Catholic Schools Week is a national event held annually to celebrate the benefits of a Catholic education. This week, St. John Fisher School joined Catholic schools all over the country to express their love for God, their country, and their families.
Hearts all over the country were breaking with the news of the horrific helicopter accident that claimed the lives of nine southern California residents on Sunday, January 26.
Our sixth and seventh grade students have been working hard on their Science Fair projects since October under the guidance of their science teacher, Mrs. Gurrola and Jeanine Hoffman, school parent and engineer by
Last week the 5th grade classroom was transferred into an Italian pizzeria! Students arrived at school on Wednesday to find checkered tablecloths, red and white decor, Italian flags and balloons adorning their entire
Our annual dinner / dance, Live and Silent Auction is the school’s largest fundraiser, and offsets a portion of the school’s operating expenses without significantly raising tuition. We are so
St. John Fisher fifth graders have been reading Wonder by RJ Palacio as a read aloud, and using it as a mentor text for the last five years. Teacher, Mrs. Kroeger, considered using another book when
In response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian, St. John Fisher School is raising money to support relief and rebuilding efforts in Treasure Cay, Abacos Islands. A friend of one of our faculty members has personally been
After a restful Christmas break, the students in Transitional Kindergarten at St. John Fisher School are enthusiastic to learn about the content for this week. This week, the students are
For several decades, second grade students at St. John Fisher School have participated in the Ara Coeli Mass, the 6:00pm Mass on Christmas Eve. This Mass is named for an ancient church