This Friday, January 15th, Mount Saint Joseph will celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. This year, we are choosing to celebrate this on his actual birthday instead of the national holiday. This allows us to celebrate MLK Day as a whole school community instead of as individuals. This […]
Even though there is the opportunity that games will get some classmates off track, the iPads have been a great tool for helping the freshmen out with their education.
Because this year’s play is so interesting and humorous, students should take advantage of the opportunity to attend the performance. The dates for the show are November 20th at 7pm, the 21st at 7pm, and the 22nd at 2pm.
Now that we have concluded the first quarter, one of the biggest changes in our school has been the implementation of Plus Portals and the discontinuation of Edline. If you are a current sophomore or above at St. Joe, you had become acclimated with using Edline. During the […]
Spirit Week 2015 at MSJ has come and gone. It was a time for fun and tradition. We kicked off the week with the Homecoming Dance on Saturday. On Monday through Friday, there was a specific theme for each day. Finally, MSJ teams closed out the week with […]
Spirit Week in the past has been a favorite among Students, so changing things may be a risky move. This year, there are a lot of changes to the daily themes of Spirit Week. Last Friday, I had the opportunity to talk with our Student Council President, Nick Caporlette, […]