Educating and Nurturing Since 1953

Admission of students without regard to race, religion, or color

518 283 0333

42 Dana Ave

Wynantskill, NY 12198

7:30am - 5:30pm

Monday - Friday

St Jude School

123 456 789

Goldsmith Hall

New York, NY 90210

07:30 - 19:00

Monday to Friday

News Notes – June 8, 2018


Exciting News – Take a chance on winning $5,000.00! Volunteers are needed to help sell tickets after all Masses. Please visit to sign up. If you need more tickets we will be glad to send them home. Only 8 more school days until the big winner is drawn!


Annual Field Days – Our annual field days are Tuesday, 6/12 for grades 4-6 and Thursday, 6/14 for grades 1-3.


Author’s Club Party – To celebrate the completion and publication of the student’s books, we will have an Author’s Club party on Wednesday, June 13, 2018, afterschool. Pick up time is 3:30.


Knights of Columbus Father’s Day Breakfast – Join the KOC on Sunday, June 17th from 8:00 to 11:00AM for an ALL YOU CAN EAT breakfast. Children under 5yrs. Old eat free, adults are $8.00 per person and kids under 12 are $4.00 per person. There are 2 great raffles plus dad’s get one FREE chance to win! (4) grandstand tickets to a Tri-City Valley Cats including a hat and bobblehead or (4) Box seat tickets to a Tri-City Valley Cats game-behind the Valley Cats dugout on third base line. Come celebrate Father’s Day with us!


2017-18 Year Books Are Here! – We are selling the 2017-18 year books until they are gone. You may purchase one for $15.00 or two (2) for $25.00. Please make checks payable to St. Jude the Apostle School. Send in your order soon! We have a few left!


Gently Used Uniform – If your child has outgrown their uniform you may donate it to our gently used uniform closet. In June we will have a gently used uniform sale.


Help Needed – If you are in need of some service commitment hours the following events are in need of some extra hands. These are the last events for the year.  A total of 15 hours is required for families in grades K-6 or $1,000.00 will be added to your 2017-18 May tuition. Please follow the link to sign up. Only a couple more events to choose from! If you have a couple of hours during the day you can earn some hours helping out at lunch time!


Pre K and K Graduations – June 18th


6th Grade Graduation – June 18th



Re-Registration – Please submit your registration with a $100.00 non-refundable registration fee. Pre-K classes are filling quickly. If you are interested in Pre-K please register early. Our Kindergarten class is filling up quickly too! Our Full Day 3yr. old class is currently full and the 4yr. old programs only have a few remaining spots. If you or someone your know is interested, please have them contact the school to reserve their spot!


Summer Reading Program – Join Senator Marchione this summer in promoting literacy and indulging in the wonderful world of books. Students and their parents can log on to and create a profile, record reading progress, share books on Facebook and earn a certificate.


2018 Graduations on Monday, June 18th:

Pre-K               9:00AM (Last day of school Friday, June 15th)

Kindergarten    1:00PM (This is their last day of school)

6th Grade          7:00PM (This is their last day of school-11AM dismissal.)


Class Bundl/School Supplys’ for the 2018-19 School Year – We are in the process of setting up a new system for school supplies. More information will be coming home soon!


June Reminders


6/12 & 6/14 – Field Days

6/15 – 2nd and 3rd Grade field trip to Jiminy Peak

6/15 – Last day of school for Pre-K and Kindergarten

6/18 – Last day of school for 6th grade with an 11AM dismissal time for 6th grade only

6/18 – Graduation Day for: Pre-K @ 9AM, Kindergarten @ 1PM, 6th Grade @ 7PM

6/20 – Last day of school for grades 1-5, 11AM dismissal


Major Announcement from Bishop Edward Scharfenberger
Bishop Edward Scharfenberger has announced that the diocese will be holding a major event this fall: The Hearts Aflame Eucharistic Congress.
Hearts Aflame will be held on Saturday, September 22, at the Shrine of the North American Martyrs in Auriesville. It is for all Catholics to gather in prayer with our bishop, centered on Jesus in the Eucharist. It will be a time of prayer, fellowship, and unity.
“This will be a spiritual event, hallowed in part by the very ground on which it is held. My hope is that the Holy Spirit will make this a powerful time of spiritual renewal for our entire diocese!” ~ Bishop Ed


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