With the new continuous learning plans being put into place, it might be a little overwhelming at times. Please remember that communication is the key. If you are struggling, to understand something, reach out to someone…a friend, parent, or teacher! We are ALL trying something we’ve
It’s been quite a couple of week. We are ready to start something new with you! Your teachers should be in contact with new continuous learning expectations and opportunities to see and speak with them online. Here is a little video to share how we all feel. Take a couple minutes and check it
On Thursday, March 12, SHOJ students and staff participated in our first All School Serve day to benefit Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas. Each grade level had a specific project from putting together sniffle bags, coffee bags, and food bags, to volunteering at Turn Styles, and the Catholic
SHOJ Middle School students performed “Little Red Robin Hood” on Tuesday evening. During the 3rd quarter, these students put together sets, learned lines, and put together a memorable performance under the guidance of Ms. Hart and Ms. Jakuboski. They did an amazing job! The rest
We celebrated the end of the 2nd quarter with an assembly. We recognized students who participated in CYO sports, students who earned top grades and made the Honor Roll, and even had a friendly competition between middle school students and members of the staff! The students won…this time.
A huge Thank You! to all who attended our Brown Bottle Benefit Auction this year. Our success as always, depends on you and all the volunteers who made the event possible. Our Fund a Need this year is new playground equipment. If you have not had a chance to help out yet, it’s not too
We celebrated the end of the first quarter of the school year with an assembly. Students were recognized for their participation in fall CYO sports, VBF raffle tickets were drawn to select winners in our VBF competition, and the entire student body participated in a rousing game of Heads or
Yes! Chicken Baseball! Never heard of it? Well, ask a middle school student at SHOJ and they will tell you all about it. From passing a rubber chicken over head and then through the legs, to running around a group of people as fast as you can, the action is fast and furious! The Middle
SHOJ students and parents brought their pets to school Friday morning for the annual Blessing of the Animals. The fact that is was the coldest morning of the school year so far, did not keep pets away. Many dogs and even a bunny and a mouse were in attendance!