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St. Joseph the Protector School

Empowered by Faith ~ Achieving now and tomorrow

 

From our Principal

Mrs. Farren

School Events

 


News

Message from Mrs. Farren
more Dear Parents and Families of St. Joseph the Protector School, Please look next week for a new edition of Monday's Memo. Here a few updates...
The Book Fair is Here!
more Find out more about the book fair on the library page. Order your books online here...
Open House Information
more Our two Open House Dates are November 7th and December 8th. View the postcard for more information....
Monday Memo from Mrs. Farren Oct. 30th
more Read the news from Mrs. Farren....
Monday Memo from Mrs. Farren Oct. 23rd
more Click to see the Monday Memo on October 23rd....
Kevins Koats
more Read the flyer for more information. Don't forget to have your coats in by Nov. 11th!...
RSVP Needed for Trunk or Treat by October 18th
more Make sure you RSVP for Trunk or Treat!...
Monday Memo from Mrs. Farren
more Read the Monday Memo from Mrs. Farren on October 9th....
Monday Memo from Mrs. Farren
more Read the Oct. 2nd Monday Memo from Mrs. Farren...
Monday Memo from Mrs. Farren
more Read the Monday Memo from Mrs. Farren....

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Messages from the Principal!

2017-18 Monday Memo from Mrs. Farren

Oct. 23rd

Oct. 9th

Oct. 2nd

Sept. 25th

Sept. 18th

2017-18 Summer Communications and Newsletters

August 24th - Parent Meeting Agenda

August 17th - New Principal

August 13th - Looking Ahead

August 6th - Communication

July 27th - Dress Code

July 27th - School Hours

July 27th - Discipline

July 20th - Academics

July 13th - Principal Search

July 6th - School Calendar

July 1st - Introduction Letter

June 25th - Parent Meeting Information

June 13th - Message to the StJP Community

 


About Mrs. Farren

  • ALT NAME

    Mrs. Farren

    Principal

    AFarrenl@stjpschool.org

    About

  • A little information...

    Mrs. Alicia Farren earned a Masters of Arts degree in Education, with dual Certification in General Education K-6 and Special Education K-12 from LaSalle University. Before entering the classroom, she served as Director of Institutional Advancement at John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School.  Mrs. Farren's first few years as a classroom teacher were in the School District of Philadelphia.  Following that, she worked for 10 years in Central Bucks School District in both regular education and special education classrooms. While in CBSD, she was appointed to the Principal’s Advisory Committee and served as the Special Education Facilitator. During the past two years, her role at StJP was to create and implement an Instructional Support Team. This experience, in particular, has allowed her to see all facets of the school. Mrs. Farren believes that the breadth and depth of her experience in education, being a parent of four StJP students, and her interaction with StJP faculty and staff provide her with the necessary foundation to help the school as the Principal.