Altar Servers

St. John’s offers the opportunity for 3rd/4th graders and up to serve at School and other Parish Masses. Contact Deacon Joe to be added to the list for upcoming training.

Afterschool Homework Hour

Need a quiet place to complete your homework?  Need a teacher nearby to ask for homework help? Students in grades 3-8 are invited to attend “Homework Hour” on Mondays and Thursdays from 3:00pm – 4:00pm.

Library Reading & Research

At St. John the Baptist Catholic School, the library is more than a place to read a good book! Students in Transitional Kindergarten (TK) through 6th grade visit the library weekly. The youngest students in TK – 4th grade enjoy listening to the school librarian, Mrs. Melanie Oberting, read to them. She helps them dive deeper into literacy activities. Students in grades 6 – 8 read independently, check out books and find needed resources for class homework or projects. While our younger students are learning reading, our older students are learning to conduct research, and cite and report on information found in our library and its many databases.

St. John’s library has high-quality literature for student engagement and resources that support both our students’ academic needs and their extra-curricular interests. Not only does our librarian work in partnership with teachers and students on information literacy, she has opened the library to students during the lunch period. This added bonus allows students to visit the library during recess to read or play board and card games with friends or with Mrs. Oberting!

Our library also has a section dedicated to books on Parenting, Catholicism and Christianity.

Parents and adults in our parish are welcome to learn more about our faith and how to be successful role models for our children. Once you obtain a library number, you are free to check out books!

Field Trips

Yosemite – Fall 2019

Academy of Sciences – Fall 2018


St. John the Baptist Catholic School is an active member of the North Bay Catholic Schools League and abides by its laws and policies. Volleyball, basketball and track and field are available to our students as after-school sports. Volleyball (boys & girls) – grades 5 – 8 Basketball (boys & girls) – grades 5 – 8 Track and Field (boys & girls) – grades TK – 8

Contact Mr. Milton Gallegos to inquire about current options for your child.


View March Madness 2020 Brackets here: Boys/Girls

View Dan Clark Tournament 2020 Brackets here: Boys/Girls

54th Annual Dan Clark 8th Grade Basketball Tournament


More info to come…


More info to come…

Student Council

Our dynamic Student Council consists of 8 eligible, 7th or 8th grade students who are elected by their peers. The Student Council leads our entire student body in Morning Assembly. They also produce the school newspaper, help generate excitement about the Jog-a-Thon and other upcoming events, and lead service projects.

Yearbook Committee

Jr. High students form this important committee which serves to preserve the many memories of each school year. You will learn more about this committee and how to join once the school year begins!