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Mrs. Maura Nash Principal
April 16, 2021
Dear SJF Families,
Welcome back! I hope you along with your families and loved ones had a peaceful and fun Easter Break! It is wonderful to have the kids back with us and we are eager to successfully tackle these last 8 weeks of school together. Be on the look-out next week for information regarding tuition and fees for the 2021-2022 school year. We are so excited about the many remarkable things taking place at SJF.
See my newsletter this week linked above for the impressive accomplishments of our award-winning 8 th grade Falcons! Our students have earned over $365,000 in scholarships to their high school of choice based on their academic merit and character. We are so proud of the Class of 2021! Thank you for your commitment to Catholic education, but specifically St. John Fisher School.
In unity and hope,
-Mrs. Maura Nash
Lou Spadoni, 2nd Grader
April 19, 2021
This year, our school theme 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 second grader, Lou Spadoni. We have all experienced that feeling of not wanting to go to work or school. Or having a rough start to the morning because we’d rather stay in bed! This was recently the case for Lou’s younger brother in kindergarten. Lou was caught in the act of being the best big brother a guy could ask for! Lou knew that his little brother was having a hard morning so he took the time to walk him to his door, trying to cheer him up along the way. As a second grader, it would be easy to not be in tune with someone’s feelings. But, big brother Lou was there to help make sure his sibling was able to feel a little better before he went into school, giving him a pep talk and a hug. We are fortunate to be able to learn from our youngest Falcons each day....