SJCC welcomed ten new members to their National Honor Society Chapter. These students not only meet a minimum grade point requirement but show the following characteristics of outstanding Character, Leadership and Community Involvement. They were inducted after dinner in the school cafeteria by the current members of the Chapter. Inducted were Seniors: Cameron Wasson & Marco Zaragoza Juniors: Travis Cook, Brooke Foster, Dan Hammer, Karleigh Kirsch, Mike Kuss, Katie Magnuson, Nick Magro and Ben Wonderly.
Tricia Reinhart was selected as the October Rotary Student of the Month.
St. Joseph Campus
The 5th grader students are learning about Newton's Third Law
of motion with balloon
rockets! They are testing the theory “for every action there is an opposite
Sacred Heart Campus
In Mrs. Hansen’s third grade, Father Eric had discussed the Sacred Heart of Jesus in his homily so we were looking at the statue of Jesus and talking about the meaning of his homily.
The students artwork in extended day were on display down at the area business for the farmers market.
In Mrs. Paxson’s class, students were asked to write a short play about Little Red Ant and a new character:
By: Brienna Price, Second Grade, BHCS
Little Red Ant asked deer if he was the strongest of all and deer said no moose is stronger than me. So little Red Ant asked moose if he was the strongest but moose said I am not the strongest of all. He said spider is stronger than me. When he sees me he always bites me. Here he comes. So little Red Ant asked spider if he was the strongest of all he said he was not the strongest of all. He said that people were stronger because they squish him. Here they come. People came on stage and Little Red Ant asked if they were strongest of all and they said no Jesus is the strongest of all He has the power to wash away our sins.
We are counting down the days until “SCRIPT OHIO”!
The field is striped and the students are practicing for this epic event! See you at Don Paul Harman Field on Wednesday, November 5 at 1:30!!
First Quarter Superintendent Letter