FJVD Weekly Info

We Live the Word!

From the Principal's Desk

Dear Father Doyle Families,

We have completed our second full week of school!

With the initial teaching of routines and procedures complete, it's incredible to see the work our students are completing in these early weeks of the school year. If you were walking the halls this week you would see students learning new sight words in 1st grade, reading maps in 4th grade, and exploring the works of St. Thomas Aquinas in middle school. Not to mention others beginning their first novel studies, tackling geometry problems, and practicing their conversational Spanish. Great work, everyone!

Also, thank you to all who came out to join us for our 8th Annual Car Show and Vendor Fair this past weekend! We were once again blessed with a beautiful day, and it was wonderful to see so many families together enjoying this spectacular event. A special thank you to all of our staff, parent, and community volunteers who make this event possible! Check out a few photos below!

Check out additional announcements and information below:

Walkathon 2022 - Fundraising Continues - THANK YOU!

Our annual Walkathon is scheduled for Tuesday, September 27th, and I'm thrilled to share that we have already raised over $10,000 towards supporting student needs including textbooks, learning programs and materials, and upgrades to our outdoor recess space! Last year, we were able to transform our Learning Center into an amazing space for use by all of our students, and we look forward to more improvements in the year ahead. Thank you so much for your support! To donate, click here:

To volunteer at this year's Walkathon, sign up here! Even an hour or two to cheer on our walkers is appreciated!

SPARK Business Academy Programs- Information and Schedule Changes

Our SPARK Business Academy programs are starting up next week! Based on enrollment, please note the following changes:

Little Inventors and Junior Inventors has been modified into a K-4 Program beginning Thursday, September 22nd. If you registered for either program, there is no need to re-register!

The My 1st Hot Cocoa Stand for students in grades 5-8 is moving to Wednesdays and is still looking for registrants! The new start date for the program will be Wednesday, September 28th. If your 5th-8th grade student is interested, you can register here: My 1st Hot Cocoa Stand

Before School Care & Drop-Off Remidner

A friendly reminder that, in order to ensure appropriate supervision, students arriving at school prior to 7:40am must report to morning care, which begins at 7:00am. The cost for Morning Care is $4 per day; $2.00 for siblings and you will receive a monthly bill the first week of the following month. Thank you!

Lastly, a reminder that Friday, September 23rd is an 11:30am dismissal day due to faculty & staff trainings. Dismissal will begin at 11:30am, and busses will run at that time. There is no extended day care on Friday, 9/23. Thank you!

Don't forget to keep scrolling below for photos and more information! Have a great weekend! God bless, and Go Saints!


Mr. Peloquin

The Mission of Father John V. Doyle School is to provide students with a solid, well-rounded education based on Roman Catholic Tradition.

We live the Word of God in a caring, safe, and nurturing environment.

Snapshots from the Week

Academic Calendar and Other Documents

Virtue Corner

Information & Materials for the Virtues in Practice Program in September

Virtue of the Month: Faith - believing in God and all He has revealed.

Saint(s) of the Month:

  • PK-2: St. Martha
  • 3-5: St. Jerome
  • 6-8: St. Augustine

Home Projects for the Month of September:

Home projects are broken down by grade level groupings. These are not required and rarely involve a material project, but rather include an opportunity to discuss and practice the virtues as a family. You can find the home projects for the Month of September here.

Thank You to Our Partners in Education!

For more information on our Partners in Education Program go to

Stay Connected

About Us

The Mission of Father John V. Doyle School is to provide students with a solid, well-rounded education based on Roman Catholic Tradition.

We live the Word of God in a caring, safe, and nurturing environment.