St Jude school
Graduates from St. Jude include federal ministers, professionals, tradespeople and hardworking homemakers and community builders. Many of our students return to express their feelings of love and sense of community.
Our school is dedicated to St. Jude, one of the 12 Apostles. He has been known as the “helper of the hopeless” or the "saint of the impossible”. This year, our school commissioned an honour roll. It was installed in October and blessed by Auxiliary Bishop Prendergast S.J. on the occasion of his pastoral visit. Images of St. Jude and St. Francis are part of the honour roll which also includes a prayer to St. Jude and a prayer to St. Francis of Assisi in English, Spanish and Italian--constant reminders that all things are possible with God.
There are many co-curricular activities and programs organized at St. Jude. Students are involved in sports, arts and crafts, drama and music activities. In addition, there is a chess club and a W5H team. Our athletic program has reached incredible heights over the years and continues to succeed! Unfortunately, our school does not have a field to encourage more active co-curricular activity. Our yard is quite large but consist of uneven pavement and a broken basketball net.
Our mission is to ENRICH. EMPOWER. EXCEL. and to enhance every student’s education at St. Jude.
Parks we work in:
- St Jude school park
Things we do:
- adopt-a-tree program
- community garden
- visual arts
We're looking for volunteers in these areas:
- Occasional volunteers