St. Joe seventh, eighth grade students
complete Thanksgiving food drive
MADISON (Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022) – St. Joseph Catholic School middle schoolers completed a Thanksgiving food drive, filling boxes with enough items to feed 15 families who otherwise may have gone without a family meal for the holiday.
St. Joseph Catholic School, founded in 1870 by the Sisters of Mercy, offers seventh- through 12th-grade students of all faith backgrounds a rigorous college prep curriculum grounded in the teachings of the Catholic Church.
St. Joe, 308 New Mannsdale Road in Madison just west of the Interstate 55-Mississippi 463 interchange, is accredited by the Mid-South Association of Independent Schools and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools – the accrediting arm of Cognia.
Seventh and eighth grade students at St. Joseph Catholic School in Madison successfully completed a Thanksgiving food drive, filling boxes with enough items to feed 15 families who otherwise may have gone without a family meal for the holiday. On the front row from left are William Kraft, Camp Hlavac, David Steckler, Harper Schuhmann, Noah Ingram and Synia Means. On the second row are Colt Alexander, Landry Erwin, Lily Cate Lumaghini, Maddie Morris and Josh Brown. In the back are Matthew Schenk, Samuel Klar, Susie Steckler and Jaden Taylor.
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