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

“For me Christmas has always been about this: contemplating the visit of God to his people.” -Pope Francis

December 14, 2017

Dear St. Stan’s Families:

     The decision you made to send your child to a Catholic school allows your child to contemplate God visiting his people each and every day. This week, we placed ornaments on our Jesse Tree and took the journey that Isaiah prophesized through Jesus’ family tree. We have spent these weeks of Advent waiting in joyful anticipation for his coming again and remembering his birth. 

    As we enter into this last week of school before leaving on vacation, there are some dates and items you should be aware of; on Tuesday, December 19th we will have our annual Christmas concert. The doors will open at 6:45 and students are asked to sit on the bleachers upon arrival with their teacher. We ask that parents take their children’s coats since there is limited space on the bleachers. At the conclusion of the concert students will be released to parents and not allowed to run through the gym. Students should be dressed up for this event. No jeans, sneakers or t-shirts/sweatshirts are permissible. Traditionally, many students use this opportunity and Friday. December 22nd, our out of uniform dress up day, to get additional use out of their Christmas outfits.

     On December 22nd there is an early dismissal and NO aftercare. Students will be fed breakfast by our HSA, after the 9am Mass, and I have been told there is a strong possibility for a special visitor!!  In upcoming weeks, I will send out information in regards to Catholic Schools Week, which will begin on January 21 at the 9am Mass which we require students to attend in uniform.

     Also, a letter was sent out yesterday about inclement weather procedures, please be sure to read it carefully.

In His Peace


Elena Malinconico

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12/19 Christmas Performance

12/22 Mass, Christmas Breakfast, Early Dismissal

1/2/18 Return from Christmas Break


2145 Route 35, Holmdel, NJ  07733

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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 December Students of the Month.