Bishop Cantú Visits St. Justin School

Bishop Cantú Visits St. Justin School

We were very blessed to have Bishop Cantú visit St. Justin School earlier this month. We started our day celebrating Mass together. Then he visited the classrooms, taking a look at the students’ work and answering their questions. He was also kind enough to stay for lunch and enjoyed a Mexican feast with the staff.  What an honor it was to have him spend the day with us! 

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Catholic Schools Week

Catholic Schools Week

It’s Catholic Schools Week, and St. Justin School has been abuzz the past several days! On Sunday we held our annual Open House and Book Fair. On Monday, representatives from Student Council celebrated mass with the rest of the Diocese of San Jose Catholic Schools at the beautiful Cathedral Basilica of St. Joseph. We also celebrated our parents, teachers, and students throughout the week. Catholic Schools Week is always a busy time at St. Justin...

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Geography Bee 2020

Geography Bee 2020

Last week, St. Justin students from grades 4-8 participated in the National Geographic Bee. Each year thousands of schools in the United States participate in the National Geographic Bee using materials prepared by the National Geographic Society. The contest is designed to encourage teachers to include geography in their classrooms, spark student interest in the subject, and increase public awareness about geography. Congratulations to Steven S. and Isaiah J., both from 8th grade, who placed in the top two spots in this year’s competition. We are incredibly proud of all the participants. They were well-prepared, answered difficult questions, and demonstrated poise under pressure! Way to...

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Spelling Bee News

Spelling Bee News

On Wednesday, January 8 we held our annual Scripps Spelling Bee. Please help us in congratulating seventh grader Melissa who was crowned our Spelling Bee champion. Third grader Hamsika did an amazing job as well and rightfully earned the runner up position. Thank you to the eighteen students from grades 3-8 who participated in the Spelling Bee this year. We are very proud of their outstanding performance and courage!

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