Letter from School Leadership
Dear Parents and Caregivers:
Our theme at St. Joseph School is "Together we Learn, Pray, and Serve". We strive to incorporate this theme both inside and outside of the classroom.
St. Joseph School provides our students with a challenging academic program that inspires our students to exceed their own potential. St. Joseph’s offers a dual track, PreK-4 to 8th grade curriculum with differentiated groupings in both Language Arts and Math. St. Joseph’s also offers interactive technology resources for all students, including interactive flat screens, iPads, Chromebooks, and two 3-D printers. This fall, we will be offering a Robotics curriculum for students in grades 5-8. We are excited to introduce students to this new curriculum and students will learn to program both robots and drones. In addition we offer a myriad of service and extracurricular opportunities for our students, including an ever expanding Robotics Team, Student Activities Committee, award winning school band, and a variety of athletic teams.
The love for learning and continual drive towards academic excellence was recognized this year the U.S. Department of Education. St. Joseph School was awarded The Blue Ribbon status by the U. S. Department of Education because of our high academic standards and achievement in closing the learning gaps identified in standardized testing. It is the highest award a school can receive recognizing the hard work our faculty and students accomplish on a daily basis.
It’s an exciting time to be a part of the St. Joseph School – Fullerton family. We celebrate our past success but also look to the future, which will include a new multimedia center.
As I tell my faculty and families, my door is always open to your ideas, questions, or concerns. We are here to challenge each other to reach our full potential, as well as care for each other as family should.
I invite you to be a part of our school family. Let us show you our school, answer your questions, and make you feel at home in this special place.
Blessings and Peace,
Kenneth J. Pipkin