Our parish chapter of the St. Vincent de Paul Society is collecting food again this year to create Thanksgiving baskets. Please place non-perishable food items in the food barrel next to the school library. Donation deadline: Monday, 11/23/15 @ 8:30am.
Dan Clark '13, St. John's graduate and Justin-Siena High School Junior, is coordinating a "Soles 4 Souls" shoe drive. Bring in new or used shoes to drop into the barrel next to the library. ALL types and quality of shoes will be accepted.
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We are completing our repairs to damages sustained in the 8/24/14 Napa earthquake and ask for your patience as our contractors work their magic. Soon, our historic building will be sparkling with beautiful new paint, additional earthquake reinforcements, and other improvements that will enhance our incredible school.
Don't miss this festive, parents-night-out event on Saturday, December 5. For $40, enjoy food and festivities to support our amazing school! Stay tuned for unique, exciting auction items and our delicious menu. Sunday, December 6, bring your kids for a yummy pancake breakfast.
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Searching for a faith-based, small school for your children? Look no further! St. John the Baptist Catholic School offers BIG advantages for students entering Transition Kindergarten through 8th grade. Join us at our upcoming Open House. Prospective Transition Kindergarten or Kindergarten Students are invited to participate in a "Preschool Playdate".
It's almost that time again! The Christmas Parade is onSaturday, November 28, 2015. This year's theme is: "It's a Holly, Jolly Christmas". We need supplies and help to put together our fantastic float! Interested in organizing our float? Let Mrs. Garcia know asap: email@example.com.
And....don't forget to join us for the parade on Saturday, 11/28 at 5pm. Wear red! We will not know our meeting location until the day of the parade. As soon as we have our spot, we will post the location on Facebook and our website.
St. John the Baptist Catholic School has committed to class sizes that will not exceed 25 students. In a collaborative conversation between the administration, School Council, and Faculty, we have formalized our belief that class size matters and that small schools have big advantages.
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For students in grades 3rd - 8th.
Homework Hour will be held Mondays, Tuesdays, Full Day Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 3:15pm - 4:00pm.
Featuring: Dreamworks "Home"
6pm in the school library
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All parents and 6th-8th grade students are invited to an educational presentation on digital citizenship. Join us at 6:30pm in the Library on Thursday, 11/19.
We are excited to be offering lunches provided by Choicelunch beginning August 31, 2015. Click for details.