Monthly archives: June, 2014

Getting to Know the Knight’s Circle

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The SJCS Knight’s Circle is the athletic booster club wherein its mission is to support athletes and coaches for all sports.  The goal each year is to raise funds through memberships and concession sales to obtain items outside the school’s athletic budget such as athletic equipment and facility enhancements.  We are truly grateful to all …

Inscape Literary Magazine Debuts Volume III

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Volume 3 of Inscape, the school’s literary magazine, was recently mailed home to 2,000 homes! This year, to feature the work of St. Joseph’s best poets, the Inscape staff began a new tradition and instigated the Inscape Poetry Contest. All high school students were invited to anonymously submit their best work, and the response was fantastic! Inscape editors read all 55 entries …

Club Helps to Fight Global Hunger

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On Saturday, April 5th, the school’s Stop Hunger Now Club held a meal packaging event in an effort to fight global hunger. Led by faculty moderator Shawna Fesler, nearly 50 students and several parents gathered in the morning to pour, weigh, pack, and seal dehydrated meals under the guidance of the Stop Hunger Now Charlotte …

Alumni Receive Care Packages

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The Advancement Office once again sponsored their semi-annual care package initiative to help college-enrolled SJCS alumni cope with the pressure of final exams. High School Advancement Representatives filled boxes, which were mailed to alumni whose parents provided current college addresses, with a variety of treats and a personal note for each student, praying for their …

Tradition, Love, and Family Take Center Stage in Spring Musical

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St. Joseph’s Fine Arts Department presented their spring musical, Fiddler on the Roof from April 4th-6th. This was the school’s second retelling of the classic story in celebration of the fifteen years of excellence in St. Joseph’s Fine Arts program. The students worked diligently to make sure their characterization was just right, and the crew perfected the …