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80’s Do you remember these favorite 1980’s trends? Break dancing Boom boxes Cabbage Patch dolls Friendship bracelets Penny loafers Rubik’s cubes Smurfs Trivial Pursuit DINNER AND RAFFLE TICKET SALES Dinner tickets for the Live Auction are now on sale at the Bidding for Good website.  We have already sold 78 tickets, please buy your tickets … Continue Reading »

Science Fair – Judges Needed

Middle School Science Fair

Love science? Love our students? Love taking part in our community? Science Fair Judges are needed! St. John School’s Middle School Science Fair takes place on Thursday, March 30, and we need Judges!  If you’re interested in chatting about science and engineering with enthusiastic middle school students, please check this link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c084caaa72baaf58-stjohn1 Training will be … Continue Reading »

Auction News!

Prom 3

80’s Do you remember these favorite 1980’s TV shows? “Cheers” “A-Team” “Miami Vice” “M*A*S*H” “Magnum PI” “Knight Rider” “Family Ties” “Who’s The Boss?” “Love Boat” “The Facts of Life” “The Greatest American Hero”   DINNER AND RAFFLE TICKET SALES Dinner tickets for the Live Auction are now on sale at the Bidding for Good website.  … Continue Reading »

“Screenagers” Comes to St. John School

Growing Up in the Digital Age

Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age St. John School is hosting a screening for parents and students of the documentary film, Screenagers. Join us on Tuesday, March 21, at 7pm in Egan Hall for a free, must-see presentation. Screenagers is a documentary that will likely strike a chord with many parents. It explores how … Continue Reading »

Upcoming Club Offerings

Clubs

Watch for sign up opportunities in next week’s NewsViews for the following offerings: Spring Chess Club – Thursdays, 4/27 to 6/1, 3:05-4:15pm     We welcome back Chess Club for students in Kindergarten through Grade 5.  Cost is $60 per student.  K/1 session limited to 16 participants; Grades 2-5 session limited to 32 participants.   Summer – Week … Continue Reading »