• Boy Scouts and What They Do For Us
  • Eighth Grade Leaving Saint John School
  • 2017 Countywide Spelling Bee
  • Ninja Warrior Competition
  • Speak Up 5K
  • Boy Scouts and What They Do For Us

    Boy Scouts and What They Do For Us

    Dante Szepesy and Dillon Tarle

    May 18, 2017

    Many students might be surprised to hear that Saint John's has its own Boy Scout troop. Saint John's troop, their official name being Troop 776, has provided much needed items to the school like the sheds and the gaga pit down at the field. Troop 776 helps the parish by acting as ushers and improving...

    A Boy Scout planning meeting decides the Troop's activities for the next month.

    Dante Szepesy

  • Eighth Grade Leaving Saint John School

    Eighth Grade Leaving Saint John School

    Hannah Elliott and Nora Russell

    May 18, 2017

    As the third trimester begins, it also is the time for eighth graders to start thinking about their high school choices. There are a variety of schools students will be attending next year such as Cathedral Catholic High School. La Costa Canyon, San Dieguito Academy, Sage Creek, Carlsbad High School,...

    Hannah Elliott

  • 2017 Countywide Spelling Bee

    2017 Countywide Spelling Bee

    Caroline Fields and Izze Zimmerman

    May 18, 2017

    The competitive Saint John School spelling bee takes place every year within sixth, seventh and eighth grades. First, the competition starts with a class spelling bee. Eight students as well as two alternates from each middle school classroom are then selected to participate in the schoolwide spelling...

    Photo of Christian Garcia at 2017 Countywide Spelling Bee.

    Natalie Garcia

  • Ninja Warrior Competition

    Ninja Warrior Competition

    Abigail McQuaid and Thomas Salzar

    May 16, 2017

    The annual Teacher Time event at Saint John School hosted the first Ninja Warrior Competition. This event took place on April 5. The students had lunch and a little bit of free time and then proceeded to spend the rest of time doing fun competitions against other teams. There were many small teams of...

    The obstacle course ready for the Saint John American Ninja Warriors to conquer. and first grader Sasha Canedy get ready for their run on the obstacle course by eating their lunches made by the staff.

    Abby McQuaid

  • Speak Up 5K

    Speak Up 5K

    Dante Szepesy and Dillon Tarle

    May 16, 2017

    Teen depression is a serious problem happening every day. In an assembly that middle school attended in March, Jonathan Gallagher discussed depression and anxiety in teens. This assembly also went into further detail on the Speak Up 5K, which was held on Sunday, April 2. Mr. Gallagher, a Saint John...

    The Speak Up 5K starts off with a bang.

2017 Countywide Spelling Bee

2017 Countywide Spelling Bee

Caroline Fields and Izze Zimmerman

The competitive Saint John School spelling bee takes place every year within sixth, seventh and eighth grades. First, the competition starts with a class spelling bee. Eight...

May 18, 2017No Comments

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World Baseball Classic Hits Petco Park this Spring, as well as Opening Day

Christain Garcia, Reporter

The World Baseball Classic is the 22nd annual tournament including teams for all over the world. Many Saint John School students have been wondering about this tournament,...

May 18, 2017No Comments

Super Bowl LI

Super Bowl LI

March 30, 2017

Favorite Olympic Sports

January 19, 2017

José Fernandez

José Fernandez

January 17, 2017

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Being Bilingual

Being Bilingual

Mia Humphrey and Antonia Pareja

Being bilingual means to be able to speak a second language. There are a number of people at Saint John School who are bilingual. Some people are more comfortable speaking...

May 23, 2017No Comments

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Backward Capacity for the X-Box

Marcelo Rull and Dillon Tarle

The Xbox 360 was one of the most successful videogame consoles, yet with the Xbox One, the question has been asked about backwards compatibility between the systems. Many...

May 18, 2017No Comments

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