SFSS Family Newsletter
Friday, March 31, 2023
Happy Holy Week and Happy Spring Break!!
School will be closed April 1st to April 9th for spring break.
Spring break is a great time to finish your enrollment packet for next school year. Those needing financial aid should complete the packet and apply via FACTS.
April will be a quick month and busy with lots of events and opportunities for students.
More details are outlined below.
Another newsletter will be sent next Friday.
Upcoming student opportunities
- Those interested in the spring CYO sports, please reach out to Jim O'Connor. email@example.com
- Art Club for students in grades 3 - 8 on Tuesdays 2:30 - 3:30 pm. Contact Donna Long (firstname.lastname@example.org) if interested in signing up..
Congratulations to our Middle School Robotics Team!
They competed against other middle school teams from around the region at the annual RIT E3 Fair today.
Lucas Yunits and Wyatt DeCann placed 4th place in the Robo-Maze option.
Great job! You all represented SFSS so well!
Congratulations for winning 4th place in the Robo-maze option.
Jack and Matt prepare to compete.
Between competing and the awards ceremony, students explored different STEM jobs and projects. Here students learn about building bridges and the importance of infrastructure.
At the time of publication, the 2023 Read-a-thon raised $7, 250.
We appreciate all who donated. The money will be used towards making school improvements.Congratulations to the following classes who earned a pizza party for meeting their class fundraising goal:
Their class pizza party will be sometime in April. A notice will go home to families of the date.
The winner of our book madness activity was The Three Little Aliens and the Big Bad Robot read by Max Delgado.
Donations are still accepted on 99Pledges until 11:59 pm tonight.