Pax et Bonum, “Peace and Goodness,” is the motto of St. Francis High School. The purpose of this publication is to share news of the St. Francis High School community with alumnae, students, current and past parents, faculty, administration, and friends; cultivate support for the mission of the school; and recognize and thank supporters.
It is your generosity that sustains and supports the mission of St. Francis High School. With your valued donations, we are fully committed to educating young women to become individuals who change their world.
Mr. Charles Schwing, who retired in 2013 after teaching mathematics at St. Francis for 36 years, urges Troubadours to follow a life path on which they can look back with satisfaction and joy, and with no regrets.
Sometimes we share a gift with someone which becomes apparent when we stop to see the beauty of a similar journey. Kai Munroe (Parks) and I arrived at St. Francis as a couple of skinny pups in 1977. Kai was from a family of 10 children and she had lived all over the world. Her father was in the Air Force. She started high school in South Korea, but finished it in Bangor, Maine.
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