Entries by Saint James School

Charity Pictures

Over the break, please remember to send in pictures of you and your children participating in acts of charity (send them to info@saintjamesschool.net).  We will be putting together a fun compilation to share with the Saint James Community.

Read Across America Dress Down

Saint James School will join schools across the country in honoring Dr. Seuss’ birthday and the Read Across America initiative on Friday, March 1st.  In addition to some special reading activities that day, March 1st will also be $1.00 Dress Down for students and staff.  Proceeds from the dress down will benefit Catholic Charities’ Family […]

SJS Summer Camp 2019!

We are excited to announce that that the Saint James School Summer Camp Program will be back for Summer 2019!  Like last year, the program will run from the end of school through the last full week in July with SJS teachers and staff running the sessions. Our Saint James School Summer Camp is available […]

Returning Family Registrations Due Next Friday

Returning family registration paperwork for the 2019-2020 school year is due next Friday.  If you need another copy of the files, please e-mail Amy Guenther at aguenther@saintjamesschool.net.  If your child/ren are in Pre-K through 7th grade and will not be returning to Saint James School next year, please complete THIS FORM and send it to […]

Soles4Souls: Donate Unwanted Shoes

Saint James School is participating in a town-wide effort to collect gently used shoes to donate to Soles4Souls.  Please consider taking some time during this upcoming (long) weekend to sort out any shoes that your family has outgrown.  All types of shoes, sneakers, etc. are being accepted.  Click HERE to watch a video regarding the […]

Middle School Dance

A middle school dance will be held at Saint James School on Friday, March 1.  Attire for this dance is casual/standard attire. Saint James School students attending the school dance are asked to bring the following items: 6th graders & Ms. O’s homeroom: individually wrapped snacks (no peanut products please) 8th graders & Mrs. Wolpert’s […]