Saturday, May 22nd, 2021
Important Dates for Week of May 24th:

Wednesday, May 26th, 3:15 pm - Alumni Party for the SFX Class of 2016 & 2017, School Courtyard

Thursday, May 27th - PK Prom - Gym - 9:00 am to 10:00 am.

Friday, May 28th - All School Mass, 9:00 am to 10:00 am (Student Council Leading) - SFX Church. For the intention of Michael Miles, Mrs. Schafer's father and grandfather to Hannah and Hailey Schafer and Emily Marschel. Please click here for the link to Mass.

Friday, May 28th - Last Day of School - Early Release

´╗┐Release Schedule:
PK - 10:10 am
K - 3rd - 10:20 am
4th - 7th - 10:30 am
We are excited to present the 8th grade Spring Play, You're A Good Man Charlie Brown. Under the direction of Mrs. Robinson, these kids put on a great show under very different circumstances than years past. They worked hard after school each day to prepare then performed with no audience. Thank you Ms. Ray for videotaping so we can all enjoy the performance. They did an outstanding job! Sit back and enjoy the show.
You Did It!!!!
Congratulations to our Class of 2021!
It was a wonderful celebration for our 8th-grade class. Thank you to everyone who helped make the night such a success!
"Go Forth and Set the World on Fire"
Lunch News!

Students: Click Here for our Lunch Survey for Kids. Our lunch committee is making big plans for our lunch program in the fall and we want to know what foods you want to eat. Parents, please make sure your student fills out the survey. They also received an email.

For the new lunch program, we will be revamping our kitchen. In addition to some new appliances, we will need to add some sinks and lighting. If you are a licensed plumber or licensed electrician, would you be interested in helping us? Email Anne Sanford
The week of May 10th our 8th-grade students traveled to the east coast to begin a four-day historical adventure. Our students landed in Richmond, Virginia where they spent two days exploring the colonies of Jamestown and Williamsburg. The next day they journeyed to Charlottesville where they "met" Thomas Jefferson, toured the University of Virginia, and visited Monticello. Our final day was spent in our nation's capital. In DC, our students walked the Vietnam War Memorial, saw the White House, took a moonlit dinner cruise on the Potomac, and explored the WWII, Lincoln, Jefferson, and Washington Monuments, as well as the grounds of the Capitol building. In addition, they had the opportunity to see the newly opened Eisenhower memorial. It was a busy 4 days and we are so thankful for our teacher and parent chaperones that made it such a special trip.
The deadline to order your School Supplies is June 15th! Do not miss out. Place your order today. All you have to do is click here! It is a few short steps and your student's school supplies will be in the classroom on the first day of school.

1st Day School Supplies also gives you the opportunity to donate kits to students. On the order page there is a donate now button. When you click there you can select the grade you would like to donate to and those kits will be marked as a donation. If you would like more information on this program please contact Sara Hogan.
Do Not Forget to Stock Up on Your Scrip!
Scrip will be open next week (May 24) regular hours:

Tuesday ~ 7:45-9:30 and 2:15-3:15
Thursday ~ 7:45-9:30 and 2:15-3:15
Friday ~ 7:45-9:30

Scrip will also be open the first week of Summer School:

Tues & Thur, June 8th & 10th - 8:00 to 10:00 am
Summer Birthdays continue for the last week of school. Parent your students may come in free dress on their designated day (schedule below), and you may stay for Pledge & Prayer to see them get their birthday crowns!
AMDG Baseball Club Tryouts for
2021/2022 Season!
Beginning on June 1st.

Open to SFX students 4-8th grade, boys and girls! BCP varsity head coach Pat Harbeson and his team will teach SFX students lacrosse basics. This clinic is on Monday, May 24th at 3:15 pm. Click here to register.

Good To Know:

  • 1st Day School Supplies - Do you want your school supplies delivered to your student's classroom on the 1st Day School? Click here for the link.

  • Financial Assistance/Tuition Questions - We understand that this is a very unsettling and uncertain time for many of our families. If you are experiencing financial difficulty at this time and are concerned about not being able to meet your financial obligations to the school, please contact Kim Cowan at

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