More information to come.
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).
How to sign up:
We want to make you aware of Adenoviruses in Sacramento County. This can cause mild to severe illness. People with weakened immune systems, or existing respiratory or cardiac disease, are at higher risk of developing severe illness from an adenovirus infection. Some of the symptoms can mimic meningitis. Please contact your health care provider with any concerns. This is for information only at this time.
While Friday 5/5/23 is the last day of classes for many of you, it is still a regular day for all the other students to prepare for their finals. Please be respectful of the students and teachers who still have to finish the school year strong and stay out of the hallways/classrooms when classes are in session.
In addition please do not bring these items to campus:
We have had injuries in past years and we really want you all to have a safe last day of school. We look forward to celebrating all of you at graduation.
Seniors who are not waived from finals due attendance/discipline eligibility will be notified April 28. As you can imagine with over 250 seniors and a constant fluctuation in daily absences it is impossible to respond to all the attendance record requests. We do look at each student individually and understand illnesses, COVID, doctors notes, personal or mental health crises etc… Seniors can check their attendance in Power school (seniors have been sent additional email information). We do try to be as generous as possible.
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 and TWITCH:
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.
Please review the routes that will be open for dance drop off and pick up this Saturday night, 10/01/22 and share with your guests if they are driving.
During the recent student/parent events, overview information was given about some of the drugs and issues the students are being exposed to.
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.
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, please review the emergency response measures we have implemented.
All events including but not limited to: Masses, prayers services, rallies, assemblies, etc. are mandatory for students.
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 response measures.
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.
To report absences: 916.737.5050