CAN I VISIT THE SCHOOL?
Absolutely! Email or call and we will schedule a time that works great for you.
DOES ST. JOSEPH PROVIDE ANY SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES?
We strive to meet every student need to the best of our ability. In collaboration with Fayetteville Public Schools, we do offer Title I and Speech Therapy in our building. Contact our principal to see how we may meet your child's needs.
DO STUDENTS WEAR UNIFORMS?
Yes, our students wear red, white, and blue uniforms. New uniforms with logos can be purchased from The Toggery. Used uniforms are available at the school.
WHEN CAN I DROP OFF AND PICK UP MY CHILD?
The building opens each day at 7:30, and students can go to the gym or library. Students report to class at 8:00, and the school day begins at 8:15.
3rd grade and below dismiss at 3:15. 4th grade and up dismiss at 3:30. After-school care is available until 5:45.
IS AFTER-SCHOOL CARE AVAILABLE?
After-school care is available each day until 5:45 at a cost of approximately $5 per day per child. Pre-K students remain in the Pre-K center, and all other students repot to the cafeteria. Students are given time to complete work, play games, and be active outside.
ARE ANY SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES AVAILABLE?
We strive to meet every student need to the best of our ability. In collaboration with Fayetteville Public Schools, we do offer Title I and Speech Therapy in our building. We are also a participant in the state's Succeed Scholarship program. Contact our principal to see how we may meet your child's needs.
IS FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE FOR TUITION?
We strive to make Catholic education affordable to all who seek it. While we strive to be as generous as possible, funds are limited and are typically only available to members of St. Joseph Parish. You may apply for assistance here. Some students are eligible for Succeed Scholarships from the state.
DOES ST. JOSEPH ACCEPT NON-CATHOLICS?
Absolutely! Catholic education has served children and families of all backgrounds for hundreds of years. Anyone who wishes to learn in the Catholic tradition and is able to uphold the mission of the school is welcome!