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Safety Awareness – Fentanyl

As we continue to talk to students and parents the cases of Fentanyl  poisoning and death are on the rise not just in the USA, but in Sacramento. The lethalness of this drug and the recent death of a Roseville teen make it an important discussion for you to have with your daughter. Fentanyl is an extremely potent synthetic opioid fentanyl is appearing as — colorful pills and powders that look like candy or sidewalk chalk.

News Cynthia Cost

Change to morning drop off

Students can now be dropped off to enter through the front gates at the main office. Please pull at least to the brick wall before dropping off to allow in as many vehicles as possible. The gym doors will be locked in the mornings for the time being. There is no change to the afternoon pick up procedures.

Email blast

Invitation from the Dean’s Office
Emergency Services Professionals Wanted for Parent Safety Committee

The safety of everyone while on the campus of St. Francis Catholic High School is of the utmost importance.  As with everything we do as a community, we constantly evaluate how we operate and if the best procedures are in place.  In order to accomplish this efficiently and expeditiously, each year we employ the help of our families, particularly those with emergency and medical backgrounds.



COVID-19 Resources & Response

It’s important that we be vigilant about taking necessary precautions against the spread of  COVID-19.  Since circumstances can change frequently, we gathered the resources we rely on to inform our decisions to keep the St. Francis Catholic High School community safe and placed them in this document for your reference.  St. Francis adheres to the COVID guidelines of the Diocese of Sacramento and the California/Sacramento Departments of Public Health.

COVID-19 Helpful Links