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Mrs. Maura Nash

Mrs. Maura Nash Principal

November 24, 2020

Dear SJF Families, Thank you for taking the time to participate in our virtual parent-teacher conferences these past two days. We recognize the importance of our partnership with all of you and are so grateful to be on this journey together. We are thrilled to announce that we are scheduled to be back for in-person learning on November 30 th ! Our success with in-person learning can be attributed to many factors including your honesty, care and cooperation with our school’s tight protocols, our faculty and staff’s caution and constant attention to the safety and health of your children, and our students’ flexibility and resiliency. Together we are an incredible team! Beginning our 12 th  week of in-person learning is absolutely a team success and something to be celebrated! This year looks different than years past, but I believe in many ways we have more to celebrate and be thankful for. Please see below for some of this year’s highlights.   You and your family are constantly on my mind and in my prayers. Please enjoy this week off together and your Thanksgiving holiday. I am thankful for each of you. In unity and hope, -Mrs. Maura Nash     


Falcon of the Week

Our 5th Grade Homeroom 206

Our school theme is “Fly Like a Falcon.” At school, we are intentionally discussing what it means to be 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. Ms. Dunlavy’s Room 206 is a group of incredibly kind kids. Each day they not only make life and learning fun, but they work hard to lift each other up. They are grateful for being in school and work hard to be the best version of themselves each day. When they occasionally make a mistake, they own it, apologize for it, and move on. Ms Dunlavy’s kindness and positivity has rubbed off on these falcons. Room 206 gives each other, their teachers, and their administrators positive affirmations, support, and love each day. Not only do these kids work hard each day at being good students and kind to one another, they are also so fun to be around! They joke, laugh, and keep things light. In fact each Friday, they have created a tradition, that they pull different “pranks” on Mrs. O’Shea. In a world where there seems to be so much stress and negativity around us, Room 206 lights up our day. I, personally, am so thankful for them. They remind me each day to keep it light, laugh, and that this will all be okay. We are so proud that they are falcons. They make our school a better place. Keep flying like falcons, Room 206. You’re making a difference!  READ MORE