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  • Academic excellence. Spiritual growth.

  • Academic excellence. Spiritual growth.

  • Academic excellence. Spiritual growth.

  • Academic excellence. Spiritual growth.

Recent News

  • SKATE NIGHT is Coming Feb. 7

    skate night1.jpg SPS Family Fun! 3rd annual “Winter Family Fun Night” Once again, the SPS PTA is sponsoring a private skate event the ProSkate Arena in Monmouth Junction. Save the date for Saturday, February 7th from 5-7pm! The cost is $10 per person and includes rink admission and skate rental for the two-hour event. Last Year's event was attended by over 150 Saint Paul’s students and their families from grades PK3 to 8. PK 4 was the winner of a free dress-down day for being the class with the most participation (thanks to Mr. Chiaravalloti). Register here Join us again, or for the first time, this year! Questions, contact Lisa Ortiz-Vilarelle (ortiz@tcnj.edu)

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  • VOTE! ROAR's Bi-annual Lion's Pride Award

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    Make your voice heard – vote for this year’s first of the Bi-Annual ROAR Lion’s Pride Awards. The Lion’s Pride is ROAR’s formal recognition award to be given out bi-annually during each school year (typically in January and June). We want your help to find that special, exception staff member to honor. The award was named after a pride of lions, which is a close-knit community working together towards the common good. ROAR is now looking to find those candidates who work towards St. Paul community’s common good and who go above and beyond for our school and students.

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  • School Wide Advent Service Projects

    In the spirit of giving, the SPS students participated in a school-wide Advent service project. Students in grades Kindergarten - 8th grade shared their talent, time and love by making various Advent or Christmas themed cards and crafts/ ornaments.

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  • Mass Participation

    The music for the First Friday Masses has been a little different this year than in previous years. In order to encourage fuller participation in our school masses by students of all ages, we have been selecting hymns that are both familiar to students and easy to sing. We have also repeated selections from month to month so that students recognize them.

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Upcoming Events

Mon Nov 17

St. Paul’s Winter Athletics Registration 2014

Where: St. Paul's Catholic School
When: 12:00pm - 12:59pm Thru: 1/15/2015
Mon Dec 22

Class Parties

Tue Dec 23

11:45 Dismissal - No Aftercare

Blessing of the Nativity

Where: St. Paul Church
When: 9:30am - 10:30am
Wed Dec 24

Christmas Eve