In observance of World Energy Conservation Day on December 14, 2018, several St. John’s classes participated in the Quarter Hour Without Power that began from 10 AM to 10:15 AM.
The 7th Asia Pacific Conference of Young Scientists (APCYS 2018) was held from December 5 to 10 at the Kamnoetvidya Science Academy (KVIS) in Thailand.
Four of our St. John’s students placed high at the annual energy poster contest for schools sponsored by the Guam Energy Office. This year’s theme was “Energy Efficiency for a Sustainable Future”.
St. John’s 5th grade student, Grace Kang won first place at the island-wide Lion’s International Peace Poster Contest sponsored by the Lion’s Club Guam under Latte Lion’s Club Chapter.
Thanks everyone for supporting, whether in person or in spirit. We had 7 teams compete (roughly 70 players) along with their friends and family that came out to support and cheer.
After Typhoon Yutu, the strongest storm to hit US soil ravaged through the Northern Mariana Islands, St. John’s School launched a donation drive to raise money and gather supplies for the residents of Tinian affected by Typhoon Yutu.
Throughout the month of October, St. John’s lower school students participated in a series of presentations and fun-filled activities that promote literacy and healthy living through the Read-A-Lot program.
St. John’s Annual Golf Tournament was held recently on Saturday, October 20, 2018 at the Onward Mangilao Golf Club with proceeds to benefit the St. John’s Knights for Knights Scholarship Program, aiding local students in need who wish to attend the school.
Four new plaques were permanently added to the St. John’s School Giving Wall during a special recognition ceremony held on September 28, 2018.
t. John’s School library recently received 2 copies of the University of Guam School of Nursing Alumni Association’s book entitled, “The Nurses: 50 Years of Dedicated Service, Nurturing, Caring, Service with Compassion”.