Delphos St. John's Schools

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    Welcome to St. John’s

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    Faith, Knowledge, Service

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    Development of Faith

    At St. John's we feel our children get a great catholic education and are taught dedication and discipline that will allow them to excel in any career path they choose. -Michael and Tricia Martz
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    A Tradition Worth Sharing

    St. John’s is a school based on Faith, Family, and Academic Excellence. Whether my kids are starting off at the preschool or continuing through the grade school I know they are surrounded by the best teachers and staff. Each year they are encouraged, by their teachers, to live a life of service, challenged academically, and given opportunities to participate in life learning experiences. As a St. John’s graduate myself I am proud to be able to pass on to my children all that St. John’s preschool, grade school and high school has to offer. ~ Renee & Kevin Fuerst
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Scrip Local Business

December 18, 2014

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Get your 100th graduating class apparel

December 17, 2014

The DSJ Graduating Class of 2015 will be the 100th class to graduate from Delphos St. John’s. Celebrate with some Centennial apparel and items that students, alumni and fans can wear and use. These items make great gifts, or just …

Students Donate Toys for Community Christmas Project

December 12, 2014

High School and Junior High Students donated toys today for the Community Christmas Project.  Different grades were asked to bring in toys that fit certain age levels.  Several bags of toys were filled by the students.  FTA and SADD organized …

Choir “World Tour”

The Delphos St. John’s Choir went on a “world tour” today.  One of their visits was the WTLW TV 44 studio to record their annual Christmas performance.  This will be aired on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day!  Other stops included the local …

Spelling Bee Winners!

Delphos St. John’s held their annual Spelling Bee on Thursday December 11, 2014.  5th graders through 8th graders who scored well on a spelling pretest competed.  This year’s winner was Rylee Pohlman and runner up was Elizabeth Wrasman.  Great job …

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