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St. John School Competes in BOSE Club Sounds of Spring Festival

STEM Club Middle school students from St. John School attended the i2 Learning 2018 STEM Club Festival this week, along with several other Boston area middle schools, to present their BOSEBuild team final project. Congratulations go out to our St. John School team for winning the ‘Sound of Spring’ STEM award for “Best Interpretation of Read More…

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St. John School Holds Middle School Science Fair [Photos]

The annual St. John School Middle School Science Fair took place and our sixth, seventh and eighth graders created amazing science projects! These projects were creative, well planned and explained with perfection. Our middle school science teacher Mr. Bryce Caraher stated, “I am so proud of the work produced by grade six, seven and eight. Read More…

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Children’s Librarian Rebecca Fox Visits St. John School [Photos]

Rebecca Fox, Children’s Librarian at the West End Branch of the Boston Public Library (BPL), visited St. John School to discuss BPL’s art resources in preparation for illustrator Ralph Masiello’s upcoming visit this Thursday, March 15. The students enjoyed learning how their favorite children’s books come alive through the illustrations that accompany the story. Thank you to Ms. Read More…

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St. John School Delivers Harvest to St. Anthony Shrine [Photos]

Last week, St. John School’s 6th grade students harvested and delivered 95 bags of fresh greens to St. Anthony’s Shrine’s Franciscan Food Center. This is the second year, where on Ash Wednesday, students have had the privilege of helping those in need.

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St. John School Hosts Fourth Annual Family Skate Night

St. John School enjoyed an evening of ice skating at our fourth annual family skate night at Steriti Rink last Friday. During the event, our SJS Girl Scouts held their first cookie booth sale of the year. The girls did a fantastic job and sold many, many boxes of cookies! Thank you to everyone who laced Read More…

Daily Briefs

Wednesday’s Brief: St. John School Open House, Bringing Big Business to Boston, Why We’re a Great Sports City

Things to know for Wednesday It’s Wednesday, January 31 and as if you weren’t already excited enough for this weekend’s Super Bowl match up between our beloved Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles, the Boston Globe is here to remind us all exactly why Boston is such a great sports city.  As you may already know, Read More…

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Tuesday’s Brief: Topping-Off for the Hub on Causeway, Lego Club, Rising Tides and Protecting the City from Future Storms

Things to know for Tuesday It’s Tuesday, January 30 and if this past weekend’s warmer weather had you thinking you could start packing away your snow boots, think again. A band of moderate snow has gradually moved in from the Worcester hills and north central Connecticut coating the streets with as much as two inches Read More…

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Monday’s Brief: Olympics Countdown, New Greenway Drinkery, Learning to Curl

Things to know for Monday It’s Monday, January 29 an the olympics are officially less than two weeks away. To get you into the spirit of winter athletics, be sure to check out the upcoming “Learn to Curl” events on Sunday evenings at the Steriti Memorial Arena at 561 Commercial Street. As you may already know, Read More…

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Wednesday’s Brief: Petition Drive, YMCA Annual Kick Off, Teen Gaming Night, Harbor Plan Decision

Things to know for Wednesday It’s Wednesday, January 24 and if you were thinking about heading over to the Esplanade this morning to enjoy a nice bagel with Philadelphia cream cheese, think again. In anticipation for the Patriots/Philadelphia Eagles face off in Super Bowl LII, the Esplanade Association has issued a ban on all “Philadelphia-themed Read More…

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St. John School Open House

St. John School is hosting an open house Wednesday, January 31st, 9:30am – 11am. We are now accepting enrollment for Fall 2018: Grades K3-8 Full/Part time Pre-Kindergarten 3 Full day Pre-Kindergarten 4 and Kindergarten K3 + K4 utilize the OWL curriculum + Building Blocks Math Foreign language in Grades K3-8 State-of-the-art technology 1:1 iPads Grades 1-8 Read More…

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St. John School Christmas Donation Drive Benefits St. Anthony Shrine

St. John School was well represented yesterday as they delivered the school’s donations of hats, gloves and socks for a Christmas Drive to St. Anthony Shrine Outreach Program. The schools 7th and 8th grade students went to the Shrine to drop them off personally and met with the Outreach Coordinator, who explained how the items Read More…

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St. John School Celebrates Thanksgiving with Meal from Golden Goose

During this season of gratitude, St. John School would like to pause and take this opportunity to say how thankful our school is for the wonderful Thanksgiving meal the Golden Goose so generously donated to our students last week. Our first and second grade students gathered for a feast of turkey, mashed potatoes, corn, green Read More…