St Joseph School Bristol CT 06010

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St. Joseph Church, Bristol, CT

We had a beautiful celebration today for Father Ivan 🙏. Thank you to everyone who made today such a wonderful success!! We are so blessed! God bless you Fr Ivan

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St. Joseph Church, Bristol, CT

We will be celebrating Father Ivan 15th Anniversary to the Holy Priesthood on Sunday, December 16th @ 1:15. Please come and celebrate him with us 🙏

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Fifth grade participated at the 4:00pm mass on the third Sunday of Advent.😇

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At St. Joseph School, faith filled excellence defines the educational experience provided in our Catholic Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 8 school community. Our dedicated, credentialed faculty; strong academic programs; and facilities, featuring modern computer and science labs; combine to provide our students with a solid academic and moral base in a family-centered learning community. We encourage you to learn more about St. Joseph School today. Contact us to schedule an appointment to tour the school (860-582-8696) or request additional information through email by clicking here or contact the office at schooloffice@stjosephbristol.org

 

Our Principal

 

“I have been blessed to have experienced first-hand the benefits of a Catholic Education and am even more blessed to have this opportunity to pass along those benefits to the St. Joseph School Community. I will continue the commitment to excellence that St. Joseph has established and will ensure that our students leave for high school academically and spiritually prepared for the next journey in their life.

Eric Frenette

Principal

December 2018

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  • Showcase of the Stars
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  • Breakfast with Santa
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  • Family Dinner
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  • Christmas Concert
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St Joseph School Forms
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2018-2019 studentfamily handbook.pdf
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Enrollment Procedure The enrollment procedures of St. Joseph School reflect the overall Mission by welcoming all students and families to receive the highest quality of spiritual and academic education. As stated in the Student/Family Handbook, “Saint Joseph School admits qualified students of any race, creed, color or nationality to all programs, activities, rights, and privileges that are offered…” St. Joseph School strives to meet the needs of all students according to the Mission Statement. The school does not turn away a child unless it is clear that the school’s resources would not support the specific, individual needs of that child. These is no enrollment restriction or priority given to specific creeds or parishes at St. Joseph School. If a family is interested in St. Joseph School, the following steps should be taken: 1. Call the Main Office at (860)582-8696 to schedule a tour and informational meeting with the Principal. 2. Bring previous school records (if applicable) and any other important information or educational documents to this meeting. 3. After a tour of the school, families are encouraged to schedule a Shadow Day for their student (if age appropriate). During this Shadow Day, placement assessments may take place in order to ensure proper placement 4. After the Shadow Day, a follow up meeting with the Principal will occur to finalize all paperwork (i.e., registration/enrollment forms, tuition contract, financial aid, etc.). Students entering the Pre K programs must meet appropriate requirements and attend an assessment session and informational meeting with the classroom teacher and Principal. Pre K Requirements: • Pre K 3 students must turn 3 by October 15th of the year school begins. • Pre K 4 students must turn 4 by October 15th of the year school begins. • All Pre K 3 & 4 students must be fully potty trained. New Pre K & K aged students will receive placement assessments between the months of May through August during scheduled appointments. Program orientations for Pre K 3 through Kindergarten are held during the summer months.
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The Saint Joseph Home and School Association was formed to offer a liaison between the parents and the school. We operate under the guidance of the Saint Joseph School Board. COMMUNICATION: Our monthly meetings, normally held on the first Monday of each month at 7 pm in Guild Hall, offer parents a forum to voice their opinions and concerns. School issues are discussed with questions and answers after each program. Each meeting is approximately one hour, which allows parents to come together and participate in making our school an outstanding educational facility for our children.To make sure your children are benefiting from what the school has to offer each family, it is vital that you attend these meetings throughout the year.  COMMUNITY: The Home and School Association also functions as a catalyst for fundraisers and social functions, which allow families to have fun, develop camaraderie and also keep tuition at manageable levels. We invite all families to take part in our social and family activities. Details of traditional events such as the Back to School Picnic, Mum Parade, Oktoberfest, Auction, Grandparents and Special Friends Day, Lenten Pasta Dinner, Father/Daughter Dance, Mother/Son Bowling, Parent Socials and the Golf Tournament, and more are all discussed at monthly H&S meetings with additional details provided in weekly communication emails from the School Office. Finally, the SJS H&S Association is also about $$$. We are a completely volunteer organization giving our time freely to make Saint Joseph School the “best of the best” when it comes to the education of our children. In doing so, we are dedicated to raising funds to support our school. The Association is always receptive to new ideas and suggestions and are always available to parents before (by appointment) and after our meetings. We ask that every parent take the personal responsibility to support the fundraising events that are conducted throughout the school year.
Current Structure

 

  • Co-Presidents
  • Treasurer
  • Secretary
  • Room Reps
  • Chairs of Individual Fundraisers

Click Here for the detailed 2017-2018 SJS Home & School Executive Committee, Classroom Representatives and Committee Chairs Listing.


2016-2017 Fundraising Results Thanks to the efforts of our parent volunteers and support of SJS families, friends and parishioners, the Home & School Association raised a total of $134,116* in 2016-2017! Thank you for helping us to not only meet our H&S budget goal of $100,000, but to exceed it! St. Joseph School is blessed to have a strong family participation rate. Every family’s efforts in working to meet the annual fundraising goal results in SJS being able to hold tuition rates at an affordable level!

