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

Good day from St. Joes. Spring is in the air, and I hope that you found some time over the weekend to get outside and enjoy the extended daylight hours that accompany this energizing and hopeful time of year. With the successful full return of our students, the Campus is alive with genuine excitement, and we are poised for a joyous and unifying final marking period.

We have an action-packed week of learning and fellowship ahead which includes a Sophomore Class Retreat today, Pizza and Prayer, and a New Parent Meeting (Class of 2025) on Wednesday evening. As you well know, St. Joes is proudly and fittingly regarded as a loving and caring community – a large family. All families experience wonderful moments together and endure challenges and heartbreak, yet they remain positive and together. To that end, we will continue to experience isolated student cases of COVID-19, however, our meticulous contact tracing protocol has repeatedly confirmed that the cases are not originating within the school. A successful and sustained return to full in-person learning is contingent upon collective adherence to the safety plan, our community pledge, and partnership agreement. This is a Cadet family endeavor and we can do this! We are St. Joes – stronger and more successful together!

I will continue to pray for you each day and wish the entire SJ family peace, good health and happiness. Have a wonderful week and thank you.

In Faith and Fellowship,
David J. Klein
Athletics Updates!
Girls Varsity Basketball
A well-deserved shout out to our Varsity Girls Basketball for their impressive win (37-32) on Saturday over Fairfield-Ludlowe. The team will compete versus Ridgefield at 7PM (away) on Wednesday in the FCIAC semifinals – congratulations and good luck ladies!
Cheers to our SJ Varsity Cheerleaders for placing 4th in their virtual competition this weekend!

We are thrilled to see the girls in action during this very unique year!

Congratulations ladies!
Boys Varsity Ice Hockey
And don't forget to cheer on Boys Varsity Ice Hockey today, Monday, March 22nd as they take on Greenwich in the quarterfinals of the FCIAC Division I Tournament.
Let's go, St Joes!
Senior Spotlights:
Lily Batista (left) & Julia Appel (right) will both be attending Sacred Heart University in the Fall. Congratulations, Cadets!