Through a partnership with the Philadelphia Beekeepers Guild, St. James School’s campus is now home to thousands of bees. Since fall 2013, the guild has hosted a number of member beekeping sessions on campus open to interested staff and students. We now have four beekepers in re
n Wednesday April 30, over 85 guests attended Pick the Perfect Bite, a special fundraiser sponsored by Di Bruno Bros. and the first of a series of creative — and delicious –– events hosted by Di Bruno Bros. to raise funds for the Neighborhood Kitchen at St. James Sch
The 3rd Annual Feast Day of St. James the Less was celebrated at St. James School on Wednesday, May 7. Students, staff and guests began the special day in front of the school house at 12:30pm and started off a procession around the neighborhood. With several paintings and drawings of
On April 26, students performed their first school play, a musical version of Pinocchio. This is thanks to a partnership with the Missoula Children’s Theatre (a group our own Ms. Annie Lerew once worked for) and the Diocese Office of Family and Young Adult Ministries. The Missou
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