Weekly School Newsletter – January 25, 2013

CONGRATULATIONS RIGHT TO LIFE CONTEST WINNERS! Congratulations to the following St. Francis students who recently placed the in the overall judging for the Right to Life Contest. St. Francis is so proud of you! 4th Grade Poster Division: Sam Hea – Honorable Mention Essay Contest: Katherine Bickhaus – 1st Place Renee Cafun – 2nd Place READ TO SUCCEED Read to Succeed began on Tuesday, … [Read more...]

Weekly School Newsletter – January 18, 2013

READ TO SUCCEED We will begin the Read to Succeed program on Tuesday, January 22nd until Friday, February 22nd. Students are required to complete six hours of reading to receive a ticket to Six Flags. Please contact the office if you would like more information. HOME AND SCHOOL MEETING Our next HSA meeting will be Tuesday, January 22nd at 7:00 p.m. in the Tuesday Club Room. There are several … [Read more...]

Weekly School Newsletter – January 11, 2013

WELCOME BACK AND HAPPY 2013! We are off to a good start to 2013. We would like to welcome a new student. He is in Mrs. Wiemelt’s first grade class. His name is Max Frericks. His brother Sam is in Mrs. Babyak’s fifth grade class. Welcome Max! THANKS TO OUR STUDENTS AND PARENTS The faculty and staff would like to thank the students and parents of St. Francis School for all of your generosity … [Read more...]

Weekly School News – December 7, 2012

CHRISTMAS PROGRAM The Christmas Program will be held in the gym this year. The students will remain with their families until they get their “cue” to move to their spot on the stage. They will then remain on the stage until the end of the program. We will have refreshments in the Tuesday Club Room after the program. Doors to school will open at 6:15 p.m. and the program will begin at 6:30 p.m. … [Read more...]

Weekly School News – November 30, 2012

CHRISTMAS PROGRAM The Christmas Program will be held in the gym this year. The students will remain with their families until they get their “cue” to move to their spot on the stage. They will then remain on the stage until the end of the program. We will have refreshments in the Tuesday Club Room after the program. Doors to school will open at 6:15 p.m. and the program will begin at 6:30 p.m. … [Read more...]

School Lunch Menu – December 2012

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Weekly School News – November 16, 2012

EARLY DISMISSAL REMINDER – Wednesday before Thanksgiving Please remember that we will be dismissing at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 21st.  There will be no after school extended care and no afternoon bus. TERVIS TUMBLERS The Home & School Association is sponsoring a Tervis Tumbler Fundraiser. More information is being sent home with the kids today. The tumblers are 24 oz. with a brown … [Read more...]

Weekly School News – November 2, 2012

DINE OUT NIGHT AT PAPA JOHN’S PIZZA Wednesday, November 7th, make sure to participate in Papa John’s Pizza Night. Your classroom could be the winner of a pizza party! Our school receives a percentage from pizzas sold for the evening. Dial up and order a pizza and enjoy dinner for the evening (222-5252). Be sure to let them know you are from St. Francis School and you would like to designate your … [Read more...]

Weekly School News – October 25, 2012

BIRTHDAY BOOK CLUB NEWS! The 2012-13 Birthday Book Club is off to a great start! We’ve already had 18 students become members this year! The Birthday Book Club is a chance to celebrate your child’s birthday and also contribute to the school library’s collection. After sending in your enrollment form with $15, our librarian will help your child select a book that matches their interests and … [Read more...]

Weekly School Newsletter – October 19, 2012

REPORT CARDS/PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES The times for your conferences are being sent home with the youngest and/or only on Friday, October 19th. If your child did not bring it home, contact the office for the time of your conference. Report cards will be distributed to the parents at the time of your conference. Parents who have students in grades 6 – 8, your conferences have been scheduled with … [Read more...]