Because EVERYONE knows you can’t spell PASTA without MrP!!! FC teaming up with Stanziales to serve pasta,sausage,meatballs,bread,salad& soft drinks.
FC serving & cleaning the whole night as we honor Steve Pavlick who is leaving the St. James School, Stratford family for warmer weather !
$10 adults $5 kids. Family / buffet style dining ..
Come join us Monday November 3rd from 9-5pm & please spread the word!
St.James School Fathers Club
We are placing a brick walk in the area in front of the Gymnasium where the children enter the school.
The brick walk is for a fundraiser for much needed books for our school. The walk will continue to produce money for books every year as new families join our family and others graduate into the world.
We hope to pay off all bricks and installation in the first year, but we need your help. We need you to buy a brick for your family, and ask friends of St. James to buy bricks. Every year a new class will be placed next in line in the walk, and will forever be a part of the school.
Bricks are 4×8 inches with all capital letters painted black. Each brick will have three lines for sixteen characters per line. This includes spaces, commas, and ampersands (&). Please leave spaces after commas, periods, and before and after ampersands.
There will also be 3 crosses offset in a different color in the walk (see attached diagram here: brickwalk_crosses_memorial). The crosses will have memorial bricks of loved ones of yours who have passed and those who worked at or attended St. James and have passed.
The cost of the bricks are $50.
You may pay using several methods: PayPal, Check, and Cash.
Please click here to order your brick today!
Congratulations to Caeley Ott (Grade 7) and Stanley Yarmoussik (Grade 8) on winning the South End Community Center and Stratford Library – Teen Services Department’s annual Black History Month Contest and Celebration for ALL Stratford students in grades 6 – 8!
The Stratford Library mentioned that out of over 300 submissions from the Stratford schools, Caeley placed 1st for the 7th grade and Stanley placed 1st for the 8th grade! Stanley had a swim meet and was unable to attend the actual ceremony, but Caeley kindly read his essay for him as well as her own.
Essay 1: Write an essay about any African American past or present (both famous and not so famous) and why you think that he or she should receive the Nobel Peace Prize.
Essay 2: Write an essay about any African American past or present (both famous and not so famous) and explain why you would like to grow up to be like that person.
Essay 3: African Americans have been depicted in many wonderful fiction books written by African American authors. Read a Young Adult Fiction title such as those listed on the back and imagine that you are one of the African American characters in the story, how would you relate to the same difficult situation that the character faces and why.
Poem: Write a poem about an African American person or a special event in African American history.
Art: Create a drawing or an original piece of work about an African American person or a special event in African American History.
JOIN US ON OCTOBER 18th AT ORONOQUE COUNTRY CLUB IN STRATFORD – PLAY FOR A PURPOSE!
There is a 25.00 discount for any Alumni who mentions this post when registering!
St. James School Drama Club proudly presents William Shakespeare’s
MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM. May 4 at 7pm and May 5
at 3pm in the school gym directed by Dean Kyburz. Tickets are $5 and
can be purchased at the door the day of the performance.
Kathleen is enjoying Bunnell High School. She was on the swim team in the fall and is enjoying having art class every day! In case you missed it, her poster was selected by the Diocese to grace the cover of the pamphlet for the Annual Bishop’s Appeal. There was also an article in the Fairfield County Catholic for which she was interviewed.
Elyse just loves Notre Dame. She wakes up every day happy to go to school. She is in the high honors program and has attained “high honors” status for the last two marking periods. She played on the school’s volleyball team last fall and will be receiving an award at the upcoming sports banquet.
Yesterday at St Joe’s, Matthew was awarded the RPI medal for outstanding academic achievement in Math & Science