St John The Evangelist School
ST. JOHN | A special Mass at St. John the Evangelist joined our entire school family together in our faith.
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ST. JOHN | Warm up on a cold winter's evening at a St. John the Evangelist Wine & Craft Beer Tasting set for 7 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday in the St. John the Evangelist School Gym, 9400 U.S. 41.
Sue Cooper was recently honored with the National Catholic Education Association’s Distinguished Graduate Award. This award, presented by the St. John the Evangelist Alumni Association in St. John, recognizes graduates of Catholic elementary and middle schools who have made a contribution to…
ST. JOHN | An award-winning poet and freelance writer returned to the Tri-Town area recently to share her talent and passion for writing. Children’s author Donna (Austgen) Frisinger visited St. John the Evangelist School to read her latest children’s book with kindergarten through second-gra…
ST. JOHN | After several months of dedicated practice, M.A.T.H. Bowl Team members from St. John the Evangelist School successfully competed in the 2013 Purdue University Elementary M.A.T.H. Bowl held at Kahler Middle School in Dyer.
ST. JOHN | St. John the Evangelist School students were greeted by new Principal Sr. Gianna Marie Webber, OSF, when they returned to class Aug. 17.
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