Archive | October 2015
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-Matteo B., 8th grade Mets 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Royals 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 In the World Series, the two teams that have risen to the top above their divisions are the New York […]
StJP’s fourth grade entered the Goosebumps Design-A-Monster Contest with Scholastic. Each student had to draw a spooky monster and then write a paragraph describing why it was the spookiest. The grand prize is a Halloween Party and a 30 minute Skype session with Goosebumps’ author R.L. Stine. -Brendan Jolly, grade 4 My spooky monster’s name […]
-Eamon F., grade 7 In addition to all of the changes happening here at St. Joseph the Protector School, the 7th graders have an additional, important event; they will receive their Confirmation this year. Since Confirmation is the final step in becoming fully initiated into the Catholic Church, it is very important that we all receive this sacrament. […]
Creative Classrooms is a column featuring the work of StJP students in grades 4-8. Our “classroom beat” reporters contact the Language Arts teachers, who select works for publication. Look for this feature on a regular basis. This month features a combined Language Arts and Social Studies assignment. -Amanda W., grade 5, special to The Daily […]
-Matteo B., grade 8 In July, the StJP community welcomed our new principal, Mrs. Dawn Perry. Every day, StJP students witness Mrs. Perry teaching us something new, or even simply teaching us discipline. She has many things planned for our school, and has revealed to The Daily Protector some of her goals for making our school even […]
-Megan M., grade 5 Over the summer, StJP installed a new science lab. It is in the old Spanish room where Señora Puccini used to teach. Our school received a grant from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia for the lab. Recently, The Daily Protector had a chance to talk to Ms. FitzGerald, who is in charge of the […]