Third grade students were surprised (and excited!) to come to come back from lunch to find their two classrooms transformed into “Reading Cafés” – each with a roaring fireplace (on the smartboard), decorated tables, and their teacher dressed as a maître d’. This special lesson
The annual Saint James School Soirée & Auction is our largest fundraiser of the year and a great adults-only event to celebrate the awesome community we share while raising money for our school! The event will take place on Saturday, March 28th from 7:00pm – 11:30pm, in what we are calling The Saber’s Den (our school’s gymnasium, transformed for the event). This year’s theme will be 60’s Beach Party! Attendees are welcome to come in their favorite 60’s Beach Party attire (but please know that beach attire is not required to attend).
In keeping with tradition, attendees of the Soirée will have the option to participate in the live and/or silent auctions and purchase raffle tickets for the class baskets.
All proceeds from the event will benefit Saint James School. There will be delicious food from Highland Park Market, a cash bar from Lucky Taco, a hula hoop contest, and – of course – A WHOLE LOT of fun!
Invitations and RSVP cards are being sent home with students this week so please check their folders!
If you would like to volunteer at the event, donate an auction item, or help us solicit donations, please contact parent volunteer chair Erin Daley at firstname.lastname@example.org. Information on sponsorships can be found here: 2020 Soiree Sponsorship Form
The 2020 Soirée artwork was beautifully designed by Alessandra and Miles Maull (who won this honor at last year’s event).
As you may recall, each month Saint James K – 8 students study a different virtue as part of their religion classes. Today during the Rosary…
Here are some pictures of our Pre-K students enjoying their morning…
There will be a Middle School dance this evening, February 7th at Saint James School from 7:00-9:30pm. Please remember, students must bring the completed permission slip and the $5.00 entrance fee with them to the dance. The permission slip and additional information can be found HERE. The attire for this dance is CASUAL (Jeans MAY be worn – the attached permission slip is updated to reflect this).
6th Grade and Mrs. Wolpert’s class should bring packaged snacks to share;
8th Grade and Mrs. Grondin’s class should bring water bottles.
Here are a few pictures from our fun Blue & Gold Pep Rally on Friday afternoon. Special thanks to the teachers who played in the 8th graders vs. staff basketball game!
Recently Saint James School was invited to be featured on Better Connecticut with Scot Haney!
Congratulations to the winners of this year’s Saint James School Zaner-Bloser National Handwriting Contest (for Kindergarten – 2nd grade). The winners will now be submitted to the State level: