Parents at St. Joseph are involved with their child’s education in many ways including – an active parent club, family-oriented activties, fundraising for student / teacher materials, and volunteer school services.


Fundraising at Saint Joseph Catholic School is a means of keeping tuition costs at a minimum. Throughout each year we have several fundraising events to give parents the opportunity to contribute to the school.

When does fundraising begin?

Fundraising begins NOW!

Listed below is each fundraiser, its kick off date. Mark your calendars today. Use the fundraising events to help with your holiday, birthday and social events of your year.
FundraisersKick Off Date% of Pledges to School
Walk-a-thon/Spaghetti DinnerSept100%
Magazine DriveAug/Sept40%
Sees Candy SaleNov/Mar30-40%
EscripAll Year2-25%
Cash donationsAll Year100%

Fundraising FAQ

Do I have to participate in all of the fundraising events?

Not necessarily.

What is the benefit of participating in the fundraising events?

First, you are helping the parents and teachers reach the required goal set in the school budget. Second, your child is also participating in the event too. For some events, the classes with the highest totals are treated to something “extra” for their efforts. These “extra’s” could be: free dress, pizza party, extra recess, ice cream, etc.

Does my child need to go door-to-door to help sell magazines?

This is not suggested unless your child is 100% supervised by you at all times.

Can I suggest other fundraising events to the school?

Absolutely, we are open to new suggestions. Contact the PTG president to ask for time on the agenda at the monthly meeting. We are always looking for fresh ideas.

What is the Annual Auction Event all about?

The auction event is an evening of fun and excitement. The auction committee has arranged for donated items to be given to the school to sell. The profit on the item goes to the school towards the fundraising goals. At this event, you bid on items to purchase at great prices against your community members. It is a ton of fun and you should plan on getting your friends and family to join you for this special event.


Parent Teacher Guild


  • President: Lisa Foster
  • Vice president: Emuejevoke Elstein
  • Advisor: Barbara Mee
  • Secretary: Maria Faulve-Montojo

Meetings at 6:30 PM:

  • September 4th 6:30pm – 7:30pm
  • October 16th 6:30pm – 7:30pm
  • January 15th 6:30pm – 7:30pm
  • March 4th 6:30pm – 7:30pm
  • May 6th 6:30pm – 7:30pm

What does the PTG (Parent Teacher Guild) do?

The objectives of PTG are to provide a network of volunteer services for the school, to generate financial support for the school, and to come together in a spirit of Christian friendship.

How can I participate in the PTG?

Participation is easy and needed. Simply attend the bi-monthly meetings at 7:00 p.m at the school. Everyone is welcome to participate. The more participation, the more representation we have in keeping our school forward-moving. Our goal is to be an organization of superior support. To have a topic placed on the agenda, please call the President or the Principal.

When does fundraising begin?

Fundraising begins with each school year. Why not use the fundraising events to help with your holiday, birthday, and social events of your year? Plan ahead and help our school.


School Advisory Council

The School Advisory Council meets monthly at the school. Chartered by the Bishop and the Superintendent of Schools, this group of parents and parishioners serves in an advisory capacity to the pastor and the principal.

School Principal

  • Jennifer Garzia


  • Alisa Vittoria
  • Lisa Sainte-Marie
  • Pedro Martinez Del Rio
  • Jorel Mee
  • Reinaldo Giudici

School Advisory Board Meetings:

  • TBD


Finance Advisory Council


  • Alexandra Maruri
  • Roberto Sanchez
  • Kenneth Faulve-Montojo
  • Miguel Simoes
  • Jennifer Garzia
  • Dawn Williams

School Advisory Board Meetings:

  • TBD