The fifth grade took a field trip to the Philadelphia Zoo, led by two wonderful docents Mr. Joe and Mr. D Mariano. The students were also joined by Al Cassidy and his son Grady, along with relatives of 5th grade teacher Ms. Lerew (her mom, sister Jenny and niece Arden).
The 2nd annual feast day of St. James the Less — the patron saint of St. James School and the Church of St. James the Less — was celebrated in grand style. The feast day was attended by staff, students, family members and supporters.
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