As we all know, every Wednesday of every week we hold a mission collection for a “twinning” school that is less fortunate than we are. We have all seen the red cup being passed around in our homerooms, but we don’t really take the time to think about the difference we can make by just donating even a dollar.
All of that money goes to a school in Ethiopia known... Read More »
The annual St. Joseph food drive was very fruitful this year like earlier years. The food drive was organized by the Student Council who is led by teacher and coach Kristin Kalal and student president Genna Foster.
The food drive went for three weeks. Students were reminded ever day to bring anything they can in even if it wasn't their homerooms item.
“It doesn't matter i... Read More »
When it comes to keeping track of your family and maintaining your career growth, there are particular changes you have to make to maintain a balance.
St. Joseph High School offered Mrs. He the opportunity to work as a part-time teacher that helps her with her personal priorities and in school responsibilities.
“I love everything about high school,” Mrs. He said.”... Read More »
At St. Joseph High School, the dance team has more moves to come. They bring the most energy to the crowd without saying any words. The coach of this team is Cree Thurmond, who spends most of her time here at St. Joseph coaching these girl to become better dancers. She has been coaching for three years and going on four. Cree would be coaching thirteen girls.
The Chargerettes... Read More »
Christmas and Christmas Eve happen on back-to-back days and both are designed to celebrate the same thing, but it seems like everyone has a preference as to which holiday they enjoy more.
People around the world have their own customs and preferences.
Personally, coming from a Latino community we take both holydays very serious.
Christmas Eve is all about coming... Read More »
Thanksgiving traditions are important to families across the world. In my family, this is the time we give thanks to God. We celebrate by coming together and sharing what we are thankful for. Also we eat, laugh play games, dance and have fun together like it is our last time seeing each other.
The food in my family is the most important part. It take for... Read More »
The holiday season is up and running, and everyone is in a festive mood. People gather around the dining table to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday with friends and family, then later sit around a Christmas tree, opening gifts with smiles on their faces. The holidays are a time for family and friends to get together and spread joy. The holiday season as a whole can be... Read More »
In 2016, the St. Joseph girls’ basketball team, the Lady Chargers, went downstate for the first time since St. Joseph became coed. Hoping to go back this year, we have been working hard to better our team to reach our goal.
This... Read More »
With just a little over 2 ½ months left before playoffs, the Blackhawks remain 2nd in the central division standings after losing against the Washington Capitals 6-0 and the Minnesota Wild 3-2. However,... Read More »
On November 9, Artemi Panarin recorded his first career Gordie Howe hat trick against the St. Louis Blues. For those of you that don’t know what a Gordie Howe hat trick is, let me pass on some hockey... Read More »
Who would have thought the drought would finally end after one hundred and eight long years, that the Chicago Cubs would finally bring the World Series Title back to Wrigley? The answer is no one. Well... Read More »