Community News

Neighborhood businesses have been coming up with ways to assist local families and schools during this difficult time.  Here’s just one example: Nutty Squirrel Gelato is offering a Family Sundae Kit beginning September 21, complete with everything you need for four!  Family fun ordered online with curbside pick up, or at the store.  Choose the … Continue Reading »

Alumni News

Ariana Hussing, St. John School and Bishop Blanchet High School alumna, currently pre-law at University of Washington, is working to make a difference!  She is involved with King County Partnership for Transition Solutions and is reaching out to invite you to become involved. “KCCPTS is comprised of over 40 partner agencies working with justice-involved individuals … Continue Reading »

Message from Administration: Distance Learning Continues 2019/2020

April 6, 2020 Dear Parents, As you are probably aware, Washington Governor, Jay Inslee today announced the closure of all public and private schools for the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic year in order to continue statewide efforts to reduce the spread of coronavirus and the incidence of COVID-19. We realized this was a possibility. … Continue Reading »

Summer Clubs at St. John School

Watch for registration information in next week’s NewsViews about exciting offerings for students this summer, June 15-19, 2020: LEGO® Engineering – for students currently in Kindergarten through Grade 5. Ms. T’s Adventure Camp!  A week of daily adventures for students. Start out at 9am and return by 3pm.  Watch for details. XDC Summer Camp – … Continue Reading »

Portrait Mode: Photo Sessions to Benefit St. John School Auction

      Schedule your Photo Session now!  Limited appointments available – $50 for a 15-minute session with one of three professional photographers. Photo sessions are on Saturday, March 21, on the St. John School campus from 3-7pm.  These sessions can be with close family, school friends, grandparents or with your favorite pet. Pricing:  $50 … Continue Reading »

CRS Rice Bowl – Lenten Reflection for the Family

Maria Ana from Honduras is no different.  Her family’s home was destroyed in a recent accident, and her family is living in a temporary space—a small wooden hut—until they can get it fixed.  It’s been hard living without a permanent place to call home.  Everyone sleeps on the floor, and during the rainy season, the … Continue Reading »