‘Tis the Season….All Year ‘Round

-Isabelle K., and Jamie K., grade 4 (Editor’s note: In an article building exercise at a recent staff meeting, these reporters responded to the prompt given below.) The holidays are not perfect for everyone. Some families are living in difficult situations. StJP students have worked together to reach out to five of these families this […]

StJP Celebrates Christmas

–Sara S., Ava G., and friends On Tuesday, December 20th, about eighty members of the StJP music program will perform their annual Christmas concert at 7 pm in Father Fitzpatrick Hall. The highlights of the program include “Funky Old Saint Nick,” performed by the Jazz band, “Angel’s Carol” sung by the chorus, featuring beautiful solos by […]

Calling All Reporters and Editors!

Are you a StJP student in fourth,fifth, sixth, seventh, or eighth grade? Do you like to write? Do you want to share the news about StJP with our community? The Daily Protector needs your ideas and writing skills! Last year, our team of students grades four and up posted over forty articles in a variety […]

StJP Class of 2016 Mural

(Photo courtesy of Mrs. Terry Heinz) Joining the work of the class of 2014 and 2015 is the new mural created by our current eighth grade. This recent StJP tradition features the design work of the students, challenging them to create a mural that reflects the individuality of the class. Once the design is selected […]

Creative Classrooms: Fun in the Sun

In ths fifth grade Social Studies projects, students had to describe being a tour guide in Mexico. Since their last assignment was on Greenland, the writers had to transition from Greenland to Mexico, and later in the essay, compare the two countries. -Meghan M., grade 5 Uncle Steve and I had a great time in […]

Creative Classrooms: Visting Greenland

In a fifth grade Social Studies projects, students were to design a powerpoint presentation with embedded links on the country of Greenland.  -Megan M., grade 5

Creative Classrooms: Character Comparision Essay

In a recent fifth grade Language Arts assignment, students were asked to compare two literary character they met in their reading anthology.  -Mia MacDonald, grade 5                                                          Hsiang-Ling […]