Current Family Commitments (PreK-8 families):

  • New and Returning PreK-8 families are required to pay or earn a $300 (including $200 SCRIP) fundraising assessment fee
  • Raffle (sell/buy out $200 in tickets)

Ways to Meet the Fundraising Assessment Fee:

  • Scrip Program: Participate in the SCRIP program to earn over the $200 required amount throughout the year.
  • Participate in our fundraisers: Profits made from various fundraisers you participate in throughout the May 1, 2018 through April 30, 2019 year will be applied towards your required fundraising assessment. (Monies spent at Auction and the Golf Tournament are EXCLUDED.)
  • Volunteer your time: For those who volunteer a maximum of twenty (20) hours of your volunteer time can be used to reduce your fundraising assessment by $100.00. Every hour volunteered will be valued at $5.00.

Community Building Family/Parent Activities:

  • Welcome Back Picnic
  • Family Bingos
  • Mother/Son Bowling
  • Father/ Daughter Dance
  • Mum Parade
  • Auction
  • Adult Socials
  • Golf Tournament
  • XL Events
  • Lenten Pasta Dinner
  • Lake Compounce Family Day
  • East Egg Hunt
  • Parish Activities (Children’s Choir, Boo Bash, Advent Wreath Making)

Other Fundraisers

  • Box Tops
  • Scholastic Book Fairs (proceeds to library resources/teacher libraries)
  • Bake Sales (Student Council, Sports Boosters, Cheerleaders, 8thgrade class gift)
  • Free Dress Days & Raffles
  • Community Service (Food drives for local food pantries)
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The St. Joseph School Hot Lunch Program is offered to students each day of the week.

Menu items include: •  Mondays: grinder sandwiches •  Tuesdays: pasta (varies with sauce, butter, or mac & cheese from week to week) •  Wednesdays and Thursdays: alternates from week to week •  Fridays: pizza This is an OPTIONAL program and the cost in not included in tuition. Hot Lunches are prepared by Bristol TEC Culinary Arts Program. Order forms go home a month prior for families to select lunches and return to the Main Office. You may enclose one payment in one envelope with all ordered lunch slips. Each class is scheduled, throughout the year, to provide baked goods as a snack for Hot Lunch on Tuesdays. The monthly calendar indicates which class is assigned for each Tuesday. St. Joseph School asks that you do not bake or buy items with any peanuts or nut products for the safety of our children with allergies. Our goal is to provide healthy, affordable school lunches for our students. We always strive to expand our options and create new lunch menus to try to satisfy even the picky eaters! For any questions regarding our Hot Lunch Program, please contact the Main Office. Cold (or bagged) lunches: Families choosing to not have students participate in the Hot Lunch Program are welcome to pack a lunch. Students are not guaranteed an opportunity to warm up food so please pack a lunch that can be kept fresh in a student’s lunch box until lunch time and is ready to eat as is. Any specific food allergies in a classroom will be communicated to that class and families are asked to follow specific guidelines set forth by the Bristol/Burlington Board of Health.

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Classroom Pages and Faculty Profiles

The links on this page will redirect you to our Educonnect Web Site where the teachers maintain their own classroom pages. There you will find individual classroom news, homework assignments, projects and events. You will also find our teacher profiles.


Mr. Eric Frenette
Mr. Eric Frenette
School Principal
Karen Nappi
Karen Nappi
Administrative Assistant
Ms. Sam Sears
Ms. Sam Sears
School Nurse
Mrs. Jodie Jandreau
Mrs. Jodie Jandreau
Eighth Grade
Mr. Robert Houle
Mr. Robert Houle
Seventh Grade
Mrs. Kathryn Laferriere
Mrs. Kathryn Laferriere
Sixth Grade and Spanish
Mrs. Kathryn Hinrichs
Mrs. Kathryn Hinrichs
Fifth Grade
Ms. Brianna Serio
Ms. Brianna Serio
Fourth Grade
Deven Bernaiche
Deven Bernaiche
Third Grade
Mrs. Trudy Ravita
Mrs. Trudy Ravita
Second Grade
Mrs. Catherine Roy
Mrs. Catherine Roy
First Grade
Mrs. Jennifer DiMauro
Mrs. Jennifer DiMauro
Kindergarten
Mrs. Nancy Marchak
Mrs. Nancy Marchak
PreK-4
Miss Ashley Hill
Miss Ashley Hill
PreK-3
Mrs. Christine Corcoran
Mrs. Christine Corcoran
Music
Mrs. Beverly Brown
Mrs. Beverly Brown
Band
Mr. Mike Pirog
Mr. Mike Pirog
Physical Education
Mrs. Carol Atwood
Mrs. Carol Atwood
Art

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Testimonials

What Parents are Saying

“We transferred to St. Joseph School when St. Anthony’s closed. We have been so happy with the school in so many ways. The education, teachers and staff are top notch. The friendships turned and activities Ava has been involved in have made such s positive impact in her life. The school community is truly a family that we are so happy to be part of.”

Emily And Wayne C.

“This is our life! We just love this school, church and the people in it!”

Shannon K.

“Excellent school!!!! Kind and caring teachers, strong academics, family friendly environment, faith filled community!! Best decision we ever made for our children!!!”

Andrea C

“St Joseph school has been our home for the past 8 and a half years and we are very pleased with the academics the teachers, staff and the entire community. My son is in the 6th grade and it has been a wonderful Christian learning environment! I would recommend it highly!!”

Julie M.

“Great learning environment and amazing teachers!!”

Dyan.P

“The greatest school ever!!! Both my girls loved St. Joseph. They got the best education.”

Carol St. Pierre S.

General Info

Principal: Eric Frenette

Grade Levels: PreK3 – 8

Student Handbook

Location

335 Center Street
Bristol, CT 06010

School Hours

M-F: 8am – 4pm
Weekends: Closed

Phone & Email

Phone: 860-582-8696
Email: schooloffice@stjosephbristol.org

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