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Mrs. Maura Nash Principal
June 08, 2022
Dear SJF Families,
We did it! I hope you all share in our overwhelming sense of accomplishment for successfully completing another challenging school year. I applaud our community. The reason behind our success is that we worked together. Nothing about this school year was easy. But it was worth it and most importantly, our kids are better off because of it!
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the parents and guardians of our Falcons. There is not a more important, frustrating, challenging and rewarding job than being a good parent. And you are exceptional. You love your child(ren) unconditionally. You never stopped supporting your child(ren). Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for staying the course. It was our great privilege to educate your child(ren) this year. Thank you, parents. You are so appreciated!
Where would we be without our committed staff and faculty. During a time when teachers all over the country are leaving the profession, our teachers showed up every single day with a thankful heart and an open mind to support your child and help him/her grow academically, spiritually and emotionally. Faculty and staff, we commend you. You gave our children an advantage this year...
Ben Schreiber, 7th Grade
November 22, 2021
One of our school themes is “Fly Like a Falcon”. Falcons SOAR above, capturing an aerial view of what is going on below. We are encouraging our school community to “SOAR above” things that might bring us down, not allowing us to be our best selves. We are on a school-wide crusade to “Fly Like a Falcon”, lifting one another up, celebrating the positive interactions, and kind behavior that our students and staff demonstrate each and every day. This week we recognize 7th grader Ben Schreiber. One of Ben’s fellow 7th grade classmates suffered from a badly broken leg this school year. Ben has been an amazing friend to him for the past several months. He carried his books every single day without question and made sure he had all of the necessary supplies. Initially Ben stayed in the classroom to eat lunch with him so that he wasn’t lonely. Shortly there after Ben was also able to corral the rest of the boys in their homeroom to do the same. The cool thing about Ben is that being kind and thoughtful just comes naturally. I don’t know if Ben would label this behavior as anything special at all. It is just how he is. However, Ben’s teachers and I think he’s quite special and are grateful for this daily reminder of what it...