Mrs. Alicia Palmer
St. Joseph Regional School teachers welcome and encourage communication with families regarding all aspects of a student's development.
Faculty Fast Facts
B.S. in English Education at Buffalo State College
M.S.Ed. in Exceptional Education at Buffalo State College
Why a Catholic Education Matters
There is more to education than academics, which is to follow the path that God provided for us by being well-rounded pupils in all aspects of life and education. Catholic education is especially important because it allows us to intertwine faith with academics while giving students a safe platform to talk about God. I grew up following the Roman Catholic path to God, and continue to follow the path that God has provided for me; a path which I hope to provide for the students.
4/5/6 English & 6th Grade Social Studies News
Welcome to 4th, 5th, and 6th Grade English Language Arts and 6th Grade Social Studies!
ELA and Social Studies are very similar classes and focus on the same techniques and styles that students need to navigate their educational journey. Both subjects are writing-intensive and require students to actively participate in groups and individually. We’ll read, discuss, write, and design projects based on various novels and supplemental texts. All students will be given the opportunity to borrow a copy of the class-required book from the classroom or purchase their own copy; more information will be provided at the start of the school year.
In addition to our traditional coursework, students will participate in a wide array of activities that help support our local and national heroes. We will be participating in Operation Gratitude for the holidays, which asks each student to write cards, letters, and/or prayers to a current/active military service member, Wounded Warrior, (local and national) veteran, and (local and national) first responder.
I look forward to learning more about each individual student as we “dive” into ELA and Social Studies this year!