Sophomore year is an exciting time for members of the Class of 2018 and their families. With a year of high school behind them, Sophomores have gained confidence and see many options for the three years ahead of them at St. Francis. The calendar to the right contains events and activities that may be of particular interest to Sophomores, from liturgies and retreats to traditional events and fundraisers.
We hope that involvement in the life of the St. Francis community will be rewarding for both you and your daughter. Your attendance at the many athletic, arts, academic team and club activities during the school year may be determined by your daughter’s interests. We particularly encourage your participation in the parent events and activities. Some of the sophomore student activities are also included for your information. If you have questions, please contact one of the administration or staff members below.
Learn New Self-Defense moves or sharpen your existing self-defense skills with an Advanced Self-Defense Workshop sponsored by the Dads’ Club. A signed Activity Permission Form is required for participation. Completed forms can be dropped off to Ms. Desmond in the front office prior to the event or turned in the day of the event. Click HERE to reserve your daughter’s spot in the workshop.
Saturday, February 26, from 1-4 p.m. in the Old Cafeteria
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.
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, and RSVP is required to attend the event and gain admittance to the CHP Academy (3500 Reed Avenue, West Sacramento 95605).
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.
St. Francis and Jesuit High Schools are organizing a Pacific Northwest College Tour! We are very excited to be able to offer this exciting travel opportunity to our students. This trip is an excellent opportunity for your student to see a wide range of colleges and universities in a short amount of time and help them discover what kind of school will be the right fit. Colleges and universities we will be visiting will include at least 8 of the following: Seattle University, University of Puget Sound, Evergreen State College, University of Portland, Lewis and Clark College, Reed College, Willamette University, Oregon State University and University of Oregon (see attachment). We will also be sightseeing in the beautiful city of Seattle!
Come to our required hula workshops if you plan to audition for the hula class for the 2017-2018 school year. Hula Basics Workshop on Monday, April 24th from 4:30 to 6:30 and Hula Choreography Workshop on Tuesday, April 25th from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Both workshops must be attended in order to audition. Auditions are Friday, April 28th beginning at 5:00 p.m. Workshops and Auditions are in the Blackbox Theater in Room 407. Please come 15 minutes early each day to complete paperwork. E Komo Mai (Welcome)!
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.
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