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 … Continue reading OSD Policy
WEST VIRGINIA—Members of the 2017 graduating classes of the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston’s seven Catholic high schools across West Virginia were collectively offered $25 million in scholarships. The newly graduated of Madonna High School in Weirton, Bishop Donahue Memorial High School in McMechen, Central Catholic High School in Wheeling, Notre Dame High School in Clarksburg, St. … Continue reading 2017 Graduating Classes of Diocese’s Seven Catholic High Schools Offered $25 Million in Scholarships
Summer is a great time to get your required service hours started, or finished! For example, Father Dean needs altar servers, choir members (voice or instrumental). Please contact the Rectory at (304) 525-5202 if interested. Other opportunities are posted at http://stjosephhs.org/students-and-parents/service-hour-requirements/ Have a GREAT summer!
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – When 15-year-old Addison Leaberry asked to meet with Marshall University’s President Jerry Gilbert last fall, she had no idea he would agree to meet. She also had no idea that he would take her seriously. When speaking with Gilbert, Leaberry recommended a new enrichment program for local high school students who hope … Continue reading Marshall Establishes Academy for Young Rising Scientists – Encouraged by Addison L. of SJHS
National Catholic Youth Conference 2017 Thursday, November 16 – Sunday, November 19, 2017 Indianapolis, Indiana at Lucas Oil Stadium. Youth & Adults: $540.00* covers Hotel, 3 breakfasts, 1 dinner, NCYC fees, hotel parking fees and bus transportation costs. Checks are payable to: “OLOF” w/ memo: “NCYC 2017” Bring or mail to: Our Lady of Fatima Church … Continue reading National Catholic Youth Conference 2017
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Dear Lose the Training Wheels Bike Camp Volunteers, Thanks so much for your support of the Lose the Training Wheels Bike Camp. If you interested in volunteering to help out at the camp, below is this year’s camp information. Also attached is a camp brochure and a volunteer registration form. Please pass along this information … Continue reading Volunteers Needed for Lose the Training Wheels Bike Camp
The Tom Dunn Energy Leadership Academy was founded by the Independent Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia in August 2012 to honor the memory of one of its pioneer members and industry leaders, long-time Buckhannon, W.Va., resident and businessman Thomas B. Dunn. The first session of the Academy was held on July 9-11, 2013, … Continue reading Tom Dunn Energy Leadership Academy
For any student that would like extra help with the math part of the ACT: June 5th – 9th from 2pm – 5:30pm The focus is identifying math strengths and weaknesses, building on existing skills, playing fun and challenging math games, and daily practice in an average pacing of 1 question per minute. There will … Continue reading ACT Math Boot Camp – June 5-9
Marshall University is offering a two-day enrichment program for academically qualified students with an interest in science on June 15-16. Contact Pat Campbell at email@example.com or visit http://www.marshall.edu/MARS for more information. The program is limited to 44 participants that are rising sophomores, juniors or seniors for the 2017-18 school year.