St. James School’s Community Christmas Celebration 2010 was nothing less than a success. With so many people in attendance (60+), and so many smiling children going home, we hope that our festivities brought a little Christmas cheer to all. The evening began at 5pm with Christma
Beginning in January, St. James School will offer a Monday to Thursday program and a Saturday morning program. New additions include: specialized music and art classes trips to the Krock Center for swimming and dance creative writing class We will continue homework help, Drop E
St. James School and our After School students celebrated the Feast of St. Nicholas with a lesson on the historic figure, as well as a “visit” from him. The lesson included a discussion about bishops, the origins of Santa Claus, and what is known about the li
The frigid weather didn’t keep volunteers away for our final service day of the year. We welcomed back friends from Church Farm School and welcomed new friends from Arch Street Presbyterian Church. The day started with a presentation by Dave Kasievich about the mission and visio
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