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Ms. Dembo Appointed to MAESA Board

We are delighted to announce that Ms. Dembo, Head of School, was appointed as a member of the Mid-Atlantic Episcopal School Association (MAESA) Board of Governors in June 2020.
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Virtual Bingo Night on 10/1

Join us online for a fun adults-only BINGO night from the comfort of your home! Prizes will be awarded and you will be entered to win a fabulous Door Prize! Ticket sale ends 9/29.
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Welcome our New Faculty Members!

We wish a warm welcome to our new faculty! From left to right: Sean McDonald (Kindergarten teacher), Marie Machin (Lower School Art Teacher) and Manuel Caceres (Spanish Teacher). We are very blessed to have such talented and dedicated faculty join our community.
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We are Open and Here for You!

SJPDS is planning to open for 100% in-person learning starting September 8, 2020 and we are also offering online and blended learning options. Our intentionally small class size is truly our superpower! This allows us to limit contact and track our students daily. It further allows us to offer personalized learning as we strive to meet the needs of all students. We are still accepting applications for the 2020-21 school year.

➡Apply now at https://www.stjohnspds.org/apps/pages/admissions or click "Read Full Story" to access the application page.
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Providing Exemplary Distance Learning!

Following campus closures, SJPDS immediately hit the ground running with our Distance Learning Program, ensuring our students' continued success. Click "Read full story" to learn about what we are doing to keep our students on track and about our fall campus return plan. Our Admissions Office is open (virtually) and we are still accepting applications for the 2020-21 school year.

"The daily zoom meetings and periodic specialist zooms have kept us feeling connected. I also appreciate the week's assignments being broken down by day. It doesn't feel overwhelming when it's laid out in that manner. This also helps my child take responsibility for completing their work. We've been impressed overall with the transition to distance learning." - Third Grade Parent

https://www.stjohnspds.org/apps/pages/distancelearning
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