Today is #GivingTuesday

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All donations made today will be matched dollar for dollar by an anonymous donor. Make your donation today by following this link: http://stjohn23school.org/support/ We appreciate any amount you are able to give! Students whose family donates at least $25 will be out of uniform the week of December 11-15, the WHOLE WEEK!

Giving Tuesday November 28, 2017

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  This year, on Tuesday, November 28, 2017, St. John XXIII Catholic School is blessed to be participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving. Donations of any amount, that one day only, to St. John XXIII Catholic School will be matched by an anonymous donor. To give to St. John XXIII Catholic School on November 28th, you may drop off cash … Read More

Support our school while you shop this holiday season!

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The best deals, free two-day shipping, AND a donation to your school? What could be better than that while holiday shopping? Every time you shop with this link: smile.amazon.com/ch/31-0836525 Amazon will make a donation to St. John XXIII Catholic School. Gift some wonderful presents and give back to your school at the same time!

Preschool Learns About Good Nutrition!

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“Preschool has made some astounding discoveries as we study ways to be healthy. First, we discovered there are many different kinds of foods and they are all different colors. We decided one way to be healthy = EAT A RAINBOW of foods! ​ We then investigated the amount of food that we eat. Using our “patented” HUNGRY AND FULL METERS, … Read More

St. John XXIII Alumni Sharing and Caring in the Community

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This message is from one of our alumni, who initiated his own GOFUNDME campaign to visit area nursing home residents who might not have families, and gift them little surprise bags of goodies at Christmastime. Several staff members and other alumni helped put the gift bags together, and visited with the residents as well. We are very proud of Ronnie, … Read More

Select 8th Grade Students Visit Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education; meet Dr. Bettina Love

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In February, a select group of 8th grade leaders attended the “Bystander to Upstander” Youth Leadership Summit at the Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education in Cincinnati. The aim of this annual summit is to empower youth to stand up in the face of injustice – to become “upstanders” – those who work for positive change in their communities. These 8th … Read More