We look forward to welcoming many of you this evening at Parent-Teacher Conferences. Your timeliness in keeping your appointments is appreciated!




Would a guest to your home know that you are observing Lent? During Advent, folks might see an Advent wreath displayed. Lent is not meant to be showy, but we all need reminders to help us focus. The website below tells how to create a Lenten space at home. It’s simple and powerful. One of the messages we live during Lent is that we need help for we are sinners. Perhaps we need a reminder like this at mid-Lent. Spring break might be the perfect time to create this Lenten space in your home.





Best of luck to P.J. McLeod, SJS Geo Bee champion!  With the win, P.J.qualified for the Illinois State  Geo Bee on March 29 in Normal Illinois! This time around he will be competing for a top prize of $1,000 cash and a trip to Washington, D.C. for the National Championship.






March 21 – Parent/Teacher Conferences

March 22 –  NO CLASSES, Faculty Retreat

March 25-29NO CLASSES, Spring Break

April 1 – Classes Resume

April 1 – Pizza with a Purpose

April 5 – All School Mass, 9:00

April 8 – 12 ASPIRE Tests, Gr. 3-8

April 9 –  FSA Meeting. 7:00

April 10 – School Council Meeting, 7:00

April 11 – Special Lunch

April 12 -All School Parent Led Mass, 9:00


***REMINDER***  School is not in session Friday, April 19 (Good Friday) through Wednesday, April 24. School resumes on Thursday, April 25. This is due to the Office of Catholic Schools mandating all schools attend the NCEA conference on April 23 and 24.


Thank you to our teachers who continue to upgrade their skills to improve classroom life for SJS students!




Best wishes to Mrs. Ellis who celebrated a special birthday this week! May this year be a sweet one for you!


Calling all Parents!

Friday, April 12th at 9am is the Parent Led Mass. Please consider being part of something very special! The kids absolutely love seeing their parents participate. Please use the link below for more details and to sign-up:




FSA Meeting:  April 9 at 7pm





Mrs. Long is offering a unique opportunity to explore a science topic that sparks interest in many and is not found in the science curriculum at school. Incoming 5th-8th graders this summer will explore fingerprint, hair, DNA analysis, chromotography and more!!  CLICK HERE for more information and registration on how to be a Crime Buster!




Calling all current Kindergarten and First Grade students! Are you up for a challenge this summer? Come join Miss Tambling and Miss Lollino and participate in STEM Challenges! CLICK HERE for more information and registration.