St. Francis School Newsletter – April 29, 2016

END OF THE YEAR ACTIVITIES The year has flown by so quickly and we will be in the planning stages soon for classes next year. As a reminder from last year, we have developed a fair and objective way to establish the class lists so that the groups are equally balanced with abilities and gender. We find this process works much better than taking parent requests for a particular teacher. We … [Read more...]

St. Francis School Newsletter – April 22, 2016

END OF THE YEAR ACTIVITIES The year has flown by so quickly and we will be in the planning stages soon for classes next year. As a reminder from last year, we have developed a fair and objective way to establish the class lists so that the groups are equally balanced with abilities and gender. We find this process works much better than taking parent requests for a particular teacher. We … [Read more...]

St. Francis School Newsletter – April 15th, 2016

End of Year Activities The year has flown by so quickly and we will be in the planning stages soon for classes next year. As a reminder from last year, we have developed a fair and objective way to establish the class lists so that the groups are equally balanced with abilities and gender. We find this process works much better than taking parent requests for a particular teacher. We appreciate … [Read more...]

St. Francis School News – April 1, 2016

Dear Parents, As you may remember, we recently had a wonderful assembly for the students during the day and another assembly at night for the parents entitled, “ProKids.” The performer stressed the importance of PEOPLE RESPECTING OTHERS (ProKids) and we wanted to build on that message to improve our school environment. At our last three faculty meetings, we have been discussing ways to affirm … [Read more...]

St. Francis School Newsletter – March 18, 2016

OLYMPIC DAY T-SHIRTS Forms have been sent home with your 5th – 8th grade child. If you need a shirt or to replace one, please send your form and payment into the school office as soon as possible. (shirts are $6.00 each) You may wear last year’s shirt if you have one. Olympic day is Tuesday, May 3rd. (Rain out day May 10th) The QCES Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2016 … [Read more...]

St. Francis School Newsletter – March 11, 2016

OLYMPIC DAY T-SHIRTS Forms have been sent home with your 5th – 8th grade child. If you need a shirt or to replace one, please send your form and payment into the school office as soon as possible. (shirts are $6.00 each) You may wear last year’s shirt if you have one. Purple Alex Wish Shirts Purple Alex Wish shirts are $10 if you wish to purchase one or need to replace one. Pizza … [Read more...]

2nd Annual Parents Prom – April 9th

The St. Francis Solanus Home and School Association request the pleasure of your company at the second annual Parents’ Prom fundraising event on Saturday, April 9, 2016 from 7p.m. – 11p.m. in the St. Francis School Gym. You don’t need to be a parent, just over 21 to come and share in fun and fellowship. This year’s theme is Awesome 80’s, formal attire is fun but not required. This is open to all … [Read more...]

Kindergarten Roundup – Friday, March 11th

St. Francis School will be holding a Kindergarten Roundup on Friday, March 11th from 9:30 to 11:15 in the Tuesday Club Room, in the lower level of the school. Please call the school for reservations, 222-4077. … [Read more...]

St. Francis School Newsletter – February 26, 2016

ST. FRANCIS REGISTRATION Information has gone home in order to enroll your child at St. Francis for the 2016-2017 school year. Instructional and technology fees are due Thursday, March 31st. A late fee will be added if paid after this date. If you have an outstanding balance on tuition for 2015-2016 or lunch money you will not be able to register until these are paid in full as well. If you are … [Read more...]

The Pro-Kids Show – Family Show Wednesday, Feb. 17th at 6:30 pm St. Francis School Gym

Tim Hannig’s Pro-Kids show is more than just entertainment. It has a message for students and families, revealed with wit and warmth. Throughout the unique program, the audience will be reminded of the importance of character traits like honesty, respect, cooperation and responsibility. The programs have been seen by more than 2.6 million people throughout the country. Hannig holds a B.A. in … [Read more...]