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Principal's Message

Greetings! You may have found your way here and are reading this message for many different reasons. I hope you will find the information we have gathered and included here in our website helpful in your search. I invite you to contact our school office if you need additional information or answers to questions we have not covered. If you are looking for a good school for your child/children, I would like to take this opportunity to share a few thoughts with you.
 
Let me begin by saying, if you are here because you are considering the value of an investment (no small amount these days) in a private Catholic elementary school for your child/children, you have already encountered a daunting choice. Is is worth the cost? In the end, only you can answer that question for your family, but I would like to share some information that may help you with that decision. From data gathered over the years by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, we do know that… “A Pre-K through 12th grade Catholic school student is more likely to (or very likely to):
 
Advance further, faster academically.
Receive individual attention.
Make a difference in the world.
Strive for personal excellence.
Practice their faith as adults.
Earn a college scholarship.”
Substantial data exists to support these claims. If these are things you want for your child, you have several very good choices in our area. While we compete on some level, all of the Hamilton/Fairfield-area Catholic elementary schools offer a great value. Each family has to make a choice regarding the school that is the best fit for them. So, why St. Joe’s?
 
I could give you my reasons in the usual, unavoidable “principal speak,” but I find it more valuable and credible to share with you some reasons that come from our families who have made their decisions and have chosen to become and remain part of our St. Joe’s family. I encourage you to read on and learn from them: Why St. Joe’s?    
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5K Jog N Jam Reminder!

Our 9th Annual Jog N Jam T-shirt Registration deadline is upon us. Final day for Registration to get your free t-shirt is Tomorrow, April 18th! All paper registrations must be received in the school office by the end of the school day or if registering online it must be completed by midnight. Any registrations received after this time will still be eligible for race day festivities they will just not include the shirt. Even if you can’t attend the race this is a great fundraiser for the school and the shirts can be worn as part of the gym uniform for students or as Spirit wear for families. So please help us make this fundraiser a success by registering today!



Thanks,

SJCS Jog N Jam Committee

150 years and still running!

Live Stations of the Cross

All parents and grandparents are invited to join us as the Eighth Grade class presents Live Stations of the Cross on Thursday, April 18 at 8:00 a.m. in the school gym

SJCS Jog N Jam Registration

The 9th Annual Jog N Jam is scheduled for Saturday 5/11/2019. Registration packets came home with the youngest family member. There are various prizes and incentives that will be offered to students this year. It is very important to look over the registration packet. If you need additional paper copies you can call the office at school or visit http:// stjoesjognjam.weebly.com/ to print more. You can also go to www.registrationspot.com. To guarantee a shirt you need to be registered by April 17, 2019.

Piggiest Raffle Tickets available now

SJCS is again participating in the Cincinnati Flying Pig Marathon Piggest Raffle!

$5 a pig, purchase at www.piggestraffle.com – Choose St. Joseph Consolidated School as your charity and take a chance to win:

1st prize- $5000 to winner and $5,000 to the charity for which it was purchased.

2nd prize- 2 year lease on Toyota Prius

3rd prize- Cincinnati Experience (Getaway Weekend valued at $1500)

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