News and Announcements

  • November 23rd, 2020

    Thanksgiving Guidance (Covid) from Principal, Mother Elaine ~ A Thanksgiving Prayer

    Dear Parents and Guardians,  We are truly grateful for your extraordinary efforts to keep our school safe during the pandemic.   Your careful consideration and willingness to work with us has had a significant positive impact on our ability to stay open. Thank you, parents and guardians.  I also want to thank our local business owners and community at large for… Read Article

  • November 18th, 2020

    St. John School Celebrates New England Catholic Schools Week 2020

            New England Catholic Schools Week 2020 - November 17-20 We are excited to celebrate New England Catholic Schools Week(CSW) 2020 in-person at SJS. While different, like many things this year, it still is our chance to remind the world and each other, what we love and cherish about our school. Our activities may be slightly different… Read Article

  • November 12th, 2020

    St. John School Students Remember our Veterans

    Instead of the traditional Veteran's Day ceremony at St. John School, individual grades participated in projects in their cohorts to honor Veterans. The middle school students wrote letters and mailed a class photo to Veterans to thank them for their service. Many of the students wrote to family members or close friends. These dedicated people have either served in the… Read Article

  • November 10th, 2020

    Principal, Mother Elaine & SJS Students Thank the SJS Charitable Foundation

    THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!     The Saint John School Foundation has been an approved 501(c)3 Charitable Trust since 2014.  Its mission is to support our school with funds for tuition aid and periodic special projects.   In this challenging time of COVID-19, our children must have all the tools possible to learn in a variety of possible settings - in… Read Article

  • October 16th, 2020

    Spotlight on Grade 5: Virtual Field Trip & Meology

    by Mr. Borden, St. John School Grade 5 Teacher   The 5th grade is definitely an exciting place to be.  On September 29th, Russ, who heads the environmental programs at Meigs Point Nature Center, brought the Three Ecosystem field trip into our classroom via Zoom.  For an hour the students learned about the salt marsh, the rocky shore, and the sandy… Read Article

  • September 16th, 2020

    Mr. Borden, our 5th Grade Teacher Honors Those Who Lost Lives on 9/11

    Please see the following poem, “The Day the World Changed”, written by our new 5th Grade teacher, Mr. Robert Borden. It honors those who lost their lives on 9/11. Welcome Mr. Borden to St. John School - we are blessed to have you at our school! The Day the World Changed Read Article

  • September 3rd, 2020

    St. John School Welcomes Students Back in Person!

    As students arrived back to St. John School this week on Tuesday, September 1st, even with masks on, it was evidently clear that they couldn’t hide the enthusiasm and happiness to return. St. John School, like most schools, was closed for over 5 months from March 13th, due to the COVID-19 pandemic,  The school is holding in-person learning only this… Read Article

  • July 31st, 2020

    Employment Opportunities for 2020-21 Academic Year (Math Teacher/Substitute Teachers)

    Is God calling you to teach Mathematics at your local Catholic elementary school?  Saint John School is looking for a creative and enthusiastic person to serve as the middle school Math teacher. We are looking for a team player with an appreciation of developmental characteristics of middle school students and strong Math skills to join a strong faculty. Responsibilities would… Read Article

  • July 10th, 2020

    Principal, Mother Elaine & Bishop Cote Announces School to Open In-Person in the Fall

    Dear Parents,    Great news!    Our Bishop has informed us that St. John School (and all Catholic Schools in the diocese) will be having in-person classes beginning this fall. Please see his letter below.   Since my return from retreat, I have been working hard to ensure that our school building is safe for the return to in-person classes.… Read Article

  • June 25th, 2020

    Mother Elaine Releases Statement from SJS Teachers - Dedicated Commitment to Students/Families During Pandemic

    While we do not have a decision yet on how our return to St. John School will look like in the Fall or next year, I would like to share a statement released recently by our teachers. Not surprisingly, it shows the commitment of our dedicated teachers to educating each and every student at St. John School to their fullest potential during this… Read Article