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Update: Campus will remain Closed Friday, Nov. 16

Dear St. Francis Families,

Due to continued poor air quality in the Sacramento region, we will be closing school on Friday, November 16.  Please check your emails and our website for further information and updates over the weekend.

We continue to pray for all those affected by these terrible fires.  

Sincerely,
Theresa Rodgers
President

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School Closed Thursday, November 15, 2018

Dear St. Francis Families,

Due to terrible air quality today and continued poor air quality forecasted for tomorrow, we will again be closing school on Thursday, November 15.  All employees have been directed to stay home as well, and all activities are canceled.

Please continue to monitor your email tomorrow for further updates.  Thank you for your understanding and continue to pray for all those who are suffering from this tragic fire.

Sincerely,
Theresa Rodgers

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Important Dates & School Breaks 2020-2021

First Day of Instruction – August 11, 2020

Thanksgiving Break – November 25 – 27, 2020

Christmas Break – December 18, 2020 – January 4, 2021

Easter Break 2021 – March 29 – April 9, 2021

Graduation – May 20, 2021

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Reanna Klanseck ‘14

What’s new with our 2014 Troubies? Just four short years ago they were accepting their diplomas from St. Francis High School on stage at Sacramento’s Memorial Auditorium. Now they are graduating from colleges across the nation. Send us your graduation news to Dawn Winston ‘91 at dwinston@stfrancishs.org

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Sisterhood in Seattle!

Alumna Sarah Lewicki ‘09 and  Rebekah Fenton(Lucien) ‘08 discovered they are both working at the Seattle Children’s Hospital; Sarah a nurse in the PICU, and Rebekah is a pediatrics resident! Way to Go Troubies! 

Do you work with your Troubadour Sisters? We would love to feature you – send a photo into our Alumna Director, Dawn Winston ‘91, at dwinston@stfrancishs.org. #TroubieforLife

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Junior Commissioning Mass 2018

The Junior Commissioning Mass will be on Wednesday, May 16, from 6:00-7:30 p.m., where we will officially bless and commission the Class of 2019 to be the seniors and leaders of the 2018-2019 school year.  The girls will also receive a special Four Pillars Pin that represents the foundation and mission of St. Francis. All family and friends are invited to attend. Any questions, please contact Maggie Murray in Campus Ministry at mmurray@stfrancishs.org.

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Alumnae Spotlight Eleni Kounalakis ’85
Troubie. Businesswoman. Activist. Diplomat. Mother. What's Next, Lieutenant Governor of California?

Congratulations to alumna Eleni Tsakopoulos Kounalakis ’85 on her election to Lieutenant Governor of California! If you missed the article on Eleni in the Spring 2018 issue, read it here:

We know Troubadours are women who change the world; we had a chance to catch up with Eleni Tsakopoulos Kounalakis ’85 to hear where her post-St. Francis journey has taken her and what lessons from her alma mater she has taken on the journey.

Always a woman who wanted to experience the world, Eleni spent her sophomore year at a boarding school in Lugano, Switzerland before embarking on her Troubadour education. While transferring schools mid-way through high school can seem intimidating, Eleni found her St. Francis home to be warm and welcoming and affectionately remembers the many friends she made while a student here. Troubies who remember her debate performance as Walter Mondale*, alongside Claire Chatfield as Geraldine Ferraro, will not be surprised that Eleni is currently campaigning to be the next Lieutenant Governor of California.

“A part of running for office is reviewing your old files. I pleasantly found a report I had written in high school about the 1984 election. There was no question the work we were doing at St. Francis was very relevant,” Eleni reminisces. Her social studies teacher, Trisha (Garretson) Uhrhammer, had connections at the Capitol through her graduate work in history and government. She was also involved with the League of Women Voters and encouraged her students to be informed and active in government. She made a big impact on Eleni.