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Golf Outing Success!
Thank you to all the golfers and sponsors who contributed to the Spirit & Pride Golf Outing on Monday.

The proceeds generated will go towards the purchase of a new, modern Scoreboard in Spyglass. Our generous event sponsors include:
  • Baumgartner Construction
  • Kevin & Sue Spahn
  • Jim & Laura Shannon
  • Northern Builders
  • Country Financial/Sean Quirk
  • The Steve Armbrust Family
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Announcements


Summer Device Training – Class of 2019, 2018, 2017
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Tentative 2016-2017 Calendar

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Surface Pro 3s



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Required Summer Reading Book List.
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Incoming Freshman Study Guide
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1) Complete all assigned novels by the first day of school.
2) Come to class with any questions and be prepared to discuss the books prior to the assessment days.
3) In order to be prepared, the English department highly recommends students both fully annotate their novels AND complete the study guides.
Note: No grade will be given for this preparatory work (annotations & study guides) although teachers may ask to see what students did to prepare.

Sophomore Summer Required Reading
Annotations of the novel will be required. Students will need to annotate plot points, instances of characterization, thematic qualities, and any questions they may have throughout the text. These annotations will be checked in the first week of school.

Junior Honors Summer Required Reading
Book annotations are highly encouraged.
Students should be ready to write an essay on 'A Farewell to Arms' within the first week of school.

Senior Summer Required Reading (both AP and non-AP course)
1. Complete assigned reading.
2. Book annotations recommended.
3. Come to class with any questions and be prepared to discuss the books.




Math Mastery Skills

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St. Francis High School
Buyback Instructions

Sell Your Books to Charter:

On-Campus Buyback located in the Spyglass Gym Run by Charter

Seniors: 5/18 from 7am - 12pm
All-school: 5/25 and 5/26 from 7am - 12pm


Edtech Software has partnered with Charter Textbooks to buy your books back.

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Summer Institute
for Junior High and
High School Students

at Benedictine University
and St. Francis High School

NON-CREDIT COURSES
FOR JUNIOR HIGH AND
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Intensive English & Math:
Preparing for the College Boards
Study Skills
Pre-Algebra Mathematics



Classes begin June 13, 2016 at
St. Francis High School
and
Benedictine University

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Become a part of St. Francis High School history! Commemorate your years at St. Francis, or honor a special student, teacher, coach or event. This is also a great way to memorialize a loved one, celebrate a birthday, wedding, birth of a child, or an anniversary with a lasting gift.



The addition of the Lacy Family Gateway Building brings the opportunity for the purchase of brick pavers that will be placed in the walkway leading to the entrance.

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