2018-2019 Enrollment Information

Dear St. John Nepomuk Parents and Prospective Families, 

It is with great excitement that we share enrollment information for the 2018-2019 school year! Please click HERE to view all enrollment information and forms. We are already planning and preparing for a wonderful school year filled with new learning, opportunities and the chance to welcome new students! These first days of school for our new Pre-K 3 students will culminate as they go on to become proud SJN graduates ready for high school and beyond in 2029! Enrollment will occur on these dates and in this order:

  • St. John Nepomuk Returning Students- March 12
  • Siblings of St. John Nepomuk Students Not Currently Enrolled- March 26
  • St. John Nepomuk Parish Enrollment- March 29
  • Catholics in Archdiocese of Oklahoma- April 4
  • General Public Enrollment- April 9


These enrollment dates provide a staggered priority for different individuals wishing to enroll. If you are interested in enrolling, but have not completed the contact list form, please access it HERE. If you have any questions regarding enrollment, please contact school principal, Natalie Johnson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (405) 354-2509. 

In Christ, 

Natalie Johnson

2018 Summer Reading and Math

Dear St. John Families,

In keeping with St. John Nepomuk Catholic School’s commitment to improving and enriching the reading skills of all of our students, we are excited to continue our required summer reading assignment for those students entering Pre-K 4 through 8th grade. We will also be continuing a Summer Math requirement for our students entering first through sixth grades. Summer Reading & Math Assignments were sent home with students today. All information and assignments are available below for online access.

Summer Math
St. John Nepomuk student entering grades 1-6 will begin using a web-based program, Mathletics. Mathletics is a targeted, rewarding and highly captivating online learning resource to power math learning from first grade through Elementary School. Your child is expected to spend a few minutes each day practicing math on the computer or iPad. Students can begin earning points towards their summer math total beginning May 25th. Each student who is expected to use Mathletics is provided with access codes that have been generated by the school. Access codes may be obtained by contacting the school office. Each teacher has specific programs for their grade level. Students entering grades 1, 5 & 6 will have teacher selected programs/requirements to complete in working to obtain their 4 certificates. All other students will need to earn a minimum of 4 certificates from May 25-August 13. These certificates may be earned by completing grade appropriate review content or Mathletics Live activities. Please note that only one certificate may be earned per week, and progress resets each Sunday.

Why is Summer Math necessary?
We understand that summer is a great time for kids to explore, play and develop. Completing math work during the summer hardly falls into a favorite activity for most students. The importance of mastering important math skills and fact fluency, however, cannot be understated. At St. John Nepomuk we have great success (as evidenced by test scores) in our students’ reading abilities. Parents often speak of the importance they place on daily reading. The reality, however, is that both math and reading critical skills that we as adults use daily. A student who attains greater math fluency enjoys a sense of confidence and more time in class to focus on the conceptual aspects of the lesson. Please help us give our students the gift of mathematical success.

Summer Reading
Students will also be required to complete the attached reading packet based on the grade that they will enter for the 2018-2019 school year. Directions and information are included in this packet and will be posted on the school website as well. The Summer Reading program must be completed no later than Monday, August 13, 2018.

Why is summer reading important?
In order for children to develop good reading habits and to grow in their ability to read and comprehend texts, reading must take place every day. To help our students meet this expectation, we will require all students entering Pre-K 3 through 8th grade to read and complete the corresponding assignments. Parents are encouraged to read with and to their children.

It will be the student’s responsibility to obtain his or her own books whether they are from a library or bookstore. Students must demonstrate mastery of the summer reading by completing the attached assignments (which will be discussed in class) to show their comprehension of the books. Some teachers have included the Accelerated Reader Book Levels to help you in choosing titles appropriate for your child’s reading level. This is noted by the AR BL following the title. If you need further access to book levels, you might try http://www.arbookfind.com/UserType.aspx for further information.

The assignments should be submitted to teachers no later than Monday, August 13, 2018. The assignments are considered part of the child’s grade for the first quarter of the 2018-2019 school year. Summer assignments may not be submitted late. Any student who fails to complete the entire summer reading assignment will receive a failing grade for the assignment. Any summer reading/math project submitted on or after August 13th will be considered a zero. The office will be open each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm during the summer. Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you have questions.

Click HERE to access grade level assignments.


Natalie Johnson

New School Spirit Song

We were excited to debut our new St. John Nepomuk Catholic School Fight Song at our House Mass today! Congratulations to Mr. James Rivera on composing the winning entry! Click the link below to sing along and GO FALCONS! #falconhighfive

School Fight Song Video

Fight! Fight! Falcons Fight!

Verse 1
We are the mighty Falcons,
The team that flies so high
We've come to claim our victory
Come watch us soar the sky

Verse 2
Let's cheer for the mighty Falcons
They need us for the win
Faith is our mission, that's our tradition
Lets GO S-J-N

Navy Red White
Show them all your might
St. John Nepomuk

Auction Announcement!

Dear Falcon Families,

We hosted our 20th annual Auction on April 14. Our community united for this special evening to celebrate and advance our mission here at St. John Nepomuk. We're excited to share how much this event raised for our beloved school. Watch the video below to find out!

Thank you to everyone who made our Spring Gala such a success! It truly takes a village, and our SJN supporters were nothing short of AMAZING! Thank you for your unwavering support of our school and Catholic education!

In Christ,

Natalie Johnson 


Archdiocese of Oklahoma City Common Calendar 2018-2019


Archdiocese of Oklahoma City Common Calendar 2018-2019


Monday, August 13, 2018- First Day of Classes

Friday, September 21, 2018- No School: Professional Day

Friday, October 19, 2018- No School: Parent/Teacher Conferences

November 19 - 23, 2018- No School: Thanksgiving Break

December 22 - January 7, 2019- No School: Christmas Break

Monday, February 18, 2019- No School: Professional Day

March 18-22, 2019- No School: Spring Break

Monday, April 22, 2019- No School: Easter Monday

Thursday, May 23, 2019- Last Day of School