One Student In-Parish (SJ or SHM)
Two Students In Parish (SJ or SHM)
Three Students In Parish (SJ or SHM)
1 Student Non-Parish/Non-Catholic
2 Students Non-Parish/Non-Catholic
3+ Students Non-Parish/Non-Catholic
3 Year Old Pre-School
4 Year Old Pre-School
Two or more students in PK
To enroll at St. Joseph the Worker Grade School, please download and complete the registration form.
If your child is transferring from another school, please also download and complete the record request form.
Please send or deliver the completed forms to the school along with the following:
- Birth Certificate from the state your child was born (not the hospital record)
- Updated shot records
- Social security number
- Baptisimal certificate (if your child was baptized).
- $45.00 non-refundable registration fee.
***** State requirement for the 2018-19 school year: all students entering Pre-school 3 or 4 MUST be that age by July 1, 2018.
No assistance will be available from the Diocese or from any school unless:
- an application is completed in full (ALL questions answered) and submitted
- all required documentation is provided, AND
- the family portion ($15) of the application fee is paid by the deadline.
ONLY ONE APPLICATION PER FAMILY should be submitted per school year. If you made an error or had a life event change, please do NOT submit a second application. Contact your principal and your application can be updated by FACTS.
Immunization Requirements for 7th Graders
Students entering 7th grade must show proof of a booster dose of Tdap vaccine, which protects against tetanus, diphtheria, and pert.. (whooping cough) and a dose of the meningococcal vaccine.
Although Tdap and meningococcal shots are required for entry into seventh grade, they are recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) for adolescents beginning at age 11. Parents are encouraged to have their children immunized after they turn 11, rather than wait until right before the start of 7th grade to ensure that they are fully protected from these vaccine-preventable diseases throughout their adolescence.