Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

St. Francis High School is exercising extreme caution and has implemented preparedness and response measures for the safety and wellness of our community. On March 29, 2020, President Trump announced that the federal government would keep its guidelines for social distancing in place through the end of April to try to curb the spread of the coronavirus. In addition, Governor Pritzker extended the stay-at-home order until the end of April. Therefore, E-Learning and remote work will continue after Spring Break until in-person instruction can resume.

SFHS parents and guardians may refer to the
  • “COVID-19” tile on the Resource Board in onCampus for updated communications and response to COVID-19.
  • “E-Learning” tile on the Resource Board in onCampus for additional information regarding E-Learning.

Featured News

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  • Jeff Gerdeman '87 Named New Head Girls’ Basketball Coach

    St. Francis High School is pleased to announce Jeff Gerdeman '87 as Head Girls’ Basketball Coach.
    Coach Gerdeman has long been connected to St. Francis High School. As an alum from the class of 1987, Coach Gerdeman is one of seven siblings who attended St. Francis High School. Receiving his B.S. in Accounting from DePaul University and his MBA from Northern Illinois University, Gerdeman has served as the Director of IT at St. Francis High School for nearly 20 years - the architect behind the school’s Microsoft Showcase School recognition.
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  • St. Francis High School Goes Mobile to Improve Student Learning

    St. Francis High School has been determined to improve student learning outcomes and prepare them for today’s workforce. Working with the local Microsoft Store, we’ve implemented a 1:1 Mobile Learning program that helps students learn new skills and complete their projects—both in and outside the classroom.
    Learn more about our Mobile Learning Initiative (1:1 program) and collaboration with Microsoft Store here.
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  • St. Francis High School Named Jostens 2020 National Yearbook Program of Excellence

    St. Francis High School’s yearbook program has been named Jostens 2020 National Yearbook Program of Excellence. The National Yearbook Program of Excellence recognizes engaging yearbooks that reflect a broad representation of the student body while helping students develop 21st century skills such as communication, collaboration, and information and communication technologies (ICT) literacy.
    The St. Francis High School award winning yearbook program is led by editors Gabi Castaneda ‘21, Brigette Penrod ‘21, and Elizabeth Kapsch ‘21, under the direction of Mrs. Doane, Yearbook class advisor, Visual Arts and English Teacher.
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