The Technology Department would like to remind parents that your daughter should not use her own devices on campus. Students who are using their own computers can open our system to malware, security, and safety issues. All student work should reside in their Google Drive, and work in the classroom should be on their school-provided Chromebook. Many teachers use apps that are specific to the Chromebook. We cannot maintain the integrity of our school network with outside devices.
The date for International Night has been changed from March 30th to Wednesday, April 5 from 4:30 to 8:45. Food trucks (Hot Italian, Chandoś and one more to be determined) will be at the school from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. The Multi-Cultural Program begins at 7:00 p.m. at the SF Theatre. Tickets for the performance are available HERE.
Freshman One Day Retreats are coming up and are a requirement for all Freshman to attend. The retreat will be held at St. Anthony’s Parish, 660 Florin Rd, Sacramento, Ca. Parents we ask the students to be dropped off at 8am and be picked up at 2:30pm at St. Anthony’s.
For a limited time only, we are offering a shirt celebrating our sister school relationship with SFHS in Jirapa, Ghana. Proceeds benefit Catholic Relief Services Rice Bowl Program. In case you didn’t know, CRS was instrumental in helping us form our sister-school relationship. Students, parents, staff, alumnae, and friends of SFHS are eligible to purchase shirts.
Orders must be placed by midnight on Monday, February 20th. Shirts are scheduled to be delivered March 1st.
Grad Night 2017 information is now available on the SF website. The cost is $300 and includes a 1-day park hopper ticket, bus ride to and from Disneyland, dinner before students get on the bus, snacks for the bus ride, breakfast when students get off the bus, and a St. Francis Grad Night t-shirt. Deposits of $150 are due February 21st with the final payment of $150 due April 7th. Deposits are non-refundable. Students who do not pay the deposit by February 21st are put on a wait list.
Pax et Bonum week was a very special time for St. Francis as we celebrated with the rest of the nation the blessings of a Catholic school education. At this year’s Pax et Bonum Mass, students were asked to donate towards our St. Francis Scholarship Fund to help more young women reap the benefits of a St. Francis Catholic High School education.
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