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St. John Fisher School Gives Back to Those in Need

The St. John Fisher students have started the school year in a generous spirit of service to others. The eighth grade spear-headed a “Tools for School” drive. Students in grades TK-8 were invited to donate extra school supplies

Irish Dance is Back at SJF!

Come join us for this 8 week program, where SJF students will learn the basics of Irish Dance in a fun and energetic environment while dancing to traditional Irish Music! Registration is open and classes begin September 21st, and will be held every Tuesday after

A New School Year Begins!

Principal Anne-Marie Hudani proudly welcomed families back to campus on August 23rd, marking the start of a new school year here at St. John Fisher Parish School. Student Council members greeted families with welcome banners and warm smiles. Parents enjoyed

SJF Cross Country Team is RUNderful!

St. John Fisher is now offering Cross Country training for students in 4th grade and up. The team, coached by SJF parent Michael Diehl, is Co-Ed, and currently has over forty members! With the help of parent volunteers, practice

Student Soar at the South Coast Botanic Garden

This month Kindergarten has been learning about Butterflies. We have studied their life cycle, parts of a butterfly, how to distinguish them from moths and so much more. We have really enjoyed watching videos and

SJF Returns to Campus

All the grades at SJF have returned to campus ready to serve and to be the light for others. Our eighth graders hosted the first school Mass of 2021 on March 30th, celebrated by Msgr. Sork. The Mass reflected our Catholic Schools Week’s theme of “Be the Light.” We

Welcome Back Students

The past year has been a challenge for all of us. It is a joy walking along the hallways and hearing laughter coming from the classrooms. Students are overjoyed to have the opportunity to see and play with their classmates and interact with their teachers! St. John

Masada Fortress

As part of the Sixth Grade Social Studies Curriculum, students are studying the Ancient Israelites. During the past few weeks, students have analyzed the environment, the history of the Israelites, and their interactions with neighboring societies.

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