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Mrs. Maura Nash Principal
May 13, 2022
Dear St. John Fisher Families,
The warm weather and sunshine are adding to the excitement the end of the school year brings. This week, we also couldn’t be more grateful for air-conditioned classrooms! As a faculty and staff, we are still on such a high from last week’s teacher appreciation festivities; thank you all again! Please join me in congratulating and praying for Fr. Ken this weekend as he celebrates his 42 nd anniversary of being a priest. As a school, we are so thankful for his unconditional support and love for our students and staff and his weekly presence at our grade level and all-school masses.
As our athletic seasons come to a close for the 2021-2022 school year, we would like to thank all of our parents and volunteer coaches and coordinators who donate their time and energy to our kids all year long. Without you, our sports programs wouldn’t be possible. We would also like to congratulate all of our athletes this year on a job well done and give a special shout-out to our 4 th Grade Blue, 5 th Grade White and 8 th Grade White Volleyball Teams who won first place this season! In honor of these victories and all of our student-athletes’ accomplishments all year long, this Monday will be a full...
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...