A Brooklyn Christmas Story

Students enjoyed a performance by Stages on the Sound Noel: A Brooklyn Christmas Story. The story was infused with history and religion. The kids had a great time while learning! 

 

Check out our New Mascot!

St. Joseph the Worker has made its final selection of their mascot choices. Students voted for their favorite mascot on Election Day. Lions won by far. 

A special thank you to a 5th grade parent, Mrs. Kennedy, who designed the face of our Lion.

 

PreK 3 Classroom

 

Thank you to our wonderful parents for their kind donation of new playmats in Mrs. Gorman’s classroom. They really brighten up the space! 

3rd Grade Animal Habitat Dioramas

We sure have some creative 3rd graders! Take a look at this diorama project with a written component that explained the habitats of the animals they have been studying in science. 

 

Bishop Dimarzio Visits

 Today Students met with Bishop DiMarzio and Father Sean to discuss vocations. Students were interviewed by the Tablet and CNT about thier experience. Stay Tuned to your local providers https://netny.tv/

Thanksgiving Food Drive

Today students will attend prayer services to mark the beginning of our Thanksgiving Food Drive for the food pantries of Immaculate Heart of Mary and Holy Name Churches.

The pantries are in need of the following items:

Peanut butter
Jelly
Cereal boxes/bags
oatmeal
mixed fruit cups/cans
tomato sauce
crushed tomatoes/ pasta
saltine crackers
 
Anything donated is greatly appreciated!
 
Below are some pictures of the prayer service and of the speeches our Student Council candidates gave today.  Thanks to Fr. Cashman, Pastor of St. Mary Star of the Sea for celebrating the prayer service with us.
 

Our Halloween Walk-a-thon was a great success!

Students at St. Joseph the Worker had a great time at our annual Halloween Walk-a-thon fundraiser!

Money raised will be used to purchase Chromebooks and new technology equipment for the classrooms!