congratulations to our sjs 2020 graduates!

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welcome to Saint Joseph School


2020 - 2021 classroom supply lists


recent news:  SJS Pandemic reopening plan 2020 - 2021


the archdiocese of newark has announced that the hspt assessment will not be adminsitered for 2020-2021. 

Summer office Hours begin wednesday june 16th: Monday - Thursday 8am - 3pm. Closed Fridays.

click here to read a letter about how to talk to children about covid-19

click here to read about child crisis help from nj's system of child care


Click here to visit the new jersey state parent link for covid-19 updates and resources (posted 4/22/20)


Click here to read a message (4/1/20) from cardinal tobin about spiritual closeness

Click HERE for updated (3/26/20) information from NJDOH about covid-19

Click here for updated (3/23/20) information from the NJDOH about covid-19


watch this video to learn more about the prevention of flu and viruses

Click here to review information from the NJ Department of Health about the coronavirus.

Click here for the Principal's March 6th letter about covid-19

MISSION STATEMENT

A 2011 National Blue Ribbon School, Saint Joseph School is a faith community for students in grades PreK3-8 that provides Catholic/Christian education within the context of a parish sponsored school. Saint Joseph School offers both self-contained classrooms and a departmental structure, with an emphasis on student achievement, discipline, and maintaining a child-centered environment. Strong academic outcomes are fostered as well as a commitment to Catholic values, personal responsibility, and the continued development of each student’s potential. 


Saint Joseph School has been providing excellent Catholic education to students for more than 75 years. Please take some time to explore the links and find out more about the school community, where students learn, serve, lead, and succeed in a faith-based environment!  


Saint Joseph School is located at 305 Elm Street in Oradell, New Jersey. The school is accredited by Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and is a member of the National Catholic Educational Association. For more information about Saint Joseph’s School, please call (201) 261-2388.