This weekend our High School and Junior High basketball teams participated in the 42nd Annual State Basketball tournament and 21st Annual Art Fair. We couldn't be more proud of our students, parents, and coaches! High School led by Coach Boyd and Coach Morelos finished in third place in the High School division. Junior High led by Coach Garcia and Coach Hueston finished in first place in the Junior High division and were voted the winners of the coveted John Martin Sportsmanship trophy. Ms. Pham's class also won first place for their "CAAELversation Hearts" art piece in the Young Artist category. We are proud of our staff for 100% attendance and support on both tournament days. #proudtobeaneagle #GoJA
Reminder that tomorrow is an early dismissal day and that there will be no school on Monday. School will resume on Tuesday, March 21st.
Attention parents/guardians: Monday, March 20th there will be no school. Please make note of this as it is not on our current calendar.
We're celebrating National #SSWweek2023! School Social Workers serve as the primary mental health providers for students and their families! We are so lucky and especially thankful to have two AMAZING social workers working with us at Joseph Academy. Special thank you to our clinical team, Mrs. Hammeleff and Ms. Nuñez for their continued support for our building and our students. Joseph Academy appreciates you!
We are looking to fill several positions starting in the Summer of 2023. As our school expands, we are looking for Special Education Teachers, a Speech & Language Pathology, and a social social worker. To apply, email resumes to Bob Malek at email@example.com.
Congratulations to our High School volleyball team, head coach Mr. Cross and assistant coach Mr. Avant on winning the 35th Annual Final Four Volleyball Tournament! The team won all six of their games played at the tournament coming in at first place! #goeagles
Staff and students gather around to show their school spirit on Flannel Friday!
After making s’mores, pies, pizza pockets… students are counting down the days until our next bonfire!
Students labeled plant cell organelles and defined their functions while putting together their edible plant models.
Monday was such a special day for Ms. Pham’s class! The classroom had a glow day and the students participated in all of their academics in the dark! From figurative language practice, cell organelle identification, and charting irrational and rational numbers on a number line… the students were very pleased and excited to participate in their academics in a new and engaging way!
Celebrating sportsmanship and incredible teamwork at 106 and 104’s first CAAEL flag football game!
Quarter 1 report cards and progress reports are in the mail. Please be on the lookout for these documents in the mail.
Our Joseph Academy staff members are promoting acts of kindness! Find us in our kind shirts every Thursday!
It’s beginning to feel a lot like fall! 🍂🍁Principal Malek set up a nice bonfire for the students to come down class by class, chat, and roast their own marshmallows to make s’mores! What a great way to end the week.
Ms. Pham’s class is learning about plant and animal cells in science! Here are a few of our outstanding colored animal cell diagrams!
Our illustrated names turned out amazing! The goal of this project was to illustrate the letters of their first name, nickname, or last name to express parts of your personality.
Ms. Pham's class is learning about the events leading up to the French Revolution. Last week's focus was understanding the three-estate system used until the French Revolution .
First full week of the 2022-2023 school year is down, and we celebrated with a back room school BBQ. Students got to grill their own hot dogs over a bonfire and mingle with their peers. We look forward to a great school year!
Ms. Pham and her class are so excited for all the adventure and learning we will have in 2022-2023 school year!
Can you save Fred?!?! This is a cooperative activity that has students work in pairs to save a hopeless gummy worm named Fred who has managed to capsize his boat and lose his life preserver. Working together, students must rescue Fred, turn his boat right side up, and put on his life preserver – all without hurting Fred or dropping him into the “lake.” This activity helps students develop teamwork, problem solving, communication, and fine motor skills.