After many hours of hard work, evaluation, and goal-setting, the school’s new five year strategic plan is complete. Please view this document with the understanding it presents broad, overarching goals. A more detailed, working document will be used to implement and achieve the specific goals. Administration is most grateful to the school commission and the … Continue Reading »
St. John School won a $27,415 School Partnership Grant from the Fulcrum Foundation. The grant will help to fund a new fire notification system in the main school building. Donations to fund this project are still being collected and can be made online here. If you prefer to give via another method, please contact Michele Thornquist … Continue Reading »
We opened the doors to our brand new Preschool and Extended Day Care spaces on Monday, November 26. Morning Preschool was able to start right away. Extended Day Care will not launch in the new space until officially approved by the State of Washington. Check out photos from today on our Facebook page.
Parents of current St. John students – do you intend to enroll a preschool or kindergarten student for 2019/2020? If so, we want to know! Please follow this link to let us know your intention. This survey is for currently enrolled families and is for planning purposes only. Completion of this survey does not register your child for … Continue Reading »
St. John School celebrated another successful endowment event and awarded middle school science teacher, Sven Tice, with the Eagle Award. Mr. Tice was celebrated by two former students, Hannah Cole and Jimmy Nguyen. Hannah remembered him as “honest but fair, objective but empathetic.” Hannah went on to describe how Mr. Tice not only attended her … Continue Reading »
St. John School will celebrate Unity Day on October 24, a day that promotes acceptance, kindness and inclusion. Since orange is the color of unity, students are encouraged to find something orange to wear on Oct. 24 (free dress if you wear something orange!) Eighth graders will be visiting classrooms in grades kindergarten through seventh to teach … Continue Reading »