Mrs. Braun is a real dedicated teacher. She goes above and beyond for her students. She spends time before, during and after school to ensure her students are learning to the best of their abilities. She is in constant contact with the families to ensure every child is successful. She is a wonderful, caring teacher that has enhanced my son's love of reading this year.
Thank you Mrs. Braun for all you do!
This is one if the best schools around. The entire school community is kind, caring and compassionate. Sending our child here was the BEST decision we made! Everyone from the director down to the cafeteria workers truly love the children. Love the Christ-centered education they provide. Thank you SJGS !
Poor kids don't have a playground to play on. All worried about the way u look not how
Much you learn. The older grades they have lockers with names and just babyish stuff. It's nothing like a real middle school for these kids to grow. The assistant princaple is selfish and rude. Not a school I recommend there's nothing fun to let the kids grow. The poor kindgergarteners get 10 minutes outside and 30 minutes lunch! Who does that!!! It's ridiculous!! No markers in school? Still got the old chalk boards!!! Please send your kids to the public school it is much better!!!!
I do not think the school offers and developed honesty integrity and fairness and students because the way it is so strongly focus on one thing which is mostly moneymaking and checking uniforms all the time on my poor kids it's not necessary for all these things to interrupt the academics because they should be learning how to teach correctly
The teachers at St. Joe's are really caring. We're a military family moving around from school to school. Catholic schools is one of the stabilities I can give my children. I must say from the review before this one I have encountered several problems with my one son in the lower grades, but the teachers, assist prinicipal Ms. "J", Ms."D"& Rainbow Group Ms."M" is an asset that can trumph the other things that happen here. Parents of some of the children might have them here for reasons other then the christian-catholic environment, for status or traditions, so they forget/or don't know what Catholic schools have as their center core values. My daughter is in 6th grade & having a fabulous year. What we learned as a familiy the schiool is only as good as it's community. The children are products of their homelife and as the saying goes a few bad apples can spoil the barrel. So, as for a school that is founded on catholic-christian morals, it would be a great place for a child to grow. Maybe your child can be the example of a well mannered, unspoiled catholic respectful student where ever you choose for them go to school