After winning the school Geography Bee in November, 7th grader Sean M. went on to represent San Jose Catholic School in the 2nd Annual National Geographic Bee Diocesan Championship held at Bishop Snyder High School on Saturday, February 23. Sean tied for fourth place in a very tough competition. Last week, Sean received word that he has qualified for the state geography bee which will be held on March 29th at Jacksonville University. Sean is one of only four students in the Jacksonville area to qualify for this event. He is also the first San Jose student in several years to continue to the state level. We wish him the best of luck at that competition.
Congratulations to the 2018-19 Graduates with their success performing STOMP!
First Grade ended their zoology unit in science with a fun trip to the Jacksonville Zoo. Students studied animal habitats, the food chain, and the uses of camouflage. We read about animals, wrote about animals, and of course loved visiting real animals!
Thank you to Lisa Lea and Adriana Shoemaker for organizing a successful Father Daughter Dance! Ninety-six very happy girls and their dads had a great time!! Thank you both for your continued support and commitment to our community!
Father Daughter Luau
Saturday Feb 9, 2019
San Jose Cafeteria
7pm to 10pm
|See Friday Folders for RSVP form.|
$20 per father/daughter couple $5 per additional child
Hawaiian attire encouraged but not required.
Online ticket sales end Friday, February 8th at 11:30 PM.
Students in the 5th grade recently completed a unit about the American Revolution. The students worked diligently to create a project to show what they learned. Students created PowerPoints, battle maps, trading cards, flags, and games all about the Revolution that led to our country being free. Great job fifth grade!