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Graduation BHS High school Senors came back to SJCS fo7 a breakfast honoring them. It was a funmorning re-commecting with former classmates and teachers before these young men and women go out into the world. Congratulations Graduates!  More pics from this day are on FaceBook (May 18th 10am)

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Lunch with a Teacher

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Several 4th grade students enjoyed a book club outing to Hideaway Pizza with Mrs. Rawlinson. Thank you to Mrs. Rawlinson for organizing such a fun auction item!

Students Enjoy
Lunch with their Teacher.
Winning Bids at the Gala Auction

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Father John Finishes 2nd in his division

Fr. John won Second Place in his division. It was really great to see all of the different builds - so many young people with vivid imagination and the ability to bring it to life. I am inspired to attempt some new builds in the future. You can view all the creations that won prizes through Friday /Saturday, April 29th and 30th at the library. Get your brick on!
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Miss Rhonda Cerveny shared this text from this musical evening:

St  John  Catholic School Students, plus area 5th graders participated in a magical performance with the Bartlesville Symphony called, “The Orchestra Sings.”  The concert is part of the BSO’s LinkUp program in partnership with Carnegie Hall which integrates within the local public and private school systems all over the country! Students sing, dance, and play recorder to beloved classical compositions like Beethoven’s Ode to Joy and the Shaker Tune, Simple Gifts. 

“We are pleased to be adding St. John Catholic School to our ever-growing state network. We have established a tradition of excellence with our whole school transformation model, which helps schools to think, plan and behave more creatively,” said Sandra Kent, executive director of OKA+ Schools Institute at UCO.

“Creating schools that work for everyone is our mission. The more schools we add to the network, the more students in Oklahoma will have access to an education integrated with arts, creativity and innovation, which instills critical thinking skills needed for success in their adult world.”

To be accepted into the OKA+ network, schools commit to a set of eight A+ Essentials, which they learn about through ongoing professional development provided by professional educators and artists, known as OKA+ Fellows.                MORE



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Candas K. is our Happy First Customer!

For a Copy of our republication honoring the 2002 publication of the "Sharing the Wealth Recipes and Remembrances"  Cookbook please contact:

 St. John Catholic School Office   (918) 336-0603

 or  St. John Before the Latin Gate Catholic Church Office (918) 336-4353

The donation is $20.00 ( or more ) to St, John Catholic School. 

Pick-up is available at the St John Catholic School office and soon at the Church office and gift shop.

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November / 2021  

The SJCS third grade students read "My Side of the Mountain" and Mrs. Rowlinson arranged a special experience to relate the students to this book at the Oxley Nature Center in Tulsa. The trip included a scavenger hunt, lunch and reviewed what they found in the scavenger hunt.

Thanks to Mrs. Rawlinson and the volunteers who transported the students.

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09/24/2021    Thank you Bishop Kelley High School staff for

coming to Bartlesville to visit with St. John Catholic School families?

We enjoyed:

Sister Mary Hanah Doak, RSM - Chief Operating Officer

Principal Jim Franz and Patti Bush, Dean of Admissions

Bishop Kelley provides a bus daily from Bartlesville to Bishop Kelley HS

for those students in the Bartlesville area.

St. John Catholic School News


The Eagle is our monthly student publication emailed privately to Faculty, Staff, and Parents of SJCS students

The Calendar page has the School Dates for the Year.

Events and dates of programs, clubs, and general importance are on the RenWeb online private calendar has more and requires a password. School Closings for inclement weather are posted on Facebook and at the bottom of the Welcome page

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