Apr
10

HELP SUPPORT OUR SJCS FAMILIES, COMMUNITY PARTNERS

As a result of the recent guidelines and restrictions being implemented over concerns related to COVID-19, we know many of our families in the food and hospitality industry, as well as other businesses, are being heavily affected. As a community, we stick together and help to support each other. If you own a local restaurant […]

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Apr
9

SJCS HOLY WEEK PORCH-CAST

What do Hulk Hogan, the Pope and Joseph Conrad have in common? Tune in here as Father Duncan and Mr. Lewis share some thoughts on Holy Week in this time of pandemic and quarantine. Make sure to check out the YouTube video description for resources to help your family live this special time together.  

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Apr
8

SCIENCE CLASS ENGAGES IN SCAVENGER HUNT

Mrs. McLucas’ Environmental Science Class took part in a goose chase scavenger hunt Wednesday. The students were divided into four teams and had to find and take photos of a variety of subjects, such as bird feeders, spiders, water, renewable energy, reptilia, trees and wildlife homes. They received 100 bonus points each time they put […]

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Apr
8

SJCS GRAD ELLEN WILLIS TALKS ABOUT HER WORK IN MOVIES

On Tuesday, Ellen Willis, a 2013 SJCS graduate, visited Mrs. Collins’ photo class and spoke about her journey through the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU all the way to working for Disney on “Frozen II.” Ellen is currently the script coordinator for a new Disney movie called “Raya and the Last Dragon.” She […]

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Apr
7

ISHAN LAL SHARES COVID-19 MESSAGE WITH HS STUDENTS

As the current Youth Governor of the state, SJCS junior Ishan Lal is required to encourage fellow high school students during this difficult time. Here is his message regarding the COVID-19 pandemic that he shared on his official Youth Governor Instagram: My fellow high schoolers, my fellow South Carolinians, my fellow Americans, I hope that […]

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Apr
6

SEE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION FLYOVER TONIGHT

Tonight there will be an incredible opportunity to observe the International Space Station fly over your house! Homework for all Mr. Ryan Koon’s classes is to try and get a picture, so he made a short video explaining how to spot the station. “I promise it’ll be the coolest thing you’ll see all day or […]

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Apr
2

MRS. PALMER INITIATES VIRTUAL COFFEE TALK HOUR

In order to stay in touch with her Household girls, SJCS World History Teacher Mrs. Marla Palmer decided to start a “Red Rose Ladies’ Virtual Coffee Talk Hour” this morning. “I plan to do this regularly, at least once a week,” she said. “I begin a Zoom session and invite my girls to come and […]

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Apr
1

ROAD TO THE SCHOOL IS NOW SMOOTH SAILING

What a difference! The road up to the school was recently paved. No longer do you have to turn from Laurens Road onto St. Joseph’s Drive and begin navigating your way through all the potholes in front of Carmax. Thanks to all the workers who paved the way for a smoother ride!

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Mar
31

VIRTUAL EVENT WITH SCOTT HAHN SET FOR APRIL 4

Catholic theologian Scott Hahn will share his message, “Hope for Hard Times,” live in a Virtual Event from 8:45 AM-12:30 PM on Saturday, April 4. Hahn had been scheduled to speak at the JP II Center on May 4, but the event was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The April 4 event will be […]

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Mar
30

SJCS TEACHERS GET CREATIVE WITH VIRTUAL LEARNING

With online learning the new normal at SJCS through April, teachers are becoming creative with the way they connect with students. Computer Science Department Chair Mrs. Jennifer Collins had a guest lecturer in her photo class. Bob Moyers, a freelance digital tech and retoucher in New York City, shared what a digital tech does while […]

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