Daily lunch options include: a daily special, fresh fruit bowls, salads, sandwiches, yogurts, desserts, milk, flavored drinks, and more. Hot Soups and Chili are served seasonally.
Food items may be purchased by students using a credit card, debit card, or a prepaid card. You can purchase prepaid, non-chargeable cards for your student/s in the amounts of $25, $50 & $100 in the front office using cash, check, or card (card charges a convenience fee). Another option is to purchase a rechargeable card at your local grocer or super center and to reload it at your convenience. Hot lunch menus are available to order from every two months. Items to choose from on the lunch menu include Chick-Fil-A, Javier's, Panda Express, Papusas, and Taboo Pizza.
To plan accordingly for charging, please be aware that item pricing for individual items ranges from 50 cents up to $4.
In the event that students cannot produce sufficient funds, they will be allowed TWO courtesy lunches per semester (consisting of a PB&J and chips).
Food items can also be purchased with cash or card from our variety of vending machines. Candy, soda, juices & energy drinks can be purchased from vending machines only.
The Saint Joseph Parent Association (SJPA) exists to support our students, faculty, staff and community. Upon enrollment of your high school student(s) every parent is considered a member of SJPA. The SJPA board meets the second Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. in the conference room next to the Evans Theater, but with a few exceptions--consult school calendar for exact dates. Parents are always invited and encouraged to attend.
2020-21 Saint Joseph Parent Association
Ann Wakefield, President
Kim Schmeling, Vice President
Jill Bergovy, Treasurer
Bridget Ortiz, Secretary
General contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
SJPA activities are a great way to earn PIP hours while staying involved with student events. We are currently seeking 2020/2021 volunteers for Drive in for Donuts, teacher luncheons, the 12 Days of Christmas and our Spring Flower Basket fundraiser. If you would like to volunteer, please contact Ann Wakefield at
email@example.com. You can also attend a SJPA meeting to learn about other volunteer opportunities throughout the school year.
Saint Joseph Catholic High School Boosters is a decades-old group (past and present parents) that organizes and holds four events throughout the year for the benefit of the SJCHS athletics program.
You can give your child and all the children of SJCHS a strong experience in athletics by attending these fun events - which directly increase the school's budget for all types of team needs. You may also wish to get involved and join them at their meetings and help organize an event or two - maybe even become an officer, as all of the responsibilities are divided so it isn't such a big task for any one person/couple.
his year's officers are: Joe & Nancy Tomon, president
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Saint Joseph Catholic High School believes that the education of our students is a partnership with our families. We encourage parent involvement through our Parent Involvement Program (PIP). The program is an opportunity for each family to help us accomplish our common goals in providing a solid Catholic education, in a healthy, safe and attractive environment for academic success.
Each family with a student enrolled at Saint Joseph Catholic High School is required to volunteer Twenty (20) PIP hours each year with an additional four (4) hours per additional student also attending the school. PIP may be completed any time between June 1st and May 31st for a particular school year.
PIP hours must be completed no later than the last week of May each year with PIP Logs turned in to the school on or before that time. Parents and extended family, who are 18 years of age and older, may volunteer PIP hours for the family.
Volunteer hours count towards PIP hours if the activity directly benefits Saint Joseph Catholic High School. Community service to other non-profit organizations, while charitable, does not count toward the SJCHS PIP requirement. Families will find many opportunities to fulfill PIP hours in all areas of school life. These will be communicated periodically through the JayHawk Newsletter and E-Blasts. The JayHawk Newsletter includes a running calendar of activities and events and details on activities calling for volunteers.
A family may choose to not volunteer their PIP commitment and instead pay the value of their contractual time. The value of 20 hours work time is $500. Because PIP is part of the contractual agreement of the school, this payment is not considered a donation.
If a parent’s business or profession is one that could provide a service to the school, please consider offering the product or giving the service in fulfillment of PIP hours. Once PIP has been fulfilled for the school year, volunteering these products/services will then become tax deductible and a receipt for taxes may be obtained from the advancement office.
Reporting Parent Service Hours
When PIP hours are completed, the PIP Log should be turned into the front office. The school is responsible for publicizing opportunities for PIP. It is the parents’ responsibility to volunteer for the activities of their choice. We encourage parents to become involved in the SJCHS community according to their interests and talents.
Unfulfilled PIP Requirements
Parents who choose not to honor their contracted commitment are billed $25.00 per hour not volunteered at the end of the school year.
Click here for a PIP Log to track your volunteer hours.
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