All-School Gingerbread House Making is “Sweet” Event
When a school has 270 pounds of frosting on the ready in December, there is good reason to suspect that something big is happening. When 40 pounds of Skittles and marshmallows, 20 pounds of gumdrops, and 110 pounds of graham crackers are added to the equation, it can only mean one thing: St. Joseph School’s […]
Students Honor Legacy of Msgr. Paul Cook
In an all-school assembly on Monday morning, each grade celebrated the tremendous legacy of Msgr. Paul Cook, pastor of St. Joseph Parish and an integral part of the lives of SJS students during the past 37 years. From the first grade’s rendition of “You Are My Sunshine” to the fifth grade Irish blessings and the […]
Student Council Tradition Continues for Little Sisters of the Poor
Every year the St. Joseph School Student Council organizes a school collection of much needed items for the Little Sisters of the Poor for their work at St. Martin’s Home in Catonsville. Once again, the generosity of the SJS families and the delivery of these goods continues to be a wonderful start to the Christmas […]
Thursday mornings mean sandwiches for Our Daily Bread
It’s before school on a Thursday morning so that means it’s sandwich making time in the MPR. Thousands of sandwiches are made every year at SJS to benefit Our Daily Bread.