By JOSEPHINE MENDEZ The Herald-Dispatch HUNTINGTON – When it came to choosing an instrument for band class prior to his fourth-grade year at Our Lady of Fatima, Armaan Karimpour unknowingly took the “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” approach. “I wanted to find an instrument that I was decent at before the year started,” said Karimpour, … Continue reading St. Joe sophomore selected for national orchestra position
Congratulations to the following students for placing in the SCORES competition at Marshall University on Friday, April 13th: 1st place Economics Trivia Challenge – C. Giompalo, K. Brown, L. Blatt, L. Schaffer 1st place Woodwinds – A. Karimpour 1st place News Writing – B. Gross 1st place Social Work & Welfare … Continue reading St. Joseph Places 2nd in Annual SCORES Competition at Marshall University
Sneak peak of one of our 2018 Auction items! A table with tiles painted by the class of 2018! Join us tomorrow at 7:00 p.m. at the Ramanda Limited Hotel in Huntington to see this item and many others. Contact Belinda Chapman at (304)525-5096 to purchase tickets!! A very special thank you to the students … Continue reading Senior Table at Irish Auction
Prom is Saturday, April 21st at Guyan Golf & Country Club. Grand March will begin promptly at 6:30pm Dinner begins at 7:00pm Dance from 8:00 – 10:30pm Tickets are on sale now in Mrs. Webb’s room. They are $80/couple $45/single. The LAST DAY to purchase tickets will be Wednesday, April 18th! Below are links for … Continue reading Prom Tickets are on Sale NOW!
Students! Are you interested in video games, art, and/or video game writing and design? The Marshall University Digital Humanities Program along with the Game Design Guild are sponsoring a 2-day Game Jam next weekend. The purpose of this collaborative effort is to challenge writers, artists, programmers, and designers to write, develop, code, and deliver a … Continue reading Interested in Video Games?
Thank you to our Key Club students for picking up trash after school on Tuesday, March 27th to help keep our campus clean! Members cleaned our parking lots and the blocks surrounding our school.
Congratulations to the Optimist Club Essay Contest winners! Essay Topic: “Can Society Survive Without Respect?” (from L-R) 3rd place – Lauren B. ($100) and 1st place – Abby J. ($200). Abby’s essay will go on to the District competition.
22nd Annual Luck O’ the Irish Celebration! Saturday, April 14th 7:00 – 11:00 pm Ramada Limited Hotel $50/person or $80/couple Reserved tables for 8 available Contact Belinda Chapman at 304-525-5096 or firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase tickets!