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Travel Advisory

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To best protect the school community, St. John Paul II Regional School is asking families to follow the NJ Travel Advisory recommended 14-day quarantine when returning from states on the travel advisory list.  We do not advise vacations during the school year; however, families may travel over the weekend or the upcoming holidays.  If that is the case, you and your family would need to quarantine, and arrangements would need to be made with the school for remote learning in advance.   Arrangements can be made by contacting Mrs. Persing at principal@jp2rs.org.

JPII Remote Learning Blog-3 Keys to Remote Learning Success

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JPII Remote Learning Blog-3 Keys to Remote Learning Success

3 Keys to Remote Learning Success for Students

Saint John Paul II Regional School reopened its doors in September with in-person learning and the option for students to attend school remotely.  Now in its second month, a well-thought out plan for remote learning success for Kindergarten through 8th Grade students (at all academic levels) has proven very effective.  Approximately 55 students are currently at home logging in each day to their classroom for school.  It takes much more for a child to learn remotely than having a device and an internet connection. 

Congratulations to the Class of 2020

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While our traditional Eighth Grade Graduation was cancelled due to COVID-19, we were able to celebrate our Class of 2020 with a drive thru celebration. We are very proud of these young men and women and their accomplishments. We wish them all the best in their High School years and beyond.

Coronavirus Prayer

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We lift up to your mercy all those affected,

all those working hard to study and cure this

illness, and all health care professionals and

emergency management teams that are

working day and night to keep us safe.

Help us, Lord to trust in your merciful care.

Lord Jesus, hear our prayer.


How is a Catholic Elementary Education Affordable for Your Family?

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Does sending your child to Catholic school seem unattainable because you think you cannot afford the tuition?

Do you feel like you are settling for a mediocre elementary education because you do not believe you have the income to support Catholic school tuition?

Would you like to give your child the experience of a faith-based education, and still be able to provide for your family? If so, you are not alone!