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Welcome to St. Francis Xavier Catholic School!

“We educate for excellence and together we learn to become disciples of Christ!”

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2017 National Junior Honor Society

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Mrs. Bresnahan

Presenting at the 2016 Ohio Middle Level Association Conference in Cincinnati

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SFX is a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence!

The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program recognizes public and private elementary, middle, and
high schools where students perform at very high levels!

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STEM Night Leaders

Our talented STEM Night Student Leaders!

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We appreciate your support!

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Saint Francis Xavier Staff

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Have a blessed Easter

Please view our Holy Week Video, it includes Station of the Cross and Washing of the Feet. Have a blessed Easter Season!


Enjoy viewing the Morning with Mom video.


 Watch the Fine Arts Event and the STEM Night Video


Power of the Pen

Several of St. Francis Xavier’s seventh and eighth grade students competed in the Power of the Pen Regional Tournament on March 25th at Wooster High School. Samantha Bergman, Tim Burke, Tyler Palmer and Ella Spangler were among 85 seventh graders competing. Tim Burke won seventh place. Alexandra faust, Marian Getz, Evie McGowan, Ben Mion and Matthew Yatsko were among 83 eighth grade writers. Ben Mion won 2nd place.  The eighth grade team won 3rd place. Congratulations to our creative writers and their teachers that support them, Mrs. McAllister and Mrs. Cooper!


St. Francis Xavier School Middle School Science Olympiad

Congratulations to our Middle School Science Olympiad team who competed at the regional event on Saturday.  We had many teams place in the top 8 including two first places for Bottle Rockets (Matthew Yatsko and Cooper Kirda) and Mission Possible (Alex Hofmeister and Camryn Kennedy).  Second place for Write Stuff (Ponch Gaich and Cooper Kirda), Third place in anatomy (Nathan Korduba and Pryce Panchur) Forth place for Wind Power (Cooper Kirda and Ivan Shuran).  We also had three teams get 5th place Disease Detectives (Sam Evrard and Kaitlyn Pierce), Food Science (Kaitlyn Pierce and Camryn Kennedy), and Write it Do it (Cole Mamone and Isaac Brej).

Our team won the Directors Award for a duct tape challenge. Several members of our team made a boat out of duct tape that stayed afloat and held the most mass.  Our team finished 8th overall just missing moving on to state by a few points. Congratulations to all our team members for all their hard work this year. A great big Navigator THANK YOU goes out to Mrs. Christina Bresnahan for all of her hard work and support of the team.


2012-2013 Saint Francis Xavier Graduates. The PTC is offering a $500.00 Scholarship to assist in the cost of obtaining an associate or bachelor degree. Here is the application, deadline is April 21.

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From the Principal

From the Principal …

St. Francis Xavier Catholic School Update

 April 16, 2017

Happy Easter!

 

This week the St. Francis Xavier School students will raise the Alleluia on Tuesday during the Morning Broadcast Show in celebration of the Lord’s Resurrection!

Don’t forget that our second Donuts with Mom will be on Tuesday, April 18th.  Please join us if your schedule permits.

It’s Boosterthon time!  St. Francis Xavier School kicks off our second annual Boosterthon this week which will culminate in our FunRuns on April 27th.  We are excited for the character, team building and physical education lessons, as well as the opportunity to raise needed funds for our school that Boosterthon brings to SFX.  If you have any questions about Boosterthon, do not hesitate to contact Jen or Shawn Fugarino.  Thank you for your support.

We are appreciative of the families that have completed their registration information for the 2017-2018 school year and encourage those of you that have not, to do so as soon as possible.  Once again, all registration forms are now past due.  It is imperative that you complete your registration as soon as possible so that we may continue to plan for the upcoming school year.  If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Metzger in the school office as soon as possible.

Thank you.

Have a Blessed Week,

Mrs. Seislove

Week at a Glance:

BOOSTERTHON BEGINS! – Team Huddles start this week!

Monday, April 17 – Easter Monday – No School

Tuesday, April 18 – Donuts with Mom Church Basement

Raise the Alleluia Morning Show

Boosterthon Pep Rallies

Friday, April 21 – SFX Celebrates Earth Day

Small Electronics Collection                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Wear Green with uniform bottoms

2nd grade Reconciliation 1:00pm               

Looking Ahead:

BOOSTERTHON CONTINUES – Team Huddles continue!

Monday, April 24 – Strings & Recorder Concert 7:00pm Gymnasium

Tuesday, April 25 – Teacher Tuesday

All-School Liturgy Teacher Appreciation 9:15am

Thursday, April 27 – Boosterthon FunRun Day                                                                     

Friday, April 28 – 4th grade Ohio Day   

Spiritwear Dress Day                                                                                                                                           

We educate for excellence and together we learn to become Disciples of Christ.

SAVE the DATE: Thursday, April 27, 2017

BoosterThon 2017 ~FUN RUNS and COLOR RUN~ St. Francis Xavier School                                                                                                                                                    

Curriculum

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Common Core State Standards

Catholic schools have a long-standing commitment to academic excellence that is rooted in the faith-based mission of Catholic education. The Common Core State Standards in no way compromise the Catholic identity or educational program of a Catholic school.

The Common Core State Standards initiative, begun in 2007, is a state-led, bipartisan effort that is not a requirement for participation in the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) or any other federally-funded program, and there are no mandates for any Catholic school to follow any federal rules if they adopt the Common Core. Adoption of the Common Core is voluntary; individual states, Catholic dioceses and other private schools make their own decisions about whether to adopt the standards.