St. Joseph's Collegiate Newsletter

May 2021

Celebrating Catholic Education Week - May 10th-May 14th

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Please join us for a ZOOM High School Information Evening Wednesday, May 12th at 7:00pm. We will share an informational video and be available to answer any of your questions about high school at St. Joseph's Collegiate. Please join us at
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We will be hosting a ZOOM information evening for parents of current grade 8 students on Wednesday May 19th at 7:00pm to introduce you to St. Joseph's Collegiate. We are excited to welcome your children to our school! We will share an information about life at SJC and be available to answer any of your questions. The link is

Summer School

St. Joseph's Summer School will run from

July 5th to July 30th

(8:30am to 12:30 pm)

Math 10C runs from July 5th to July 30th and

Religion 25/35 runs from July 5th to July 20th

Fundraiser! Fundraiser! Fundraiser!

School Council Fundraiser

Thursday, April 1st, 12am to Thursday, May 13th, 11:45pm

This is an online event.

School Council is having a 50/50 Fundraiser that will run until May 13th 2021. Purchase your tickets ($2 each) on RaffleBox online at the link below. More details to follow after the Easter break.

Thank you for your support!

Welcome to SchoolCashOnline

Dear SJC Parents,

As we continue to deal with fallout from COVID-19, it is more important than ever that you register your student(s) in School Cash Online. This will help to avoid in-person cash and cheque transactions, as well as trips to the school where we are working hard to keep your children safe and healthy.

In addition, and just as important, ALL future payments and permission forms for field trips, bus fees, and sports teams, will now be handled through School Cash Online. It is secure and simple, and has been the preferred method of payment by Christ the Redeemer for the last few years. Credit cards and eCheques, as well as gift cards from the major credit card companies can be used.

Herel is a brochure with information and instructions on registering or adding your student(s) on School Cash. You will need your child’s Alberta Student Number (ASN) which can be found on their PowerSchool account, or by contacting the school office.

Although there haven’t been many fees to pay this school year, once extracurricular activities and field trips resume, ALL consent forms and related fees, will need to be completed through School Cash Online.

We are asking you to register your student(s) by April 21. If you have difficulties please do not hesitate to contact the school for assistance or call to set up an appointment.

Your cooperation is very much appreciated.

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SJC Art Class

The SJC Art Class is having an art walk in mid June that will showcase student art in multiple locations in downtown Brooks. Confirmed locations include the Steaming Cup, Brooks Grocery, Brooks Greenhouses, Earthy Eats, The Source for Sports, Progressions Music and more. Exact dates are to be determined. Stay tuned for more details soon.
SJC Yearbook

SJC Yearbook

Yearbooks now available to order!

The 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 yearbooks will be combined into one yearbook this year. While this year has proven to be complicated, we have managed to capture the special moments from the last two years.

If you want to peek at some of these unique moments, buy a yearbook for $30.00!

Purchase on School Cash or bring in a cheque or cash into the front office.

Cannot wait to share these memories with you.

SJC Volunteer Club

It was a busy start to the month for SJC. Our Volunteer club was able to deliver Easter gift baskets to residents at Newbrook Lodge and Sunrise Gardens. Miss. Mcinnis’ student volunteer group raised money, both in the school and from businesses in our community, that was used to buy and create supplies for the Easter baskets. On April 1st, the baskets were delivered to those whom, due to the pandemic, were unable to visit family during Easter. Thank you to all members of the volunteer club as well as those who supported this project. We continuously strive to be a community of students who exemplify Christ and extend a hand of friendship.

See the link below for upcoming events in May:

St. Joseph's Collegiate

Principal: Anita Burnett

Vice Principal: Andrea Schell