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In partnership with Felician University, the SBJC kicked off our first ever Veterans' Mentor program on November 14. And the meeting between the seven SBJC students and three Felician University Student-Veterans was an awesome success.
By Natalia. We’re proud to announce Stalin for our Student Spotlight of October 2019. This student has been a part of SBJC since 2016 and a part of the steam team for the same amount of time. He enjoys wrestling, gaming and is an avid reader. At home he helps takes care of his two younger sisters along with his pet guinea pig named Luna! Another thing to note is that his birthday is this month, so next time you pass by this legend feel free to wish him a happy birth month! He also wishes to be quoted saying, “Mr. Rossi is a great principal...I am excited about the new programs at SBJC!”
On October 2nd, we had a guest speaker named Anna Belli come speak to the 12th grade classes along with our STARS group. Mrs. Belli is the superintendent from the Lodi Recreation Department, and she discussed with the students her recreational services along with future events. While she was here we also got to ask her questions.
The Lodi Campus Night of the Arts is an annual event that highlights the artistic and musical accomplishments of our students in grades 6-11. On full display was artwork completed in Ms. Antoinette Tobia’s art class, as well as musical performances led by music teacher Mr. Chris Winn.
LODI CAMPUS AT A GLANCE
123 Union Street, Lodi, NJ 07644
6th to 12th Grade
18 to 21 year-old Transition Program
On December 10, our students will experience Dog Therapy sessions. This will be the second year that they will be able to interact with these dogs and their handlers. On Wednesday, December 11 several of our students will be traveling to Montclair to visit the Art Museum. Our Stars students will be taking a trip to the Williams Center in Rutherford on December 19. There will be a Bounce Out the Stigma basketball assembly at 12:45 on Friday, December 20 to kick off our series of six clinics which will begin on Friday, January 3. Bounce Out the Stigma was founded in 2005 by former professional basketball player and national epilepsy spokesman Mike Simmel. Its central mission is to inspire, educate, and empower young people with special needs. On behalf of all our staff, I wish all of our students and their families a wonderful holiday season.
Interim Principal, Lodi Campus