St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Academy
will have a special dress down day
Wednesday, April 5th, 2017
to raise awareness about Autism.
We are asking for a $2.00 or more donation and we ask that students wear something blue.
All proceeds will be donated
The Marist Brothers Center at Esopus
Please visit the websites below for more information:
Congratulations to the following students who will be performing in the New York City Catholic School Honor Band Concert in April:
Melanie Aragon – Grade 8
Frank Papa – Grade 6
Roisin Walsh – Grade 8
These students represent the ‘Best of the best’ musicians from our area schools. Congratulations!
A BIG thank you to grade 4 for collecting supplies and donating them to Sean Casey Animal Rescue.
They also made the sign above for their window. What a wonderful way to help the community!
Students in grade 8 who have been taking the Algebra I prep course this year will be taking the Regents test on Wednesday, June 13 at 1:15 pm. Students are required to stay a minimum of two hours for the test.
The passing grade is 65%. For the past 2 years we have had 100% passing rate with a score of 65% or higher.
However, parents should be in touch with their child’s high school to see what grade the school will accept in order for the student to move on to Algebra II as a freshman. Every high school has a different grade they will accept in order for this to happen. It is the decision of the high school.
Students need to bring black pens for the test. Calculators for the test will be provided but if a student wishes to use their own they may. Cell phone calculators are not allowed.
March 15, 2017
This letter is a reminder that we are in the process of re-registration for the 2017-2018 school year. Re-registration forms have been sent home and we are asking you to respond as soon as it is possible. The re-registration fee will be $250 per family after March 31st, $200 before that date. Current families will be assured a seat for their child for next year if they register by March 31st. After the March 31st date, registration will be opened for new families and classes will be closed as we reach a thirty student capacity.
As we go forward with our plans for next year, it is important to us for budgetary purposes to know as early as possible, our rate of re-registration. Our recent Open House was well attended and we have many new families who have expressed a strong desire to register their child for next year. Thank you for your attention to this matter, and please call the school office if a new re-registration form is needed.
Please fill out and return to the office if you are not returning next year.
Student: _____________________________________ Current Grade: _________________
________ We will not be returning to SJWCA next school year, 2017-2018.
Reason for not returning: _________________________________________________________
Parent Signature: _______________________________________________________________
Ms. Hickman will be leaving us to embark upon an exciting new employment opportunity.
We wish her well and thank her for her dedication to the Music program.
Our replacement teacher will be Mr. Hanrehan. We welcome him to our Academy.
Ms. Hickman’s last day with us will be March 23rd.
Due to unsafe conditions, school will be closed again on Wednesday, 3/15.
Report cards are still scheduled for Thursday, 3/16
We are now accepting Visa, Discover, and Mastercard credit cards for tuition payments.
Please come in to see or call Mrs. DeBernardo to set up your account.
Lawmakers are expected to enact a state budget by the end of March and, once again, they are considering a program to help families pay for tuition at Catholic elementary and secondary schools. While there is considerable support for the initiative, there are those who strongly oppose offering any support to our tuition-paying families. Please take a moment to urge Governor Cuomo and legislators to help families pay for Catholic school tuition by including Education Tax Credits or a similar program in the enacted state budget. Time is of the essence. Send the editable message below to your legislators.
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Join us as we march in the:
42nd Annual BROOKLYN ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARADE
SUNDAY MARCH 19th, 2017 – 1:00 PM
9:00 AM Pre-parade Mass at Holy Name of Jesus Church
12:00 Noon: We will assemble on Prospect Park West
(between 9th Street & 15th St.- Look for our school banner!)
12:45 PM “Re-Dedication Ceremony” to the Heroes & Victims of 9/11
WTC At Prospect Park West & 15th Street, before Parade “step-off”
From 15th Street & Prospect Park West – Down 15th Street to 7th Avenue – Along 7th Avenue – To Garfield Place – Up Garfield Place To Prospect Park West – And Along Prospect Park West To 15th Street
Please fill out and return to the school office by: Monday, March 13th.
BROOKLYN ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARADE (send to office)
|Students who attend will receive a N.U.T. card!
We will be marching with SJWCA
Family Name: ____________________________________
Student Name & Grade: ____________________________
# of people attending: __________________