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Camp Pendola is Hiring

Is your daughter looking for a summer job? Does she want to have a positive impact on kids 7 to 17? If the answer to either question is yes, please consider having them apply to be a Camp Counselor at Camp Pendola. We are looking for fun, faith-filled, caring and energetic applicants to fill our summer camp positions! Join the team, and create lifelong memories for you and everyone you connect with this summer. More information and application can be found at www.pendola.org/employment.

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Accident Takes Life of Current Parent

Dear St. Francis Community,

I am saddened to report that the Jesuit community has suffered another loss with the death of Jennifer (JJ) Fox, mother of sophomore Max Diepenbrock and Ava Diepenbrock. She is also aunt to sophomore Declan Fox, sophomore Thomas Fox, freshmen Ben and Gavin Vernekoff, and junior Sam Vernekoff. Max’s sister, Ava Diepenbrock, is a senior at St. Francis High School.

Jennifer and her friend died in a plane crash on Friday afternoon.

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Arts Department 2022-2023 Season Preview!

Join Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Daley in the theatre after school on Tuesday, May 10th to preview next year’s Fall Musical and Spring Play!!

*The date has been changed, so as not to conflict with the prayer service being offered on Monday, May 9th.

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Revelry Silent Auction is OPEN!
Shop, Peruse, and Bid, Bid, BID!!! 

The Revelry Silent Auction is open to ALL! Whether you are attending the event or not, you can still peruse, shop, and bid on the many fabulous items available.

We have items for everyone such as golf packages, home and garden enhancements, dining  experiences, fitness and sports memorabilia, art, spirits, and a large wine section.  

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Reminder from the Business Office

All tuition accounts must be current before the start of final exams on May 12th for your daughter to take her exams.  For Seniors, Caps and Gowns will not be given out until their tuition account is current.

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Parents’ Guild

All St. Francis parents are automatically members of the Parents Guild, an organization that provides support for many events during the year. The Parents Guild meets monthly to plan activities and to serve as an advisory group to the administration. Volunteers are needed throughout the year to carry on the many cherished school traditions including Revelry, Father-Daughter Dance, MOM Prom, Staffulty Appreciation Week, and more.

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Athletic News – 5/06/22

As the school year winds down, several spring Troubies are doing their best to rewrite the school record books in their respective sports. Lacrosse midfielder, Zahra Smith, wrapped up her career in this week’s North Coast Section playoff battle with Marin Catholic, setting a program benchmark of 58 goals. Small wonder that she’s moving on to play collegiate ball at Delaware State next year. Senior pitcher, Hope Jenkins, struck out her 200th opponent this week against Franklin, making her the first player in the MaxPreps-recorded era of St. Francis to hit that milestone. 

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Upcoming Senior Events

We are so excited for the upcoming events to celebrate with our Senior class! Please take a look at the details for the events in the attached document. Continue looking at your emails during this time, as well as the Baccalaureate and Graduation page on the website.

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Senior Parents ~  Wanted Now: Used Uniforms for June Sale

Incoming freshmen greatly appreciate your generous donation of used uniforms. Parents,  please have your daughters drop off any used uniforms in the bin in front of Room 343 by Friday, May 13, 2022 Without these generous donations, The Used Uniform Sale cannot happen. Proceeds from this sale benefit tuition assistance. 

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Athletic News – 4/29/22

The Troubadour spring sports season heads into its final stretch, with all teams in some form of postseason play. Track & field heads to Sheldon-Pleasant Grove Community Stadium for the Delta League championship trials this Saturday, with the finals taking place one week later. On Sunday, lacrosse will learn its opponent in the North Coast Section tournament. Swimming, which represented St. Francis at the California Catholic Challenge last weekend, has a bye weekend before the start of the CIF-SJS championships on Thursday (May 5).

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Junior Family Mass – Wednesday, 5/11/22

The Junior Family Mass is coming up on Wednesday, May 11th at 7:00 p.m. in the Gym. This Mass is a celebration of the Maries becoming the campus leaders and all Juniors that attend will receive a special pin with the four pillars of St. Francis High School on it, Faith, Excellence, Leadership, and Service. Please arrive in time to check in, get your pin and prayer card, and find a seat before the start of Mass, We recommend between 6:30 and 6:45. We look forward to seeing you there! 

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Junior Family Mass – Wednesday, 5/11/22

The Junior Family Mass is coming up on Wednesday, May 11th at 5:30 p.m. in the Gym. This Mass is a celebration of the Maries becoming the campus leaders and all Juniors that attend will receive a special pin with the four pillars of St. Francis High School on it, Faith, Excellence, Leadership, and Service. Please arrive in time to check in, get your pin and prayer card, and find a seat before the start of Mass. We recommend arriving around 5:00 p.m. We look forward to seeing you there! 

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College-Related Tips for Senior Parents and Information about Final Transcripts

It’s time for seniors to make a decision about the college they will attend in the fall.  If you are concerned about paying for college, ensure that your daughter has checked all of her financial aid award letters (which will most likely be found in her college portal) to determine exactly how much and what types of aid are being offered.  Speaking of portals, your daughter should check all of her college portals to determine if they have every document that is required.  Some colleges (CSU’s) might have requested/required a 7th semester transcript to be submitted, and t