Construction Update 3/15/18

Jambo Rafikis! We wish you a holy Lenten season and look forward to celebrating the Resurrection of our Lord with you this Easter. No doubt you have seen the construction activity on our campus. We are writing to update you on the progress of our Honor the Past, Embrace the Present and Secure the Future … Continue Reading »

Construction Update Addendum 3/15/18

As we described in the March 15, 2018 letter to parishioners from Fr. Crispin and the Executive Committee, the following is additional information on the progress of the campaign, construction and planning: By September of 2017, the Parish had raised $2.7 million of the overall stated goal of $3.266 million. With confidence that we would … Continue Reading »

CYO Track – Register Now!

Track and Field season starts soon – register your 4th – 8th graders now (3rd graders are welcome to join us at practice).  The daffodils are blooming and sun breaks are emerging—this can only mean one thing: track season is here! Please don’t forget to register!  Visit the SportsPilot link and click “REGISTER HERE” (scholarships … Continue Reading »

Student Addresses Company’s Use of Masculine Pronoun

Rhys F., Gr. 4 recognized a problem with an article in the Achieve3000® curriculum and decided to pen a note to the publisher: “I am a fourth grader at St. John School in Seattle Washington and I use Achieve 3-5 days a week for school. I love all the articles Achieve provides except for one: … Continue Reading »

529 Plans and K-12 Education

Did you know that 529 Education Savings Plans can now be used to pay for K-12 education—including Catholic school tuition? Changes approved in the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act extend the use of 529 Education Savings Plans—traditionally meant to cover college or other post-high school education and training costs—can now be used for approved … Continue Reading »