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Mrs. Maura Nash Principal
September 17, 2021
Dear SJF Families,
Thank you for attending our Back to School Night this past Monday. It was such a feel-good event for all of us and we were thrilled to see you and welcome you in-person for the first time in a year and a half! We are so proud of our amazing school and recognize that your support and involvement directly impact our success. I hope you found this event enjoyable and helpful as we partner together to ensure our children have THE BEST school year! On behalf of the teachers, staff and myself, we want to share a heartfelt, THANK YOU!
Homecoming has arrived! This is always a fun weekend for our Falcons as they demonstrate their love and pride for our school! Tomorrow will prove to be a busy day at Beverly Park with soccer and football games spanning from the early morning until the late afternoon. The schedule for the football and (Sunday) basketball games is listed below. If you would like to walk in the Homecoming Parade on Saturday, please arrive at the church parking lot by 9:30. The parade will begin at 10 and our spirited Falcons will walk from campus to Beverly Park. Come on out and meet up with your neighbors and friends as together we cheer on our Falcon teams! There are plenty of opportunities to cheer on our Falcon Girls Basketball...
Ava Kintz, 5th Grade
May 17, 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 fifth grader, Ava Kintz.
As many of you are aware, Ms. Dunlavy, our 5th grade ELA teacher was recently diagnosed with Breast Cancer. This shocking news was obviously so difficult to digest not only for Ms. Dunlavy, but for all of those who love her. Learning of this news really impacted her students. As a group, the fifth graders wanted to show their sign of love and support. One idea that the group of students had was to dye a section of their hair pink as an outward symbol of solidarity and support. This of course goes against the dress code policy in our student handbook. However, Ava stepped up as the leader of the group and took the time to write me a very impressive persuasive letter, requesting this temporary change in our handbook policy for this important cause. After...