St. Joseph School provides education in accord with Catholic principles to the students of Saint Joseph School; to maintain Saint Joseph School in proper physical condition; and to establish policies for Saint Joseph School under the authority of the Pastor of Saint Joseph Parish, in conjunction with the pastors of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton and Blessed Katharine Drexel parishes and the Bishop of Harrisburg. School program is designed to help our children develop spiritually, intellectually, and physically so that they meet the challenges in their lives, applying Gospel values in our ever-changing society. The required curriculum subjects are: religion, integrated language arts, mathematics, social studies, science, music, health, computer, library skills, art, handwriting, and physical education in accordance with the regulations of the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the Diocese of Harrisburg.
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