Day School

Located at Sacred Heart of Mary Parish

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St. Joseph the Worker Day School is currently taking applications for child care/educational registrations

St. Joseph the Worker Day School, a division of St. Joseph the Worker Grade School, provides care and educational services to families with children 6 weeks of age to 3 years of age not potty trained. We also offer after-care up to 12 years of age for any student enrolled in St. Joseph the Worker and the Hancock County School District.

We believe that early childhood is a unique and important period of growth. Education and care-giving during this period will focus on all areas of development – physical, spiritual, social, emotional, and intellectual. These needs are met through a play-based program in a faith-based environment. We recognize that a child’s development is also influenced by his/her family and community. We are committed to supporting families by maintaining open communication. We encourage parental involvement in our education and care-giving activities.

Contact

Marisa Shaw – Onsite Director
681-328-3217
m.shaw@weirtonstjoseph.net

Hours of Operation

6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Monday-Friday

St. Joseph the Worker Day School is part of the Sacred Heart of Mary Parish campus located at 200 Preston Ave, Weirton, WV 26062. St, Joseph the Worker Pre-K 3 and Pre-K 4 programs are located at the same facility. For more information and pricing on the Day School or Pre-School please contact Marisa Shaw at 681-328-3217 or m.shaw@weirtonstjoseph.net or contact Mrs. Fuscardo at 304-723-1970 or r.fuscardo@weirtonstjoseph.net

If you would like to register and be put on our enrollment list please fill out the registration form and drop off or mail to St. Joseph the Worker Grade School 151 Michael Way, Weirton, WV 26026 with the $25 registration fee.

6 a.m. Before Care

Available at St. Joseph the Worker Day School

  • St. Joseph School Pre School Students
  • Weir Elementary Students
  • Weir Middle School Students

Transportation for Hancock county students provided by Hancock county bus

3-6 p.m. After Care

Available at St. Joseph the Worker Day School
Monday – Friday

  • St. Joseph School Students
  • Weir Elementary Students
  • Weir Middle School Students

Transportation for SJS students provided by Weirton Area Transit

Transportation for county students provided by Hancock County bus.

The after school care program will consist of tutoring and homework help by teachers and other professionals, group activities that encourage team building, kindness, and creative thinking, as well as an after school snack for the students.

Vision Statement

To become a premiere early childhood facility focusing on early childhood education, child development, and spiritual development.

Mission Statement

To create a safe environment where the child’s God-given goodness is nurtured and encouraged. We believe a child’s early experiences enrich and stimulate future growth in both intellectual and character formation.

St. Joseph the Worker Day School is currently taking applications for employment

St. Joseph the Worker Day School is hiring full-time and part-time positions

LOCATION: The St. Joseph the Worker Day School is located on the campus of Sacred Heart of Mary Parish. We care for and educate children from 6 weeks of age through 5 years of age. Our hours of operation are 6:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Friday.

POSITIONS: Lead teacher, full-time and part-time staff

REQUIREMENTS: Lead teacher must be at least 21 years old and have at least one year relevant work experience.  All teachers must be at least 18 years old and have at least one year relevant work experience.  Full Time Staff must be at least 18 years old.  Part-time staff must be at least 16 years old.  WV STARS Certification will be required once hired.

COMPETENCIES: All staff must possess the education, training, experience and personal qualities that enable them to protect the health and safety of children in their care.  They must be flexible, caring, mature, dependable individuals that can relate well with children, their parents, and other staff.  Child care experience preferred.  All staff will register with the State Training and Registry System, which will enable them to obtain the required professional development they will need.