News and Announcements

  • December 23rd, 2021

    A SJS Tradition: We Celebrate Las Posadas Read Article

  • December 7th, 2021

    Mother Elaine Announces the 1st Trimester Honor Roll 2021-22

    Mother Elaine Moorcroft, S.C.M.C., Principal of St. John School has announced the names of the following students as honor roll students for the 1st Trimester marking period for the 2021/22 academic year.  Honor Roll - 2021/22 - 1st Trimester Read Article

  • December 6th, 2021

    Catholic Schools Week and the Saints

    Catholic Schools Week at St. John School was a wonderful experience. The students did a variety of activities, and throughout the week they collected food items for the Sisters’ food pantry in Baltic, Ct. The focus of the week was on the saints and the importance of learning from their example.  The eighth graders began the week with a prayer service. Each… Read Article

  • December 1st, 2021

    SJS Students give their Spiritual Support to Diocesan Seminarians

    During National Vocation Awareness Week, all students at St. John School had the opportunity to write a note/letter to one of our Diocesan seminarians, in order to show their support and prayers.  We are grateful to our seminarians for following God’s call and pray for them as they continue their studies and discernment to the priesthood.  {{widget type="photos" name="slideshow" album_id="111" width="470px"… Read Article

  • November 22nd, 2021

    Congratulations to the participants in the "Confident Junior Communicators" Public Speaking Program

    Congratulations to the SJS students who participated in the recent “Confident Junior Communicators” (CJC) program offered this Fall as an after-school program for St. John School students in Grades 6-8. St. John School was once again honored to work with the public speaking program, Roquita Johnson Public Speaking. As many know, St. John School prides itself in promoting public speaking to our… Read Article

  • November 15th, 2021

    St. John School Celebrates "Nurse Nancy Day"!

    Wednesday, November 10th was a bittersweet day for St. John School students, faculty and staff, as our wonderful nurse, Mrs. Macleod would have her last day before retiring.  After working for twenty-one years, Mrs. Macleod, or as many lovingly called her “Nurse Nancy” had become not only our school nurse but a mentor, role model, friend and member of our school… Read Article

  • November 12th, 2021

    St. John School Celebrates New England Catholic Schools Week!

    St. John School looks forward to celebrating New England Catholic Schools Week starting on Monday, November 15! The school has an array of activities planned for students to participate in. Please see the program below. Stay tuned as we take a look back at the activites.  Read Article

  • September 28th, 2021

    St. John School Featured in Four County Catholic Newspaper

    In case you missed it!    St John School was the featured school by our Superintendent in the recent Four County Catholic. Please see the article as it also appeared in the Diocesan weekly newsletter.   If you would like to subscribe to the weekly newsletter it is free. Here is the link- Read Article

  • June 11th, 2021

    SJS Spring Concert 2021 - dedicated to Fr. Greg. Congratulations!

    This years SJS Spring Concert (virtual) is dedicated to Fr. Greg and his 25 years in the priesthood. We thank God for Fr. Greg and for his love, support and dedication to St. John School. Congratulations Fr. Greg! Thank you also to Mrs. Hurlburt for her continued dedication to our music program and for her creation of the virtual concerts - we… Read Article

  • June 4th, 2021

    Congratulations to the SJS Bands on their recent Spring Concert!

    Congratulations to the SJS bands on their recent Virtual Spring Band Concert. We are so proud of you for your accomplishments this year. You have shown much dedication and resilience in another different year. Due to the pandemic, the SJS cadet and advanced bands under the guidance of music teacher and band director, Mrs. Hurlburt looked a little different this… Read Article