This is a reminder that parents must sign a new Early
Dismissal pass for the Spring of 2024. This allows your daughter
to leave campus when she has a free block at the end of the
day. This applies to all students (even if they currently
have a pass). The fall passes are void after 12/21/23. They
will receive an updated sticker when they return in January.
Our students all love social media and can’t wait to use their
phones to connect to each other and the world at large. However,
all that continual connection does not give them the opportunity
to rest, relax and just be.
This is a reminder that non-SFHS jackets can not be worn on
campus. Red SFHS uniform jackets can be worn on campus and they
can be purchased in the Troubie Store, open on Tuesdays from
10:00am to 1:00pm. Jacket prices are $50-$60 plus tax.
With the weather starting to change, remember only “docker style”
pants and SFHS jackets may be worn on campus. Please purchase
these and SF jackets now, before the cold really kicks in. The
Uniform Standard Guide
and page 64 of the Student-Parent Handbook list
the specific rules and requirements.
Students are not allowed to wear:
Cargo pants, flared pants, pajamas or sports uniform bottoms.
Since the start of school the past few weeks, we have had and
will continue to have waves of illness; COVID, strep, flu etc.
Please talk to your daughters about keeping herself and others
safe. In short, keep up the practices that have helped keep
our community as safe as possible over the past year:
Due to health and safety concerns, and to avoid any disruption to
school activities, all animals are prohibited from school
property, school facilities, school transportation, and school
functions except for registered service
animals. The service animal must be a dog or, in
limited specific circumstances, a miniature horse. No other
species of animal will be permitted as a “service animal.”
Students are eligible for an Early Dismissal Pass (EDP) for free
block(s) that fall at the END of the day only. Students who have
the last block(s) of the day free may leave during the lunch
block with an EDP.
All students parking on campus must have a parking permit pass.
Seniors may continue to purchase and paint a reserved parking
space for $300 or they may purchase a non-painted/non-reserved
space for $150. Sophomores and Juniors can purchase a
non-painted/non-reserved space for $150. Permit passes will be
issued to students during the first week of school.
One of our favorite traditions is Seniors Painted parking spaces
to benefit our scholarship programs. Students may
personalize their parking spot by creating a design that reflects
their interests and/or shows school spirit. Designs must be
pre-approved by the Administration prior to painting and cannot
violate the tenants of the St. Francis Catholic High School.
All template designs must be turned in no later than July
13th (absolutely no late templates will be accepted).
Regalia: To better acknowledge and honor the
diverse backgrounds of our students, graduates may wear
one (1) item of personal significance related
to her ethnicity, culture, religion, nationality, race, color,
and/or ancestry during Graduation, as long as the item is
consistent with Catholic church teachings and the mission of
our school. Students may also wear honors society cords/stoles.
Caps and masks cannot be decorated.
No matter how old they are, or how mature you believe your
daughter to be, many platforms can be inherently dangerous with
contacts not known to your daughter. Here are two examples
that are popular with students that may have risk potential for
your daughter OMEGLE
It is St. Francis High School’s commitment to ensure the safety
and security of all members of our community. If an emergency
occurs during school hours, school administrators will determine
a specific course of action and oversee the release of students.
To support this undertaking we have implemented emergency
The Dean of Students is responsible for campus-wide safety,
wellness and discipline. The Dean works in collaboration
with the faculty, Wellness, Counseling Departments and various
safety committees. The Dean also works with students,
parents and school administrators to resolve personal, academic
and behavioral problems.