New Playground

Students were very excited to have the dedication ceremony for the new playground.

Living Stations

4th and 5th grade students performed the the Living Stations of the Cross.

5th Grade Law Day

5th grade students from St. Joseph School and Winona Public School were given the opportunity to participate in a mock trail at the Logan County District Court. Judge Mark Temaat walked the students through the process of a court process.

5th Grade Trip

St. Joseph School 5th grade students and 5th grade students from Sacred Heart Catholic School in Colby spent a weekend in Denver. They went to a hockey game, toured the St. John Vianney Seminary and toured the Mother Cabrini Shrine. They also enjoyed games at Dave N' Busters and Jump Street. It was a good time to enjoy fellowship with other local Catholic School students.

Painting the Flag Pole

The flag pole was recently given a face lift.

Students Teach Father

4th grade students teach Father Pfannenstiel how to use the new Chrome Books.  

2017 Carnival

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Catholic Schools Week 2017

Students at St. Joseph School students have had an exciting week. Catholic Schools week is here and the activities have given the students and staff an opportunity to celebrate. Sunday was a day to celebrate our Parish. Parents' Club provided a potatoe bar, lending an opportunity for fellowship and fun. Monday was a day to celebrate our community. Students sang for the residents at the Logan County Manor. Tuesday was a day to celebrate vocations. Students wrote letters to Seminarians and made vocations posters for the Knights of Columbus poster contest. Wednesday was a day to celebrate our Faith. Our students joined the students at Sacred Heart Catholic School. They enjoyed activites, lunch and a Mass celebrated with Bishop Weisenburger. Thursday was a day to celebrate our students. Students dressed up for Jesus. Parishioners joined the students for breakfast and pizza was served by the Parents' Club. Friday is a day to celebrate our nation. Students will draw pictures and write letters to the men and women serving our country. The Knights of Columbus will also be serving hamburgers for lunch.