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Mission Statement

St. Stanislaus Kostka School’s faculty, families and administration share a commitment to fostering a faith filled community of lifelong learners and compassionate leaders through a challenging academic environment. St. Stanislaus Kostka School strives to develop the whole student spiritually, academically, physically and socially so every student may achieve their greatest potential as disciples of Jesus. We encourage our students to develop active, curious and creative minds, a sense of social justice, and compassion for others.


 Peace Pledge

I promise to respect myself and all others.
I promise to be kind in what I say and in what I do.
I promise to do my part to help each student feel accepted and safe from any harm at St. Stanislaus Kostka School.

Message From the Principal


“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”


January 19, 2018

Dear St. Stan’s Families:

      What a beautiful sentiment from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.! As a principal of a Catholic school, where we spend our days living the gospel; it is obvious that love can conquer all and that Jesus’ message of love is the path to peace and harmony in the microcosm of our school and by extension to the world we live in.

     This week we have the opportunity to celebrate the blessing of Catholic schools as we launch our Catholic Schools’ Week at Sunday’s 9:00 Mass. We expect to see our students (in uniform) there to show the community the strength of our school. Enclosed in the white envelope is a description of the activities we will be hosting throughout the week as part of this celebration. Please review it and should you have any questions please contact the office. Also, if you know a family who may be interested in seeing the benefits of a Catholic education please invite them to join us at Sunday or Thursday’s open houses or to schedule a personal tour.

     The week of January 29th grades five through eight will be taking mid terms. There is an error on the calendar which includes fourth grade in the mid term process. Fourth grade will only take finals. Also on Friday, January 26th our second marking period ends and report cards will be distributed on Thursday, February 1st.

     I am so very excited about Catholic Schools’ Week and I hope I get the opportunity to see you at one of our events!


In His Peace,



Elena Malinconico, Principal

Student Highlights


Hour of Code

Veterans honored at celebrations in Sayreville schools

Upcoming Events


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Sunday, January 21st 
Catholic Schools' Week opening Mass 9:00
Open House from 10:00-12:30


January 22-26 Catholic Schools Week

January 26, 2018 End of 2nd Marking Period

Week of January 29th Mid- Terms


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Message from the Bishop

A message from Bishop Checchio in advance of World Day of the Poor and Thanksgiving from Diocese of Metuchen on Vimeo.

Click the links below to listen to a message from our Bishop, the Most Rev. James F. Checchio.

Open Houses

Personal tours of our school are available by contacting our office at 732-254-5819.

Students of the Month

St. Stanislaus Kostka School is proud to annouce our January Students of the Month.

Saint Stanislaus Kostka School
221 MacArthur Avenue ♦ Sayreville, NJ 08872-1041 ♦ 732-254-5819