This week began our Lenten season with Kindergarten leading the school in "resting" the Alleluia banner. It is so-called as a way to teach the younger students that we refrain from singing the Alleluia during Lent and that it will be "resurrected" with Jesus at Easter.
K–8 students gathered with St. Benedict parishioners for Ash Wednesday Mass while our student choir sang beautiful traditional hymns with absolute reverence and love for Jesus. Following Mass, Fr. Manasseh, Deacon Ed, and the preschool teachers performed an Ash Wednesday skit for the preschool students to give them a better understanding of how we say “Yes to Jesus” during Lent. They then received ashes on their foreheads, just like the "big kids."READ MORE
We already completed a full week of our third (and final) trimester of the school year! Report cards were emailed on Tuesday, February 14, and conferences will take place next week on February 22, 23, and 24. Please note early dismissal at 12:30pm on all three days to allow time for teachers and parents to conference. It is important that students are picked up promptly or registered with Innovation Learning for aftercare so teachers may begin their conferences on time.READ MORE
Thank you for supporting our annual Bosco Gala, “Cheers to 21 years of Academic Excellence, Faith, and Community.” The event was amazing and we exceeded our goal with a profit of $164,064.17! The funds from this event will tremendously benefit our school by providing an ELA curriculum for K-8, technology upgrades, and classroom materials for every teacher. We are truly grateful for your generosity and support for the students of St. John Bosco.READ MORE
What a fabulous week! How exciting it was to see our entire community participate in the various activities of Catholic Schools Week!
So many people are responsible for the smooth operation of the week’s festivities. We are truly grateful to our devoted SJB families and faculty/staff for their generous gifts of time and effort to make this week memorable for the students. The display of teamwork from teachers, staff, parents, and students throughout the week is what makes St. John Bosco more than a school, it makes us a community.READ MORE