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Term 3 - 2019
Friday 1st - Book Week Celebrations
Monday 2nd - Dental Service Visit
Monday 2nd & 3rd - Music Camp
Wednesday 4th- Trent Barrett Shield League Tag / Rugby League (Yrs 3-4)
Monday 9th - Father's & Grandfather's Day
Friday 13th - Jackie Murphy Netball - Year 4/5
Sunday 15th - Sacrament of Confirmation
Friday 20th - Jackie Murphy - Year 6
Wednesday 25th - Friday 27th - Yrs 5-6 Excursion
Friday 27th- Last Day of Term 3
Friday 25th- Kinder Orientation
Thursday 31st - JHS Year 7 Orientation
Friday 1st- Kinder Orientation
Welcome to our Learning Community at St Joseph's Primary School, Junee.
St Joseph's is a Catholic School catering for boys and girls from Kindergarten to Year 6. We aim to provide a school that is striving for excellence in the Religious, Academic, Sporting and Cultural areas of education.
St Joseph's is located in picturesque grounds that enhance learning opportunities as well as providing a very safe environment.
It is our aim to create a sense of belonging that will nurture your child's growth and help create a healthy self-esteem, so necessary for learning. We hope that your child's association with St Joseph's is a long and happy one.
We hope you enjoy our website and we look forward to seeing you soon.
7 Vaughan Street, Junee.
Please view the map below for Pick-up / Drop-off Procedures for 2019.
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