What do kids and some cars have in common? “Unibody construction,” moderator Dr. John J.
Feeling a little lonely as her classmates raced about the rooftop playground, one little 2nd grader sat herself down on a bench on the sidelines.
Then something very special happened. Three other girls joined her.
Tony Luke’s is raffling off their Johnny Mac’s Chopper House custom-built chopper to raise money and awareness for Gesu School. The chopper will be touring the Greater Philadelphia Area January through September. The lucky winner’s ticket will be drawn at Gesu School on September 17.
These new stairs were in place in time to greet our students on the first day of school!
Gesu School was honored to welcome Senator Bob Casey Jr. back to the halls where he tried his hand at teaching 31 years ago. Senator Casey visited the school to raise awarness of the Summer Food Service Program.
As they prepare to head off on their separate paths, our 8th graders have tentatively selected to attend the following high schools. We are proud of all that our students have accomplished and trust that these fine schools will assist them on their journeys to greatness!
A group of eighth graders stands in front of their classmates, pointing out where the rec center, food court and pool will go on a small tract of land in Gesu’s neighborhood.
We are pleased to welcome Dr. Keith Leaphart as our keynote speaker for our eighth grade graduation.
At the national Schools That Can Forum in May, President Bryan Carter served on a panel that discussed ways to foster positive character traits and teach cognitive skills leading to college graduation and future success.