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St. Joseph School offers a wide variety of in-school and extracurricular enrichment activities for students and families.
Students in grades 6th - 8th grade can participate in Service Council. Contact the school office for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students in grades 2nd - 8th grade can participate in Youth Choir. Practices are held once a week. Contact Gina Diece for further information email@example.com.
St. Joseph's 6th, 7th & 8th grade students are eligible to participate in Show Choir through Fort Atkinson Middle School. Contact Amanda Haas at firstname.lastname@example.org
More information coming soon!
Open to parish youth 4th-8th grade. Contact Chris May for more information at email@example.com
Band and orchestra is offered in cooperation with Fort Atkinson Schools in grades 5-8.
Contact Peter Finnegan at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Southern Wisconsin Catholic Grade School League (SWCGSL) athletic program is designed to promote sound physical, psychological, and social development of the athletes in an atmosphere of Christian values.
Resuming for Spring 2021!
The Art Enrichment Committee seeks to offer extraordinary experiences in the arts for all students at St. Joseph School. We expose each student to a wide variety of artists and artistic media as an integrated part of the school curriculum. Through art enrichment programming, we hope to bring an increased awareness of truth, goodness, and beauty into our school environment.
All of the current Art Enrichment Committee members are parent volunteers. We receive financial sponsorship and donations from the Home and School Association as well as individual donors. We have also received matching grants from employers and we are always seeking ways to fund the projects. All donations are acknowledged, appreciated, and well used!
Please contact Sally Koehler at 563-4503 for more information or to find out how you can help with next year's program.
For our “Year of Percussion” in 2019-2020, we welcomed percussionist Mark Powers for a week-long residency on West African drumming styles and a STOMP-style form of street music using everyday objects.