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Catholic Community Like No Other
Catholic Community Like No Other.
Mrs. Maura Nash, Principal
March 23, 2019
Dear SJF Families,
Well, we all survived another fun St. Patrick’s Day weekend! Thank you to everyone who participated in the most beautiful St. Patrick’s Day mass, led by Dr. Chermak and our faith-filled third grade, and the fun parade festivities. Our kids did an absolute beautiful rendition of the story of St. Patrick, equipped with St. Patrick himself, Irish dancers, bag pipes and songs. What a lovely way to start St. Patrick’s Day!
Our savvy musicians have yet another competition this weekend; I am certain that they will dazzle their audience and judges with their talents! Best of luck to all of our athletes this weekend as well. I want to thank all of the parents and grandparents who dedicate so much of their time coaching and traveling back and forth from games and competitions to support our awesome Falcons. Extra-curricular activities are such a vital role in the lives of our students and the success of those activities hinges on your support; THANK YOU!
As we move into Spring, I am hopeful that the warm weather is here to stay and proves to be a symbol of the many wonderful things that we have to look forward to before our school year comes to an end such as: the SJF running club (a sure sign that Spring is here!), breakfast with the Easter...
Katie Canavan, '15 (Marist '19)
Dear SJF Families,
My favorite memory from Fisher was winning the Gold Ball for basketball. Our team had said from the first day of practice in sixth grade that winning that championship was our ultimate end goal. I will never forget the feeling when the buzzer went off in that game and we had finally won, but more so I will always remember the fun we had as a team off of the court.