Dear Catholic School Families-
Governor Jim Justice has extended his emergency declaration order closing schools up to September 8, 2020, and our Catholic schools are required to obey his emergency order, even though we are prepared to open in the traditional teachers-and-students-in-the-classroom mode following State and public health guidance.
The Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston Catholic schools remain committed to providing quality Catholic school education while working with local and state health officials to provide the safest possible learning environment for our students, staff and administrators.
We know this raises a multitude of questions, which we will spend the up-coming days working through to develop answers for you.
Mary Ann Deschaine, Ed.S.
St. Joseph Central Catholic High School is accepting applications for a full-time Mathematics teacher beginning during the 2020-2021 school year. Classroom responsibilities include teaching advanced mathematics courses, including AP Calculus AB/BC. Candidates must demonstrate a passion for teaching math in a rigorous, college-preparatory environment. Educators will be able to mentor and instruct students, building strong and positive relationships with students and families. Candidates must possess excellent knowledge of course content and teach students how to critically analyze and think, emphasizing modeling and problem-solving skills. A Master’s Degree is required to teach dual credit courses through Marshall University. Candidates must have a West Virginia Teaching Certificate or have plans to obtain one. Strong communication skills and interpersonal skills are essential for this position. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. To apply, submit a resume with contact information for three professional references, a copy of teaching certification (if applicable), and copies of college transcripts via email to Dr. Templeton at email@example.com by Wednesday, July 22nd.
Dear St. Joe Parents and Students, please find attached a press release from the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston regarding the new academic year and the diocese’s re-entry plan for our Catholic Schools.
Total Students in the Class of 2020: 32
Total Students taking at least one dual credit course: 25
78% of students in the class of 2020 graduated from St. Joseph High School with college credits from Marshall University.
The Class of 2020 completed a total of 812 dual credit hours through Marshall University during their time at St. Joe High School.
16 members (50%) of the class of 2020 graduated with enough hours to be considered a Sophomore in college based on Marshall University’s Academic Level Classification.
|Number of credit hours from Marshall University
||Number of students in the St. Joseph HS Class of 2020
|3 – 9 hours
|10 – 19 hours
|20 – 29 hours
|30 – 39 hours
**This does not account for credits earned from AP Courses taken.
Please visit the necessary links below for our required summer assignments. There are summer assignments for English (all levels), Spanish (all levels), AP Calculus AB, AP Chemistry, and AP Physics.
- Mathematics –
- Students wishing to take BOTH Geometry and Advanced Algebra II in the same year:
- AP Calculus AB –
Patty Cole Eichberger, the middle school math teacher at Our Lady of Fatima, is tutoring virtually for the ACT and SAT math test. She has a Master’s plus 45 with 40 years teaching and tutoring experience. The cost is $45 per hour. If interested, please call 304-617-7941.
The Mid Ohio Valley Center at Point Pleasant will be giving the ACT exam a couple of times this summer. To enroll, students should visit www.marshall.edu/movc.
We are excited to view our St. Joseph Central Catholic High School Class of 2020 Virtual Graduation. We encourage you to join us for a Facebook watch party beginning at 7:00pm this evening, under St. Joseph Central Catholic High School.
You may also view the ceremony at https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqXoZZNPnBA&feature=youtu.be. Please share with family and friends.
On behalf of St. Joseph Central Catholic High School and its staff, we want to take this opportunity to express how proud we are of this group of Seniors. Although the 2020 Baccalaureate is like no other, it allows us to see just how wonderful and special this group truly is. Please share the below link with family and friends to watch. The link is alsonposted on Facebook.
We are pleased to announce the recipients of St. Joseph’s 2019-2020 Underclassmen Virtual Academic Award Ceremony. Please click https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63414198/st-joseph-catholic-schools-underclassmen-awards-2019-2020 to reveal the winners.
Thank you students for your commitment to your education and excellence. Hard work pays off!