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221 MacArthur Avenue ♦ Sayreville, NJ 08872-1041 ♦ 732-254-5819


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



I am always doing that which I cannot do, in order that I may learn to do it.”

February 20, 2020


Dear St. Stans’ Families:


Perseverance is a skill that is so important to learning new things. As a society, we tend to shy away from things that are hard to do or we may fail at; but when you do what you cannot and fail, you are one step closer to success in learning that skill. Perseverance is a characteristic that benefits us all through our lives and it is one we seek to instill in our students daily. Productive struggle leads to learning.


As February begins to wind down, I am so proud to report that our students and families continue to be so generous to those in need. The school has raised $326.00 to go towards the koalas who were affected by the wildfires in Australia. We collected over 250 gently used books to be donated to the Bridges of Books Foundation for children who do not have access to reading material. Finally, our Polar Bear plungers earned $1300.00 that is going directly to our school to benefit our students. I urge you to stay on the lookout in 2021 because we plan on  going even bigger with the Ancient Order of Hibernians Polar Plunge to benefit our school.


Next week we enter the season of preparation for Easter, as Lent begins on Wednesday, February 26th. All children are welcome to receive ashes whether or not they are Catholic. The decision is up to parents. Please let your homeroom teacher know your decision. This time of year helps us grow closer to our Lord through almsgiving, service to others, prayer and fasting. I will be sending out information about some of our Lenten programs in the next two weeks.


There has been a change in our proposed calendar. Teachers will be attending a spirituality day on Friday, April 24th. Students will have the day off. The out of uniform day scheduled to take place on that day will be moved to Thursday April 30th and my lunch with the 8th grade will be changed to Wednesday, April 29th.


As always, I welcome your questions and concerns anytime.


In His Peace,

Elena Malinconico



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Student Highlights

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St. Stanislaus Kostka School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

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Message from the Bishop

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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 February Students of the Month.

Teacher of the Month

Mrs. Andrea Smith