Service Projects 

“When my child goes to school, he serves God and he serves others. St. Joseph children’s sense of ‘self’ is quickly enhanced by their sense of community and service.” -A St. Joe Parent

Outreach Projects

Throughout the school year individual classrooms, as well as the student body as a whole, participate in a number of outreach projects such as:
  • Toys for Tots donations as well as student assistance at the Voice for Clinton County Children distribution center for Christmas
  • Baby Blankets made for the Baby Pantry
  • Can food drive at Thanksgiving for the local food bank
  • Socks donations for October
  • Rake leaves for local community shut ins
  • Lenten Money for various charities
  • Letters to local area First Responders
  • Placemats and letters to residents at the local assisted living centers
  • Fundraisers for local charities



Blue Jean Treat Day

Monthly students are allowed a day where they can attend school out of the dress code. This coincides with a treat sale during their lunch period. The parents of children in a particular classroom are notified when it is their turn to furnish treats that are sold to the students for 25 cents. The money that is raised is donated to a charity of the classroom’s choosing.




Service Organizations

Additionally our students have the opportunity to become involved in several service organizations which help them to develop an early appreciation for volunteerism.
Service Squad: Students in grades four, five and six are encouraged to volunteer for a variety of responsibilities. Among these are: assisting teachers after school, helping in the lunch room, working in the computer lab, and helping to deliver messages from the office.