From the Principal
November 1911-19-2021Mrs. Jamie Bescak
We are all looking forward to an exciting, short-but-busy week. Wednesday is early release (12:30 pm) and ESP will not be offered as our staff prepares for the Thanksgiving holiday.
On Wednesday morning our entire school community will gather on the lower courts to kick off our Running with Rosco event with a Pep Rally led by the Phoenix Sun's Gorilla, Xavier's Gator, and our beloved SJB Rosco Bulldog. Then each grade level will take turns running around the field with classmates, parents, and volunteers to the beat of lively music. The event will end with a hot dog lunch sponsored by our Dads’ Club. I especially want to thank Cindy Casaus and the PTO crew for all of their hard work and dedication to making this event so much fun for the kids.READ MORE
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Guided by Jesus Christ, we are a caring community dedicated to academic excellence, serving others and developing the whole child within the traditions of our Catholic faith.
Our campus is secure, spacious and inviting, conveniently located near major routes.
Our average class size is 20.
SERVING PRESCHOOL - 8TH GRADE
Age 3 years to eighth grade, students have a home at St. John Bosco School.
100% of our K-8 teachers are certified. More than half of our teachers have Masters Degrees.
99% of our graduates are accepted into their first choice of high schools.
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