On February 17th, 2022 the New Mexico lifted the state mask mandate.
St. Joseph Mission School promptly responded to this news with a school update through video message from our principal, Antonio Trujillo. We encourage all friends of the school to watch the video update below for how the school will commence forward.
Please know that students safety is out outmost priority and we intend follow tribal mandates along with direction from the Church on how to weather this storm of the pandemic.
Hello SJMS community,
The beginning of this year has been met with much reflection on all our blessings from 2021 and our plans for 2022. Our ultimate goals in our classes growing in relationship with the Lord and in supporting each student in love and respect. We see our classroom instruction along with school events as the opportunities to foster this growth.
In this newsletter we will be sharing on the pillars we celebrated during Catholic School Week this year, along with spotlighting our Pre-K Program.
Wednesday, December 15, 2021 - Suppers Project in New Mexico
"Sabrina speaks with artist, activist and farmer, Andrea Reynosa and architect Sandra Donner about their collaboration on the First Suppers Project in New Mexico. Andrea's Sky Dog Supper Club project began in the Sullivan County Catskills as a response to the previously proposed fracking in the region and has expanded over the last 7 years to the interdisciplinary First Supper project with Antonio Trujillo and the St. Joseph Mission School, east of Grants, New Mexico where they are working with students from Acoma Pueblo, Laguna Pueblo, San Fidel, Cubero, and other nearby villages. Andrea is continuing her collaboration with the Santa Fe Art Institute on this First Supper socially engaged art project."
Thank you to our great friends of the school, Andrea and Sandra, for sharing on this important project! To listen to the full interview, click the button below.
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