Mar
30

SPRING SJCS SPIRIT WEAR SALE EXTENDED THROUGH APRIL 7

The Spring SJCS Spirit Wear Sale has been extended through Tuesday, April 7. CLICK HERE FOR SPIRIT WEAR! Students are permitted to wear SJCS Spirit Wear on Fridays and outerwear any day of the week (except Wednesday). For any questions contact Macie Lawton, SJCS Spirit Wear Committee Chair, mclawton@gmail.com, or Rachel Neubauer, Assistant Director of Development, […]

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Mar
29

CAMPUS MINISTRY CONTINUES VIRTUALLY AT SJCS

Above is a snapshot of this past Thursday, when a group of SJCS graduates now in college got together to pray, read and help each other to see what they can discover from these new circumstances in which we live. Below is a snapshot of this past Friday, when SJCS students, teachers and parents all […]

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Mar
27

SJCS GRAD WORKS ON FRONTLINES DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC

The following is a letter from alumni parent Susanna Merriman, whose daughter Erica Britenburg, a 2003 SJCS graduate and the Communications and Alumni Relations Manager at St. Joe’s from 2013-2016, is a Radiologic Technologist at a large Georgia hospital. ————— I have just finished reading Keith Kiser’s letter to the St. Joe’s community that was posted […]

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Mar
26

A LETTER FROM MR. KISER WITH COVID-19 UPDATES

Click here for an introductory video with Mr. Kiser. Dear St. Joseph’s Catholic School Community, Greetings to each of you during these unusual and difficult days. I want to thank everyone for your cooperation and flexibility as we transitioned to online learning. I have been very pleased with how the teachers, students, and parents, led […]

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Mar
25

SCHSL SUSPENDS ALL ACTIVITIES THROUGH APRIL 30

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, March 25, 2020 SCHSL: COVID-19/Coronavirus update (3-25-20) Tammie Newman, Director of Communications/Public Relations tnewman@schsl.org / 803.896.0417 In accordance with the Executive Order by Governor McMaster, all South Carolina public schools are closed until the end of April. This includes SCHSL member schools with private schools strongly encouraged to follow suit. The […]

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Mar
20

HAHNS’ SPEAKING ENGAGEMENT AT SJCS CANCELLED

The speaking engagement of Scott and Kimberly Hahn, which had been scheduled for May 3 at SJCS, has been cancelled due to COVID-19. Those who have purchased tickets will receive refunds through the St. Paul Center. For more information, contact the St. Paul Center at 740-264-9535.

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Mar
20

DIOCESE OF CHARLESTON BEGINS LIVESTREAMING

The Diocese of Charleston is livestreaming from the Chapel of the Holy Family. Seminarians who are now in Charleston will participate in the liturgies. The schedule of daily and weekend Masses, and other devotions, is as follows: On Facebook: facebook.com/DioceseChas Daily Mass, Monday through Saturday at 8:30 a.m. Stations of the Cross, Fridays at 3 p.m. […]

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Mar
20

SJCS CHOSEN FOR 2020 BEST OF GREENVILLE AWARD

St. Joseph’s Catholic School has been selected for the 2020 Best of Greenville Award in the K-12 Schools category by the Greenville Award Program. Each year, the Greenville Award Program identifies companies that it believes have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive […]

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Mar
19

St. Joseph: Protector, provider, unsung hero

By Bob Castello The numbers just don’t seem to add up when it comes to Joseph, the patron of St. Joseph’s Catholic School. Joseph is never heard from in any of the gospels, he’s rarely mentioned — there’s no reference to Joseph at all in the Gospel of Mark — and yet, there are two […]

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Mar
19

PRAY THE ROSARY WITH SJCS ON THE FEAST OF ST. JOSEPH

Happy Feast of our Patron, St. Joseph! We sincerely appreciate all the good work being done by our students, families, faculty, staff, and community in respect to the concerns and restrictions being implemented relating to COVID-19. Normally, we would be coming together for Mass on this special day for the school, however, since we cannot […]

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