Student Volunteer Contract
2. Student Volunteer Registration
3. Student Volunteer Quick Reference Guide
4. Adult Volunteer Registration
5. Childrens' Registration Letter
6. Childrens' Registration
7. Childrens' Medical Release
Thank you to the Blue & Gold Committee, St. Joseph Parishioners, and School Families for you generosity at this year’s record breaking Blue & Gold Gala.
The event raised $41,371.00
Top Ten Reasons to Choose Catholic Schools
In challenging economic times, why should parents choose a Catholic education for their
children? The National Catholic Educational Association asked its executive committee
members to give their responses. Here are their top ten reasons.
Catholic elementary and high schools offer:
1. Catholic tradition and academic excellence in a community grounded in a common faith
2. Balanced curriculum including art, music and fitness
3. Emphasis on moral development, service to others and leadership skills
4. A 99 percent graduation rate in Catholic high schools
5. Strong preparation for further education
6. Safe and disciplined environment
7. Exceptional faculty who help students reach their highest potential
8. Individual attention in a caring community
9. Commitment to technology use to enhance education
10. Good stewardship of resources
CONGRATULATIONS DR. NUGENT!
National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) Honor Recognizes Educational Leadership and Commitment to Excellence
ARLINGTON, VA - Dr. Patricia Nugent, principal of St. Joseph Catholic School in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, received the 2013 Distinguished Principal Award from the NCEA for outstanding leadership of elementary education.
Dr. Nugent was honored during a ceremony at the NCEA annual convention April 2-4 in Houston, Texas.
In her 22 years as principal at three schools, Nugent has always worked "to provide the students with a strong academic and faith community," she said. "The essence of a Catholic school is the development of the whole child - a well-rounded person who is self-confident, self-disciplined, open to growth, responsible, and an active and productive future citizen."
Read the complete NCEA news release
Student Achievements...Past and Present
Former student Michael Morell (class of '72) has been appointed Deputy Director of the CIA.
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