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In the News : Saint James Elementary school

 

 

What’s the good news?  On this page you can find out about all the good things that Saint James students have accomplished and achieved. Our mission is to bring you stories that highlight the positive, inspiring and heartwarming; that help you feel good while reading our news. Happiness is contagious and we’re here to help spread it.  

Welcome to Saint James School’s “In the News”!


Maryknoll Essay Contest Winner - Grace Wilson (pdf)
Saint James School is very proud to announce that one of our eighth-grade students, Grace Wilson, is the first place winner of a Maryknoll sponsored essay contest. The 2015 essay theme, “Mission of Mercy,”asked students to share real-life inspirational stories about mercy. Students also were asked to convey the lessons learned about the need for mercy in the world. Pope Francis has declared 2016 a Jubilee Year of Mercy. The contest received close to 6,500 entries from students who competed in two divisions(grades six to eight and grades nine to 12), and the first place entry received a $1000 cash award. Grace’s essay Someone Special Needs You, was compassionately written about her sister Ryan’s experience while on an internship in Thailand and how it impacted and then inspired Grace to perform her own act of mercy right here in New Jersey.

We congratulate Grace on her award winning compassionate essay but more importantly we applaud her on teaching us the need for mercy in our world today and incorporating her faith in everyday life.

Click to read Grace’s essay…

Boy's Varsity Wins Soccer Championship October 29th 2015 (pdf)
Monmouth Journal,November 13, 2015. The St. James Boys Soccer team had a record-setting season this year, culminating in winning the Monmouth County Intermediate School Soccer League Conference Championship.
Saint James Girls Make All Star Field Hockey Team (pdf)
Congratulations to our very own Gianna Piroso and Mary Redmond for making the All Star Girls Field Hockey Team! We're so proud of you!
Red Bank Girl's Wish Is To Enable Others (pdf)
Tea for more than Two (pdf)
The Two River Times, June 21, 2013. The Saint James PTA recently hosted the first mother-daughter tea.
St James first graders reach out to fellow students in Union Beach (pdf)
Students raise $700, in addition to school craft items and cleaning supplies.
Wise beyond her years (pdf)
St James School celebrates Career Day (pdf)
The Monmouth Journal. April 12, 2013 The possibilities for the future were explored by St. James middle school students (grades 6 - 8) during Career Day 2013.
Sarah Milne: Making Elders Proud
From 'Living in the Jersey Shore' Fall 2012
St James bids farewell to 100 years of experience (pdf)
The Monmouth Journal June 2012 - St. James School students celebrated the final weeks of school with sadness and joy as they wished four beloved, retiring teachers farewell while celebrating the end of the school year with parties and graduations.
DARE Graduation at Saint James School (pdf)
The Journal June 2012 - The Red Bank Police Depanment, along with Saint James School would like to honor the entire fifth grade class for graduating from the D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Educa­tion) program.
DARE Essay Contest Winners (pdf)
The Monitor May 2012 - St. James School fifth graders dared to say “no” to drugs and alcohol as they completed the 10-week D.A.R.E. program offered by the Red Bank Police Department.
WordMasters Challenge Top Honors to SJS Students (pdf)
The Monitor May 2012 - Two St. James School, Red Bank students recently achieved top honors in the WordMasters Challenge national language arts contest for students grades three through eight.
SJS 4th Grade Clothing Drive (pdf)
The Monitor April 2012 - Fourth grade students conducted a clothing drive for the Red Cross in Monmouth County for distribution.
In the Spirit of Dr Seuss (pdf)
The Monitor March 2012 - In honor of Red Across America Week and the 108th birthday of Dr. Seuss, students at Saint James School, Red Bank, celebrated by reading the renowned books, dressing up in themed costumes and enjoying culinary goodies inspired by the stories.
St James Preschool Celebrates Dr Seuss (pdf)
The Monmouth Journal March 2012 - As part of Read Across America Day, 3- and 4-year-old students at St. James Preschool celebrated the life and legacy of the nation's most beloved children’s book writer, Theodor Seuss Geisel, who wrote under the pen name Dr. Seuss.
Students Join Locks of Love And Pantene Great Lengths To Go A Cut Above For A Worthy Cause (pdf)
The Journal March 2013 - Michaela, Mia, Lindsay, and Kayla - all third grade Saint James students - decided to cut their long beauti­ul hair to give back to others who needed their help.
St James Student Scores Highest Honors in WordMasters Challenge (pdf)
The Monmouth Journal Feb 2012...A student representing St. James School recently won highest honors in this year’s WordMasters Challenge — a national language arts competition entered by over 220,000 students annually, which consists of three separate meets held at intervals during the school year.
St James Polar Plungers (pdf)
The Journal February 2012 - On Sunday, January 8, a group of fearless Saint James School students, parents, friends, and their own principal, Mr.William Cardone, took part in the sixth annual Polar BearPlunge of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Sea Bright.
St James Students Raise Money to Fight Breast Cancer (pdf)
The Journal December 2011 - Saint James School seventh grade students raise money for a local breast cancer charity.
Saint James Student Collects Shoes For Missionary (pdf)
A sixth grade student answers call for help from a missionary in Guatemala City.