The Dean of Students is responsible for campus-wide discipline and safety. The Dean works in collaboration with the Guidance Department and school administrators to counsel students in resolving personal, academic and behavioral problems. Along with the Safety Committee, the Dean coordinates emergency drill training for students, faculty and staff.
Do you know about the I Care program here at St. Francis?
Ever wondered how your student can help someone when they just can’t bring themselves to talk to an adult? They can use the I Care program. This program has been used for almost ten years now and has helped numerous students and their families.
St. Francis High School prides itself on meeting the needs of the whole student. With research mounting on the dangers of student-athlete concussions, St. Francis has decided to take a proactive approach in taking care of our athletes.
It has come to our attention that students from St. Francis and surrounding high schools are accessing a new and very inappropriate social media application call afterschoolapp.com. The app is described as “an anonymous and private message board for your school” and can be downloaded to an iPhone, iPad, iPod or through Safari (a web browser developed by Apple) and accessed via Facebook.
It appears that graphic and sexually explicit messages, pictures and videos are being posted and then students are posting inappropriate comments, sometimes about fellow students in their own or neighboring schools. As you can imagine, this is distressing for students, some of whom are following this site just to make sure no one is making comments about them.
Attention parents, your daughter may have a homecoming, prom or ball dress that she will never wear again. Rather than just have it hang in her closet, please consider donating the dress to SFHS. Inspired by the students at the recent dances, I am hoping to start apay it forward closet of dressesthat students in need may choose from for future events. All that I ask is that the dresses are on hangers and preferably clean. Thank you for your consideration.
St. Francis Catholic High School collects the data that your web browser passes on, such as generic connection information, Internet IP address, cookies and web-browser name and version. These items are recorded in our web server’s log files, which is common practice with all websites. We use the information contained within these logs to track the number of visitors to the website, analyze the performance of the website, and to track user preferences to ensure that we are publishing content that people need and want.
Any such data and any additional information that we gather via online forms, like contact information (i.e. email and/or mailing address), is only used internally. We may use such contact information to communicate with you, but we will not sell, rent or otherwise give any personal information you share with us to any third parties, except service providers who assist St. Francis Catholic High School in communicating with you. We may be required by applicable law, subpoena, court order or other legal process to disclose the personal information you provide us or that we gather from your use of our website, and it is our policy to comply with any such requirements.
All highly sensitive information, like credit card numbers, is encrypted through a secure connection (SSL/TLS). Independent external and internal audits are conducted from time to time to review our privacy and security settings, how we process your information on our website and to ensure we remain compliant with PCI-DSS standards (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards). St. Francis Catholic High School processes transactions immediately and does not store any credit card information at any time. Unfortunately, the transmission of information via the internet is not completely secure. Although we do our best to protect your personal information, we cannot guarantee the security of your personal information transmitted to our website. Any transmission of personal information is at your own risk. St. Francis Catholic High School is not responsible for the circumvention of any privacy settings or security measures contained on its website.
St. Francis Catholic High School’s website contains links to other websites. St. Francis Catholic High School is not responsible for the privacy practices or anything else having to do with sites that link to or from our site, and we encourage you to read the privacy policies on linked sites as their standards may be different from ours.
The content, including the images, of our website, especially in those sections which are password-protected, are intended for specific individuals, groups or members of our school community. Users are strictly prohibited from using any information from St. Francis Catholic High School for commercial, public, or political purposes of any nature whatsoever. We urge you to be careful about giving information in public areas of the website like message boards. The information you share in public areas may be viewed by any user of the website, and any information you share in a public area is done so at your own risk.