Girls Basketball Program History (Comprehensive) - 21 downloads
St. Joseph Central Catholic High School
Faculty/Staff Wish List
From time to time, we are asked, “What can we donate to the school?” or “What do your teachers need?” Sometimes, the exact things a teacher may need are hanging out in your home and/or business being unused! Please take a look at our list and see what you can help with (monetary donations are also accepted for us to purchase these items):
- Classroom set of TI-30XS Calculators($405/set) https://www.schoolmart.com/shop/texas-instruments-ti-30xs-multiview-ez-spot-yellow-calculator-class-pack/
- Dixon Ticonderoga #2 Pencils
- General Classroom Supplies-(pencils, notecards, post-it-notes, tissues, etc.)
- Gift Cards for STEM projects- Lowe’s, Office Depot, etc.
- Large Bulletin Board
- Storage (shelving or filing bins)
- The Science Dept. is in need of 2 more track systems w/photo gates for the vernier equipment. ($318/set)
- Cricut Accessory tools and/or Cricut Easy Press
- New lab goggles https://www.carolina.com/lab-eye-protection/small-safety-goggles-pack-of-10/646703.pr
- https://www.carolina.com/lab-eye-protection/large-safety-goggle-value-pack-of-10/646704A.pr (I think we would need 5 small and 20 large. We need some small for the tiny face students 🙂
- Filing cabinet with lock
- Mini PCR set up
- Movable podium
- Document camera
We are also open to donations for other things. Just let us know what you have available and we will let you know if we can use it! Your continued support is greatly appreciated.
2019-2020 DIOCESAN TUITION ASSISTANCE PROCESS IS OPEN
TAP Bulletin Announcement for 2019-2020 - 27 downloads
Seven (7) student-athletes signed to play sports at the collegiate level of the last few weeks. We are extremely proud of all our St. Joe students and wish you the best of luck at the next level!
Audrey H. – Tennis, Stevens Institute of Technology
Dena J. – Basketball, Chattanooga
McKenzie M. – Soccer, Gonzaga University
Noah B. – Baseball, Alderson-Broaddus University
Paige S. – Basketball, Marshall University
Quinn S. – Basketball, University of Louisville
Savannah S. – Soccer, Concord University
Monday, December 17th
8:00 am – 9:45 am 1st Period
10:00 am – 11:45 am 2nd Period
11:45 am – 12:27 pm Lunch
12:30 pm – 2:15 pm 3rd Period
Tuesday, December 18th
8:00 am – 9:45 am 4th Period
10:00 am – 11:45 am 5th Period
11:45 am – 12:27 pm Lunch
12:30 pm – 2:15 pm 6th Period
Wednesday, December 19th
8:00 am – 9:45 am 7th Period
10:00 am – 11:45 am 8th Period
It has been one full day at St. Joseph High School! We held our first Social Studies Fair after a long hiatus. We are very impressed with our students and the projects they presented! We would like to think our history teachers, Samantha Acord and Phillip Kellison, for putting together this wonderful event. A huge THANK YOU goes out to the educators and friends of the school that came to give of their time to judge what our students produced.
The following students were winners and many till attend the Cabell County competition in February.
1st Anne B.
2nd Hailey B.
3rd Leo O.
Honorable Mention – Connor J.
1st Abby L.
1st Tima A.
2nd Dena J.
3rd Addi L.
Honorable mention – Maya T.
1st Taryn Q.
2nd Hunter E.
3rd Gabe L.
1st Jade S.
2nd Cambria B.
3rd Bella H.
Honorable Mention – Sofia L.
1st Emmanuel O.
2nd Akot A.
3rd Olivia A.
1st Audrey H.
2nd Parker R.
3rd Griffyn E.
Honorable Mention – Emily S. and Maggie G.
1st Campbell G.
2nd Ava L.
3rd Julie I.
Honorable Mention – Jenna B. and Zoe K.
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 28th. 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 Joe F., Savannah S., and McKenzie M..
Today is the day …
To give to SJHS, during the season of giving! Don’t miss the opportunity to give back to a school that gives so much. Any donation, big or small, can impact the lives of students for generations.