Marshall University offers several online college courses for juniors and seniors. To see more information please click on the link below.
The winter and spring months of the year bring school closings and make-up days that have proven disruptive to the school calendar and instructional programs for students. Unscheduled closings compromise the quality of the learning process that we carefully and deliberately plan and prepare for our students. Make-up days impact school-sponsored and personal activities, including planned vacations, faculty professional development programs, graduation, etc.
To maintain consistency in our curriculum and eliminate the need to extend school into the summer or cancel holidays or programs that are currently scheduled, we have implemented an Online School Day (OSD) program. An OSD will count as a full school day, one of the 180 required by the State of West Virginia.
This program is intended to provide meaningful learning experiences for SJHS students. Parents and students are encouraged to integrate the following strategies into their OSD academic time:
- Start early in the day.
- Establish a quiet learning space and remove distractions to learning.
- Review the work that needs to be completed.
- Set goals for completing the work on time.
- Create a routine.
December 18th – 22nd is our last week of school before Christmas break! Here is the schedule:
Monday – Full Day of Classes – 8am – 3pm – Dismissal
Tuesday – 1st Period Exams – 8am – 9:45am; 2nd Period Exams – 10am – 11:45am – Dismissal
Wednesday – 3rd Period Exams – 8am – 9:45am; 4th Period Exams – 10am – 11:45am – Dismissal
Thursday – 5th Period Exams – 8am – 9:45am; 6th Period Exams – 10am – 11:45am – Dismissal
Friday – 7th Period Exams – 8am – 9:45am; 8th Period Exams – 10am – 11:45am – Dismissal
Congratulations to Senior, Haven L. for winning the annual Catholic Daughters essay contest. Haven was awarded a $750 scholarship to be used for school next year.
Pictured: Catholic Daughters Representative Karen Armstead Haven L.
Several area schools recently benefited from Advantage Toyota in Barboursville. St. Joe received a check in the amount of $1500 given out at the dealership on Wednesday, November 29th. These funds can be used by teachers and school personnel for any need within the school. Belinda Chapman, Advancement Director, accepted the donation with students L. Blatt, S. Walters, and S. Morris.
Congratulations to our Rotary Students of the Month, seniors, Samantha M. and Charlie W. pictured with Rotary Club Board President Chris Anderson.
Charlie W. pictures with his parents following the luncheon.
Belinda Chapman, Advancement Director, and Karen Appell, Guidance Counselor, spoke on the programs of St. Joseph Central Catholic High School at the luncheon.
Mon Dec 04, 2017
The Herald Dispatch
IRISH MAKE A SPLASH: Huntington St. Joe’s girls finished first in the Southern Coalfields Classic swim meet Saturday in Beckley with 141 points, 20 more than runner-up Woodrow Wilson.
Bojena Gross won the 200 intermediate and 100 breaststroke. Haven Lochow won the 100 freestyle.
St. Joe male swimmer Cambell Gibbs won the 100 breaststroke.