National Bike to School Day – May 10! Still time to sign up!

Bike to School 2017

May is national Bike Month and Bike to School Month! This is a month-long event designed to encourage people of all ages across the country to engage in active transportation through cycling. In addition to being an enjoyable activity, bicycling can lead to lifelong healthy habits. We envision Bike to School Month as a family … Continue Reading »

Spring Concerts

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“Spring” into the season with upcoming Spring Concerts!  Everyone welcome! Thursday, May 4, 7pm, Egan Hall Students in grades 1 and 2 will perform under the direction of Mrs. Pat Tsagalakis Thursday, May 11, 7pm, Egan Hall Students in grades 3, 4, and 5 will perform under the direction of Mrs. Becky Kelly. Don’t miss … Continue Reading »

Cantionis at Safeco Field May 17 – Discount Mariner’s Tickets Available

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St. John School’s grade 3-6 choir, Cantionis will sing the National Anthem at the Mariner’s game at Safeco Field – and the Mariner’s have reserved a special section just for St. John students, family, teachers, and friends!  Tickets are just $13.00 each and are available now, through our ordering portal here. Tickets will be available … Continue Reading »

Robotics Extravaganza! Seattle Prep, May 6

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Brace yourself the robots are coming!  Watch out the robots are coming to take you to and from school, your teacher is a robot, your dentist sends you home with a robot toothbrush, your dog is walked by a robot…..This year’s topic for the Extravaganza is, “Robotics Technology in your Community.”  See the inventive ways … Continue Reading »

St. John’s First Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage

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Last Saturday afternoon, April 8, 31 St. John the Evangelist “pilgrims” shared a hot lunch at Crispin’s Kitchen, prayed the first two Stations of the Cross in our church, were blessed on our way by Fr. Crispin, and headed for the bus stop at Greenwood and 85th.  We bused and walked to five more churches, … Continue Reading »