Saint Joseph Parish School
St. Joseph Parish School in Cuyahoga Falls, OH, is a Catholic elementary school for grades preschool through eighth. 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. Through its CYO program, students are able to participate in a complete sports program.
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Important START-OF-SCHOOL Info for our Preschool, PreKindergarten, & Kindergarten Families
Preschool/PreK and Kindergarten “drop-in” for the children and parents is on Wednesday, August 23. Please "drop-in" any time between 8:30a.m. -10:30a.m. with all of your student’s supplies. For the 23rd, please park in the main lot and enter as well as exit through the main school entrance. Ms. Gobrogge will be happy to buzz you in the building.
Preschool/PreK start will be discussed at Parent Back-to-School Night on Thursday, August 17 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm.
Kindergarten children will attend one of two staggered entrance days -
- Children of families with last names beginning with letters A - L will attend on Thursday, August 24 from 8:30 - 12:00 noon.
- Children of families with last names beginning with letters M - Z will attend on Friday, August 25 from 8:30 - 12:00 noon.
- *Pick up on the staggered day - Park in the lower lot by the gymnasium and meet Mrs. Haubert and your child at the doors at noon.
ALL kindergarten students will attend school on Monday, August 28 for their first all day session of the 2017-2018 school year.
Ready to Register? Want to Schedule a Visit?
Call 330-928-2151 or Complete the online form
Registration for the 2017-18 School Year
Grades 1 through 8
Come and See What Saint Joseph Parish School has to offer:
Weekly Mass ● 1:1 Chromebooks for grades 7 & 8 ● Technology Lab & IPads for all grades ● Science Lab ● Music Classes ●Beginner & Advanced Band ● Art ● Foreign Language ● Physical Education ● After Care ● Extracurricular Activities & Clubs ● CYO Sports ● Gifted Classes ● Learning Center including Tutoring, Speech Therapy, Early Intervention, & Guidance Counselor
Complete Registration Request Form or contact 330-928-2151 for more information
JOSEPH PARISH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL
FOURTH QUARTER 2016-2017
Isabelle Bailey, Sophia Bailey, Gabe Budzowski, Olivia Coffman, Grady Davis, Miranda Herbele, Taylor Jansky, Alex Kerr, Rae Marino, Colleen McIntyre, Reese Nichelson, Ally Obney, Meghan Ponyik, Laura Sarafian, Erika Schmitt, Sara Streett, Hannah Whitestine, Mary Zackasee, Kara Zaucha
Isabella Caston, Isabelle Coffman, Tommy Conway, Scott Filipczak, Paiton Hagen, Nick Herbele, Tori Johnston, Cooper Jones, Cameron Kelly, Veronica Lynch, Zander Maher, Eden Nichelson, Evan Rowan, Brooke Shook, Mary-Caitlin Snock, Lena Sprinzl, Ben Stapleton, Matthew Valdez
Sydney Bechter, Joseph Bee, Jacob Bennett, Vincent Chen, Joseph Conti, Dylan Feisthamel, Logan Feisthamel, Owen Herrick, Gabi Huryn, Kristina Martucci, Jocelyn McAninch, Nicholas Melchioris, Mary Kate Murray, Shelby Postlewaite, Peter Schmitt, Haleigh Schulda, Ryan Sharp, Ethan Sinor, Joelle Valdez, Dominic Vallee, Paula Zuckett
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!
CSW HIGHLIGHT: Students and Fr. Jared Raise $1,100 Through Duct Tape Challenge
St. Joseph Parish School Principal Mrs. Carrie DePasquale draws the name of a student to see who gets to throw a whipped cream pie at Pastor Father Jared Orndorff. Fr. Jared agreed to be duct taped to the wall and take a whipped cream pie in the face to raise money for Louisiana Disaster Relief, one of Akron-based HALO Foundation's major campaigns.
To raise funds, St. Joseph students donated money to receive a casual day, purchase duct tape strips, and buy a chance to throw a pie. Students also donated to sign their names on a banner that will be given to the Flight 93 Memorial, another HALO Foundation campaign,when the 8th Grade students visit Washington D.C. in the spring. Student efforts raised $1,100. Each month, Saint Joseph Parish School partners with a local charity to raise funds for that charity's mission.
“There’s never too much and there’s never enough”
Celebrating Advent: Learning of the Jesse Tree
Preschool through grade 2 found a beautiful Jesse tree in the cafeteria at the start of Advent. Each day they review the meaning of Advent. We plan, prepare, and pray, which all start with the same "p" sound as the color "p"urple! We sing the "Light the Advent Candle One" song with motions, learn about the Jesse tree ornament of the day, and are learning the Jesse tree song. We are all having fun with those motions too!
Pictured Left: Principal Carrie DePasquale teaches students the Jesse Tree Song.
Student Council Collects 600+ Items for Food Bank
St. Joseph Student Council is again celebrating a successful Food Drive. Thanks to the generosity of our families and students we were able to raise $775, over 600 hundred food items, and 5 turkeys! After the students checked expiration dates and organized the food, the donations were all sent to Blessed Trinity Church Food Bank in Akron. Blessed Trinity provides food bags each month to over 70 households in need and holiday food baskets. This wonderful contribution will help to fill those bags for several months! May God bless all who made this possible!!
Celebrating the National Day of Peace
St. Joseph students worked together to tie prayer ribbons in recognition of the National Day of Peace. The students wrote individual prayers for peace in their classrooms then added to the visual display to spread peace to all those passing by our campus. The students also engaged in several moments of silent prayer to make a greater connection for world peace.
Complete Registration Request Form
or contact 330-928-2151 for more information
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
Office HoursMonday - Friday: 8am-3:30pm