St Joseph High School - A Catholic College Preparatory Community
Dear Friends,

Good morning and Happy Monday, St. Joes. I hope your family enjoyed the fabulous weekend weather. Today’s forecast indicates a continuation of this heatwave with temperatures expected near 90 degrees. To protect the safety and wellbeing of our students, St Joseph High School will implement a noon dismissal today, Monday June 7.
Last week, we proudly celebrated the extraordinary careers of our Seniors – Baccalaureate Mass, Senior Class Picnic, and the grand finale, Commencement. The ceremony on Saturday was outstanding, and the graduates and their family members were blessed with a beautifully sunny day. As expected, the Class of 2021 conducted themselves with impressive grace, respect, and sophistication at each of the aforementioned milestone events, further cementing their legacy of positive leadership. They are impressive young women and men who have countless gifts and great goodness to share with the world.

It is most evident that the SJ Senior Class cares deeply about one another and their school community as they embraced their final week together on Campus with joy and love in their hearts. It is my sincere hope that in this last week of the school year each Cadet take time to fondly reflect upon their SJ journey thus far, their accomplishments during this year of certain growth, and goals for the future. The Class of 2021 has paved a path of excellence for each class that now follows.

I ask that you include the members of the Class of 2021 in your prayers and intentions this week, and ask God to bless them and guide them in their pursuit of a joyous, spiritually fulfilling, and purpose driven life. As always, I will continue to include your family in my daily prayers. Thank you for your loyal partnership and have a wonderful week ahead.

In Faith and Fellowship,
David J. Klein