Afterschool sports postponed until further notice.
BIRTHDAY GREETINGS For the MONTH of MAY
June 1st- Chloe A., Julia S.
June 3rd- Summer T., Jarred K., Carly O., Lucy A.
June 6th- Rylan H., Jacob O.
June 8th - Nathan P.
June 9th- Katie Marie B., Hunter T., Ryder L.A.
June 11th- Noah L.
June 14th- Alyssa B., Jordyn W.
June 15th- Danielle H., Mia S.
June 16th- Jorja B., Kayden A.
June 17th - Leila F.H.
June 21st- Emily S.
June 22nd- Paige A.
June 23rd- Ryan B.
June 24th- Desmond L.A., Lexi H., Avery L., Isaac S.,
June 25th- Casey C.
June 27th- Nathan H.
June 28th- Trysten B., Lee L.
NEWS & EVENTS
CHECK HERE FOR UPDATES, ACTIVITIES AND BIRTHDAYS WHILE SCHOOL IS SUSPENDED DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS: SPRING 2020
wideopenschools.org has a wealth of online learning tools for students and families created with our current situation in mind. Check it out!
Hey students, have a great site or activity that you would like to share on our website?? Send it along to Mr.S. and he'll get it done!!
Click HERE for free Distance Learning Plans for K-2 Students and their families!
Click HERE for the Canadian Olympic School Program Activity Calendar (requires registration/login)
For Parents and Students, NL Public libraries is a great place to register, get your library card, and access free online books and activities. Check it out. Once you have your card you can login to the Digital Library to access their collection of ebooks, audiobooks and other resources.
Check out our District's new home learning website ! It's being updated regularly!!
Click HERE for some downloadable activity sheets from the Terry Fox Foundation
Interested in Gardening? Visit kidsgardening.org
Visit us on our school's Facebook page for regular updates on happenings at our school and community!
Click HERE for the memo on Headlice.
Click HERE for the CafZone Information letter.
The community of St. James Elementary School is committed to providing a caring environment, developing the qualities of self-esteem, creative thinking,, a love for learning, and a respect for self and others, realizing that quality education is an individual lifelong process involving physical, spirital, emotional, and social development to produce happy, responsible citizens.
It is the vision of SJE that all students entrusted to our care will develop as well rounded individuals with inquiring minds, healthy bodies, respect for the environment, a caring attitude and a desire to be productive citizens in an adult world.