Principal's e-Newsletter
May 4, 2017
In This Issue

Quick Links
Please check the OnCampus calendar on our website for the most current calendar information
Upcoming Events 
5/6/2017
Prom, The Museum of Science and Industry, 7:00 p.m.-Midnight

5/11/2017
Microsoft Device Night
2:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

5/15/2017 » 5/17/2017
Senior Exams

5/182017
Senior Faculty Dinner, Naperville Country Club, 6:00 p.m.

5/21/2017
Graduation Day

5/22/2017 » 5/25/2017
Second Semester Exams

6/19/2017
Spirit & Pride Golf Outing
White Eagle Golf Club in
Naperville  
Note from the Principal
This past weekend the St. Francis High School community celebrated 60 years of educating and promoting spiritual, academic, physical and social development in students. Thank you to all those who played a role in planning, supporting or attending this special event.

Congratulations to the May Student of the Month Recipients!
Business & Technology-Yizhen (Sarah) Jin; English-Caitlyn White; Mathematics-Stephanie Hall; Performing & Visual Arts-Kevin Shannon; Physical Education & Health-Alex Schmidt; Religion-Emily England; Science-Jack Toppen; Social Studies-Lily Gabric; World Languages-Brady Wanshek.

The St. Francis Staff wish everyone a safe Prom weekend. Please read the important reminders below.

Blessings,
Raeann Huhn Principal
St. Francis High School
2017 PROM DETAILS
Saturday, May 6, 2017
All students and guests must use transportation provided by St. Francis. Check-in will begin at 5:00 p.m. at St. Francis with the buses departing at 5:30 p.m. Buses will arrive back at St. Francis at 1:00 a.m.

All prom attendees are subject to alcohol and drug tests; additionally, jackets, purses, and bags may be inspected by the faculty chaperones. The use of any controlled substances or mind-altering substances is not permitted. Any student/guest in violation will forfeit their ticket and are subject to arrest by the proper authorities.

Be sure to follow the proper dress requirements. Shoes must be worn at all times, please bring a change of shoes if necessary. Prom dresses should be of age-appropriate length and cut; cutouts in the dress are not permitted. The dress must completely cover from side seam to side seam. The back must not go lower than the natural waist. Two-piece dresses are not permitted. Anyone in violation of the dress regulations will be wearing their date's jacket for the evening and required to serve a Saturday detention.
PARENTS Please REGISTER by Monday, May 8 for Microsoft Device Night 5/11
REGISTER your family by clicking here.
We ask that interested parents please complete a
1-minute registration form for planning purposes!
Please join us from 2:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Click here to view the Microsoft Device Fair Offerings for St Francis
Academic Reminders
Final Semester Exams are just a few weeks away: Senior Exams begin May 15, 2017 and all other exams begin May 22, 2017. The exam schedules are located on the home page of the St. Francis High School website.  All freshman-junior students are required to take final exams at their assigned time. Attendance for all exams is mandatory. Seniors that met the requirements for exemption are notified by their teacher and do not attend during that specific exam time(s). To finish the semester academically strong, please encourage your child to organize their notes, develop a study schedule, and check with their teachers about any additional tutoring sessions. The Student-Parent Portal will be deactivated beginning with the first exam on Monday, May 22, 2017 and reactivated at 8:00 a.m. on May 30, 2017.
IT'S ALL 'FORE' THE KIDS!
Join us at the 8th annual Spirit & Pride Golf Outing at White Eagle Golf Club in Naperville on Monday, June 19! Schools out and summers beginning. Gather your golf buddies to enjoy a day on the course while supporting St. Francis High School.

Golf begins with a shotgun start at 12:00 p.m. The $210 golf package includes a buffet lunch and dinner, on-course beverages and hole events. Discounted registration pricing available before 6/1/17.

Not a golfer? Plan to join us for dinner. The $50 dinner package includes a one-hour open bar and buffet dinner. There'll be plenty of raffle prizes and a variety of silent auction items for your enjoyment.

Proceeds generated from this event will benefit every St. Francis student.

Visit WWW.SFHSCOLLEGEPREP.ORG/GOLF for further details on how to REGISTER, SPONSOR, or DONATE to this event. Please direct any questions to Larry Rutkowski at Rutkowski.larry@gmail.com or Dan Donati at ddonati@sterserv.com
Uniform Resale
Clean out your closets to benefit the St. Francis High School Scholarship Fund! It is time to gather all of those outgrown or gently used (or barely worn) uniforms and donate them to the Uniform Resale. Starting NOW, look for collection bins around the school. We will accept clean, gently used uniforms until June 7. The summer Uniform Resale is Tuesday, July 25 from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. in the LRC.

For questions or to volunteer at the resale, please contact Patty Henneberry phenneberry@naperville203.org or Dawn Bogdanski dawnbogdanski@yahoo.com
Click on the image below to read the most recent admissions newsletter that is sent out to prospective families. Feel free to share it with anyone you know who might be interested in attending St. Francis High School.
Kaplan Test Prep is offering an ACT prep class this summer at St. Francis High School. The course takes place Monday through Thursday, June 19 to June 29, from 8 a.m. to noon. To register, go to: www.kaplanatschool.com/stfrancis. Use the Promo Code KAS150 at checkout to get additional savings. Register at least three weeks before the start of the class to get discounted pricing.
Mass for Mental Health and Send Silence Packing
On Friday, May 12, St. Elizabeth Seton in Naperville is sponsoring two events intended to foster awareness and healing for mental health, addiction, special needs, and suicide. St. Francis students and families are invited to these events. The first is Send Silence Packing, a traveling exhibit that will be on display at North Central College. The exhibit includes backpacks of information about college students who have died from suicide. The intent of that exhibit is to match resources to those in need, help eliminate the stigma of mental illness and prevent the crushing blow of suicide. The other event is the annual Mass for Mental Health that is held that night at 7:00pm at St. Elizabeth Seton in Naperville. The Mass is followed by a reception with speakers and mental health professionals. If you have questions about these events, contact: Deacon Gerard Erickson, St. Elizabeth Seton, c. 630-669-5653 or visit www.NeedYouRightNow.com
Summer Camps are Open!
Register today on 8to18 https://sfhs.8to18.com. We have camps available for all age groups.

If you have any questions, please contact Janet Thelen
jthelen@sfhscollegeprep.org.