski, Vincent Chen, Thomas Conway, Grady Davis, Grace Freiman, Nicholas Herbele, Tori Johnston, Logan Leenheer, Todd McMullen, Nick Melchioris, Eden Nichelson, Reese Nichelson, Elena Rizzo, Haleigh Schulda, Madison Serdinak, Amaya Siders, Hayden Tanner
Katelyn Bailey, Alyssa Colvin, Joe Conti, Justin Herdlick, Gabi Huryn, Cooper Jones, Riley Jones, Alex Kerr, Veronica Lynch, Kara Marino, Connor Maxwell, Jocelyn McAninch, Mary-Kate Murray, John Myers, James Olds, Aiden Pitz, Emma Reiter, Ryan Sharp, Megan Snock, Hannah Tondra, Joelle Valdez, Matthew Valdez, Dominic Vallee
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!
Thank You for Celebrating with Us
Published: December 24, 2017 - 9:53 PM | Updated: December 25, 2017 - 1:09 PM
STU Crew Brings Christmas Pageant to Danbury Woods
The Saint Joseph Parish School STU Crew (aka Student Council) made time to bring some holiday cheer and goodwill to the residents of Danbury Woods Assisted Living and Retirement Home in Cuyahoga Falls. The students put on a Christmas pageant complete with Christmas carols, instrumental solos, dance duet, and stand up comedy. Afterwards the students socialized with the residents, praying with them and wishing them a Merry Christmas. Appeared on pA23 of the Cuyahoga Falls News Press 12/31/17. press release & photos
Students Make Christmas Cookies for Homeless
Saint Joseph Parish School students understand Advent is a Season of Service as they made cookies for the homeless to be distributed through Four Corners Outreach, Salvation Army, and St. Bernard's Hunger Programs. Pictured is fifth grader Amaya Siders decorating cookies. Appeared on page A19 of the 12/24/17 edition of Cuyahoga Falls News Press and on page A13 of the 12/17/17 edition of Stow Sentry. press release & more photos
St Joseph Partners with Walsh Jesuit on Labre Projects
St Joseph Parish School Partnered with Walsh Jesuit High School earlier this month to assist with the Labre Project, a ministry to the homeless. St. Joseph students from all grades made & packaged bologna sandwiches to be distributed to Akron's homeless. press release | photo gallery
Home & School Donates $7500 to Raise the Roof Initiative
St. Joseph Home & School Association President Shelly Zackasee (right) presents Fr. Jared Orndorff, pastor and Carrie DePasquale, principal with a check for $7500 for the Raise the Roof Initiative. The Home & School Association is the parent organization that works to build community and fundraise for various school needs. Raise the Roof is an ongoing effort during fiscal year 2018 to beautify the St Joseph Parish Campus including new roofs on most of its buildings. The goal is to raise $200,000 with this initiative. To date, more than $30,000 has been raised.
St Joseph Parish School Readers Beat the Heat with Ice Cream Social
Avid reader Nathan Booker is treated to an ice cream sundae for his participation in Saint Joseph Parish School’s Summer Reading Challenge. Students who elected to participate had to read a required number of books during their summer break to be invited to the social. The number of books was dependent on the student’s grade level. 88 students were eligible to attend.
Rock the Red & GO TRIBE!
St. Joseph Parish School Receives $30,000 from Blue & Gold Committee for Chromebook Initiative
In August, Blue & Gold Committee members (R to L) Pete Feisthamel, Melissa Ruegg, and Kristin Domonkos presented Principal Carrie DePasquale and Pastor Fr. Jared Orndorff with a check for $30,000 to pay for phase 1 of St. Joseph Parish School's 2017 through 2019 Technology Initiative which includes creating a 1:1 for grades 6, 7, & 8 as well as creating chromebook work stations for grades 3, 4, & 5. For more info on the Initiative, click on the link below.
New Additions to Dress Code
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Belief Statement: We believe all children can learn and should be taught in a safe learning environment. We believe that all children should be given the opportunity to be taught with a variety of instructional approaches to support their learning and to empower children to become confident, life-long learners. We believe students need to apply their learning in meaningful contexts. We believe a student’s self-esteem is enhanced by positive relationships and mutual respect among and between students and staff. We believe parents are the first educators of their children; however, parents, teachers, administrators, and the Church community share the responsibility for preparing the children to be productive members of the Catholic Church and society.
School Info1909 Third Street
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
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School HoursMonday - Friday 8:30am to 3:15pm