Senior Events


Senior Events & Activities

Senior year will be a busy time filled with special events for the seniors and their families. The calendar on the right includes events and activities that may be of special interest to senior parents, from liturgies, retreats, college counseling activities, and school fundraisers to graduation night. The SFHS traditions surrounding graduation mark the passage of the seniors from students to their new positions in the St. Francis family, cherished alumnae. Click on the title of the event to find more information.

May these events strengthen the friendships made over the past four years and create memories that will be shared again and again in the years ahead. The administration, faculty and staff of St. Francis look forward to celebrating with you this very important and joyful time in your daughter’s life. We particularly encourage your participation in the parent events and activities.

Pax et Bonum,  The Senior Activities Team

If you have any questions, please contact Senior Moderator Rick Norman, 452-3461 ext. 184 or other administrators/staff listed below.

Cassy McGreevy, Director of Student Activities
Joseph Poggi, Class of 2017 Counselor
Naomi Lee, College Counselor
Chyrissee Lee, Wellness Counselor
Nancy Doyle, Guidance Department Chair
Stephen Tholcke, Stephanie Villanueva, Campus Ministry
Mary Castellano, Assistant Principal for 11th & 12th grades
Fadia Desmond, Assistant Principal for 9th & 10th grades
Theresa Rodgers, Principal


Homework Holiday – This Weekend!

In an effort to increase opportunities for families to spend more time together and provide students with an academic break, the school provides two homework holidays a year. Teachers are asked not to assign homework this weekend, March 24-26, 2017.


Meet a Parent/Grandparent for Lunch (Students with Last Names M-Z)

Meet a Parent/Grandparent for Lunch for student last names M-Z is March 28th,11:15-11:55. Parents or Grandparents can sign in by the front entrance and buy a delicious lunch in the dining hall or bring lunch for you and your student. 

Dining Hall Menu: Grilled Tri-Tip Sandwich with Caramelized Onions and Mushrooms on a Crusty French Roll with Your Choice of Side Salad or Chips and a Bottle of Water for $7.25.


AP Exam Pre-Administration

Wednesday, March 29th

Location: Dining Hall

Last name A-K   7:55 am- 8:30am

Last Name L-Z   8:35 am- 9:05 am 



Morning Make-Up Testing

Make-up testing takes place in room 311 at 8:00 am to 9:10 am


Senior Homeroom Class Meeting

In the CLC


Mom Prom 2017
7:00 to 10:00 p.m.

Mothers and daughters – you are invited to attend St. Francis High School’s second annual Mom Prom. Grab dinner and then come dance the night away with the special women in your life! Join us for dessert, music, dancing, photos, and lots of love. 

Tickets are $25/per mother/daughter. $5 each additional daughter. Additional grandmothers, aunts, etc. are welcome. If a student’s mother is unable to attend, she may bring an adult female relative or family friend in her place. Click HERE to purchase tickets.

*Location: SFHS Gym
*Dinner is not provided. 
*The attire is semi-formal.


Recognition Rally


Dad’s Club at the CHP Academy

All SFHS students are invited to the California Highway Patrol Academy for a Parent/Teen Safe Driving event planned exclusively for our SFHS families. The Dad’s Club, in conjunction with the CHP and Impact Teen Drivers, has a morning of fun, educational, and interactive activities designed just for us.   You won’t want to miss this rare opportunity to see the Emergency Vehicle Operations Course in action, with CHP high speed driving maneuvers and demonstrations.  Spend time in a CHP Academy classroom learning about safe driving strategies and try out interactive safe driving games.  

April 1, 2017
9:30 am – 12 pm 

California Highway Patrol Academy
RSVP Required! 

3500 Reed Avenue, West Sacramento, CA 95605

Dad’s Club at the California Highway Patrol Academy

All St. Francis and Jesuit High School students, and their parents, are invited to the California Highway Patrol Academy for a Parent/Teen Safe Driving event planned exclusively for our school families on April 1, 2017 from 9:30 am – 12:30 pm. This highly anticipated annual event will reach capacity. An RSVP is required to attend the event and gain admittance to the CHP Academy (3500 Reed Avenue, West Sacramento 95605).


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26th Annual International Night (sponsored by the Modern and Classical Languages)

The 26th Annual International Night celebration will showcase the various cultures and languages of our St. Francis families. This multi-cultural program will begin at 7:00 p.m. with seating beginning at 6:30. Doors will close promptly at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $7/students and $12/adults. Purchase tickets HERE.

Sacramento Taiko Dan will be in upper Serra Court from 6:00-6:30 p.m. This year we have two food trucks (Ma Sarap Food Truck – Filipino Food and Passione Pizza). The food trucks will be in the parking lot near the theatre from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. Language students are bringing their international-themed desserts. Dessert and coffee are included in the price of the ticket. Desserts will be available in the old cafeteria from 4:30-6:30 p.m.  

Parents interested in completing volunteer hours should contact Donna Washburn via phone or email: 916-397-3605 or e-mail:  Any questions can be directed to Mrs. Evelyn Vargas at




No Classes

School Closure/ Holiday

Easter Break
Campus Closed


Easter Mass
Formal Uniform


Big Sister/Little Sister Picnic
Serra Court

In Serra Court


Big Sister Meetings

August 9 - 9:30am - 12:30 pm CLC (Freshman Overnight Prep)

August 10 - 9:30 am - 12:30 pm CLC (Freshman Overnight Prep)

August 31 - 8 – 9 am - CLC (Club Rush)

September 22- 8 – 9am - CLC (Class Jersey)

November 30 - 8 – 9 am CLC (Finals Prep)

April 28 - 11:10-12:05 CLC Appreciation Lunch


Spring Music Concert Tech


Dress For Funds

Dress for Funds days are fun and effective ways Troubies can support local, national, and international non-profit organizations. Students may come to school in non-uniform or opt to wear their SFHS skirts and a non-uniform top.If there is a theme (Ugly Sweater Day, March Madness, Throwback Thursday, etc.) students are not required to dress to the theme.To be out of uniform, and not receive a detention, students must contribute a minimum of $2 and wear clothing that adheres to the standards in the handbook. 


Clearance Cards Distributed


Senior Arts Recognition Ceremony
In Theater


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