Monthly archives: November, 2015

Social Studies Honor Society Honors Veterans

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St. Josephs paid tribute to all veterans in a special Veteran’s Day Assembly held on Wednesday, November 11. Hosted by the school’s National Social Studies Honor Society, Fr. Jeremy Von Wodecki, who also serves as an Army Chaplain, opened the assembly with a prayer and several Boy Scouts led off with a Posting of the …

Junior Dreams of Film School

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by Mark Matlock The creative world of theater and movies has been with SJCS junior Davie Marchant since she was a little girl. “I would be a different character every day,” says Davie, “ranging from Princess Leia to Ariel to made-up characters.” That creative mind has now blossomed into film with Davie’s short “The Dinner …

Boy Scout Dreams of Path to Priesthood

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by Mark Matlock A pergola in disrepair, a change in direction and good old-fashioned hard work has turned into an Eagle Scout badge for senior Alex Foley. “Originally, I had plans to do a project in the school courtyard,” said Alex, who turns 18 on Dec. 20. “But then the plans for the courtyard were …

Writer Dreams of Turning Hobby to Career

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by Mark Matlock Since the 7th grade, SJCS junior Gabrielle Grayson has taken her writing seriously. It was a creative writing assignment that turned the light on for Gabrielle. “It was then I started to uncover my love for manipulation of language,” said Gabrielle. “My absolute favorite type of writing is short stories.” One version …

Fine Arts Impress During First Semester

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The SJCS Fine Arts program continues to blossom with every child involved in some type of Fine Art education. Each of the disciplines has had an impressive and active year, so we’d like to take an opportunity to applaud their success! Theatre The theatre students recently performed The Curious Savage. When Ethel P. Savage‘s stepchildren …