Weekly Memo for October 7, 2015:

Autumn has arrived!

Our first dress-up day went well! Just a reminder: blue blazer, white dress shirt, neck tie, beige khaki pants, and a belt (no shorts or cargoes).

There will be no dress-up day next week as we have no school on Monday, Columbus Day.

Student Council elections have begun. All students running for offices have received petitions from their social studies teachers. These petitions must be completed and returned by Friday in order for a student to be eligible to run. Campaigning begins next Wednesday.

Picture retakes are Wednesday, October 14, 2015. If you would like a retake, the original packet must be returned.

Thursday, October 15, and Friday, October 16, five STJ students will be visiting all our sending schools to share with the 5th and 6th grade students their STJ experience. Thank you to Erin O'Brien, Lexi Jones-Guillemette, Ryan Brewitt, Patrick Dunn, and Finnian Smith for saying an enthusiastic "yes" when asked to help.

Coming attraction! The St. Joe's open house for incoming students will be Thursday, November 12, at 7:00 pm. All students have been given an STJ Open House Announcement Card today. We ask that you please pass it on to anyone you know who may have a 5th or 6th grader looking for a faith-filled, friendly, academic environment. Thank you!

Athletic News:


Thursday, October 8--Boys to PMA, 182 Lowell Rd.,Hudson 03051; girls play home--PMA

Tuesday, October 13--Girls home game--Wilton.

Wednesday, October 14--Boys at Wilton, 57 School Rd., 03086

Wednesday, October 21--Girls at Candia--Henry Moore School, 12 Deerfield Rd., 03034. This is a one-way bus. Parents must pick-up their athlete in Candia; boys play home. This is a make-up game.

Thursday, October 22--Boys at Epping, 33 Prescott Rd., 03042


Thursday, October 8--Running at Derryfield School, 2108 River Rd., 03104. This is a one-way bus.

Saturday, October 10--Catholic School Meet at Presentation of Mary Academy, 182 Lowell Rd., Hudson 03051. All runners must be there by 7:30 am. Parents provide the transportation.



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