Holy Cross Math Competition
Congratulations to our students (8th Graders: Cameron O’Connor, Gabiella Ignacio, Eric Knudsen, John Knudsen, 7th Graders: Caitlin Chiu, Maxwell Dalton, Ryan Mullins and Kate Uffer.)who competed in the Holy Cross High School Math Competition held in Delran, NJ. Four of our students qualified in the top 16 for the Individual Lightening Round: Gabiella Ignacio, Kate Uffer, Eric Knudsen, John Knudsen. We are extremely proud of our 8th Grade Team who placed FIRST in the TEAM Competition against 15 other schools.
Scholastic Olympics Champions for the Second Consecutive Year!
Saint Joseph Grade School seventh grade students participated in the Scholastic Olympics Competition sponsored by Monsignor Donovan High School. Our team, again this year, won first place in Division 2 and won first place overall in a tie competing against 16 local Parochial and Public Middle schools. Individual medals went to:
Mathematics: Caitlin Chiu GOLD
Science: Katherine Uffer SILVER
Social Studies: Justin Juanillo SILVER and Christian Cmur BRONZE
English: Isaiah Ulep BRONZE
Spelling: Maxwell Dalton GOLD and Patrick Maguire BRONZE
Technology: Michael Scolaro BRONZE
Music: Fiona Trahan GOLD
St Rose Scholastic Bowl Champions!
SJGS Named Saint Rose High School Scholastic Bowl Champions! Congratulations to our outstanding 7th and 8th grade academic team who won first place at the 10th Annual Saint Rose High School Invitational Scholastic Bowl held Monday, October 28th at St. Rose High School in Belmar. Students from 10 Catholic Schools competed in nine academic areas: Religion, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Geography, Current Events, English, Spelling and Spanish. SJGS individual students won in the Math, Science and English categories. Each of the nine student's score was them tabulated to come up with a total team score. The Saint Joseph Grade School Team won First Place for the entire event. Congratulations to our students. This is the second year we competed in this competition and it is the second time we placed First!
Summary of Self Study Report
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Parent Access Link
Parent Access will open on September 18, 2013. All parents of children in grades 3-8 have access to Parent Access, our online program that gives parents the ability to view their children’s grades. If we have a current email address for you then you received an email from Genesis, our database provider with your user name and password. If we do not have a current email address for you please call the main office and speak to Mrs. Doran to update your email address. Her phone number is 732 349 2355 x 2002. Mrs. Doran will then notify the Diocese and Genesis will send you your credentials.
If you FORGET or LOSE your password please call Mrs. Doran in the main office at 732 349 2355 x2002. Please do not call the Diocesan office for this information. The individual school is the only one who knows their parents and the Diocese cannot give out that information. This protocol is in place for the protection and privacy of the parents and students.
St Joseph Grade School is pleased to present this opportunity to you so you may have a window into the teacher’s grade book.
John Hopkins Talented Youth
John Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth Congratulations! SJGS is proud to announce that this past Wednesday 133 students or 25.5 % of those tested went home with letters stating that they qualified for the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) based on the Terra Nova Scores from last March. To qualify for the Talent Search, a student must score in the 95th percentile or higher on a reasoning section of a nationally-named test or have state test results categorized at the highest levels of performance (such as advanced, distinguished, exceeds, or honors). Acceptable types of tests or subtests include those that look for reasoning. In the verbal category subtests include reading, reading composite, vocabulary, context and analogies. Math subtests include math composite, math quantitative and sequencing. Students can also qualify through the total score and in the science and social studies section. CTY is a leading national center for academically advanced K-12 learners. CTY identifies advanced academic talent in young people and then develops that talent so students maintain high academic standards for themselves throughout their school years. Participation in CTY can open up new resources and a new peer network for academically minded young people worldwide.
John Hopkins CTY Honors SJGS as Top School
We’d like to share some good news with you. Saint Joseph Grade School is a “Top School” for the state of New Jersey in the 2009 Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth Talent Search.
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