Thank you for your continued support of Saint Joseph School. We are grateful to have the wonderful support from our school families, faculty and staff, and our parish communities. Without your kindness and generosity, we would not be able to carry on the work of educating our children in the Catholic tradition. Saint Joseph School is committed to educating the whole child: mind, body, and spirit. Our school, in partnership with the children’s parents and guardians, provides a Catholic, faith-filled foundation for our students which they carry with them throughout their lives.
We are thankful for the blessings we have received this past year. This year we introduced our Early Learning Program which provides an extended day option for our preschool students and their families. This program has allowed a number of new families to join us at SJS. We continue to look at new ways to enrich our programs through STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Arts, and Math) and bring new opportunities and challenges for our students to embrace.
Saint Joseph School continues to teach our students that all of our gifts originate with and lead back to God, our Father. We are so fortunate to have God guiding us through each day and being a part of all we do here at Saint Joseph School. It is important to stay strong in our Catholic faith and remember that God is always with us. In order for us to continue to fulfill our mission, we ask that you please consider making your tax-deductible contribution to benefit the students at SJS.
You may make your gift by completing the attached form or online at www.sjsmch.org. Contributions may also be made through your workplace United Way Campaign (our school code is 10427) or through the Combined Federal Campaign (our CFC code is 93137). On behalf of the entire Saint Joseph School community, we are grateful for your consideration of this request and are honored to keep you in our daily prayers.
“I can do all things in Christ who strengthens me.” Philippians 4:13
Thank you and God Bless,
Rebecca A. Bamberger