St. Francis School Newsletter – February 17, 2017

Job Opening If you are interested in being a Crossing Guard for St. Francis Solanus School, please contact Dan Arns at 223-8700, ex. 2281 or 2280. The pay is $12.80 for the morning shift of one hour, and $12.80 for the afternoon shift of one hour, covering all days the school is in session. The weekly pay is $125. 15th Annual Bob O’Neal Junior Table Tennis Tournament February 25th at the … [Read more...]

Kindergarten Roundup – March 10th

St. Francis School will be holding a Kindergarten Roundup on Friday, March 10 from 9:30 to 11:30 in the Tuesday Club Room, in the lower level of the school. Please call the school for reservations, 222-4077. … [Read more...]

St. Francis Preschool Accepting Enrollment

St. Francis Preschool is now accepting enrollment forms for fall of 2017. We have openings in both the 3 and 4 year old classes. Please call the School Office at 217- 222-4077 if you have any questions and/or to enroll your child. Jennifer Spohr, Director/Teacher Barb Peters, Teacher's Aid … [Read more...]

2017-2018 Fr. Tolton & Newcomer’s Scholarship Applications Available

Please see the following link for 2017-2018 Fr. Augustus Tolton and Newcomer’s Scholarship Application Packets: http://stfrancissolanus.com/school/school-forms-downloads/ The deadline for completing and submitting either of the two applications is 4 p.m. on Friday, March 31st, 2017. … [Read more...]

St. Francis School Newsletter – February 10, 2017

Job Opening If you are interested in being a Crossing Guard for St. Francis Solanus School, please contact Dan Arns at 223-8700, ex. 2281 or 2280.  The pay is $12.80 for the morning shift of one hour, and $12.80 for the afternoon shift of one hour, covering all days the school is in session.   The weekly pay is $125. Service Hours If you would like to know how many hours you have completed, … [Read more...]

St. Francis School Newsletter – January 27, 2017

After School Art on Wednesdays:  Please make note that the March 1st class has been cancelled. Right to Life City Wide winners: Congratulations, students, on a job well done! Essay Winners : Jack Marth 2nd place Honorable Mention: Chevi Veile and Sam Hea Posters: Gracie Frankel 2nd place Honorable Mention: Abram Wiewel, Laura Steinkamp, Taylor Summers, Karlie Sparrow, and Grace … [Read more...]

2017 Catholic Schools Week Events

Monday, January 30th, 2017--Celebrating Our Community   Dress code: “Favorite Color Day,” wear as much of your favorite color as you can   Pre-School Muffins with Moms   Police and Firefighter Visits for the students   1:00-1:30 all school BINGO Tuesday, January 31st, 2017--Celebrating Our Students   Dress code: “Mismatch Clothing Day,” wear your silliest clothes  … [Read more...]

St. Francis School Newsletter – January 13, 2017

Dear Parents, To prepare for the future consequences of the Quincy Public School Strike, we would like to be proactive and remind you of a few things and how that will affect our school: Our student attendance will continue as scheduled We will not have busing service We will not have our crossing guard on 18th street We will not have Speech, Hearing, or Title 1 services We … [Read more...]

St. Francis School Newsletter – January 6, 2017

Arrival, Attendance and Absence Procedures:  Parents, with the cold and flu season upon us, please refer to page 10 of our handbook to reference our policies regarding your child’s illness.  As a reminder, if your child is absent for 3 consecutive days, a physician’s note (on letterhead) must be on file for documentation.  If a child needs to have an appointment during school and cannot be … [Read more...]

St. Francis School Newsletter – December 9, 2016

The Raider and Lady Raider basketball teams invite members of the Pit Crew to lunch on December 10th. Pizza and drinks in the QND cafeteria from 12:30-1:15. Wear any Pit Crew shirt and come meet your favorite Raider/ Lady Raider while enjoying some pizza. Parking Lot- New Safety Policy- As part of our New Safety Policy recommended by City Planners, we will now be blocking off College Street … [Read more...]