Parents do NOT need to send their student's vaccination records to the school, since our Registrar Tracy Gonser can access the Washington records online. Only students who were vaccinated outside of Washington state will need their records sent to Tracy. Thank you!
In support of our local children’s hospital, SGS Community Service students have organized a stuffed animal drive. The drive, which ends Dec. 16, will provide much-needed supply of new stuffed animals to patients admitted to Sacred Heart Medical Center. Your donations will not only comfort children as they undergo a difficult time, but also help teach children about their treatment. The Children’s Hospital requires all donations be new with tags. Since the hospital treats a variety of patients, they appreciate stuffed animals of all different shapes and sizes. Donation boxes will be set up outside of Lower School classrooms and in the Middle and Upper Schools. Thank you!
The Upper School advisory groups decorated their teacher's classroom door with a holiday theme. It was time to take them down today, but first Lauren Boubel's advisory gathered with Francesca Mulazzi, Upper School Head, by their door that featured a brightly lighted Francesca. See a Photo Gallery of all the door decorations.
Social Emotional Learning, or SEL, is the framework that helps children and young adults learn critical skills for everyday success. Parents and family at home play a huge role in supporting their children’s social and emotional needs.
Saint George’s Center for Family Engagement is pleased to offer an opportunity for parents to learn more about our SEL program and how to incorporate skills taught at school into your routines at home. Parents will learn language, strategies, and activities that they can use to support the social emotional growth of their child. Social emotional learning isn’t just something that should be practiced and taught at school. SEL skills are life skills that kids can practice anywhere, especially at home.
Please join presenters, SGS counselor Meghan Kilgore and kindergarten teacher Erika Mullins, for a SEL Presentation for Lower School parents. Two sessions of the presentation will be offered on Thursday, January 20 at 8:30am and 6:30pm in the Dragon’s Den (basement of Metter’s Gym). Please RSVP which session you will attend to Meghan Kilgore at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, Jan. 14. Meghan and Erika are excited for this time of sharing and learning with parents back on campus as active members of our SGS community!
The 5th grade spent part of Friday, Dec. 10 sorting food at the big warehouse for 2nd Harvest Food Bank. They packed Bite 2 Go kits that will be distributed to elementary school children throughout Spokane. The 5th graders packed 1,734 kits during their time there! "They almost provided a whole week's worth of kits in just 4 short hours," says Conor Ellert, Supply Chain Director for 2nd Harvest. "They made a huge difference!"
The class also toured the 2nd Harvest warehouse and saw where all of the donations -- nearly 5,000 lbs. -- that was collected during the Saint George's food drive ended up. See a Photo Gallery of their assembly line in the warehouse. Thank you, 5th graders
To help the Middle and Upper School students and faculty get into the holiday spirit, both divisions are celebrating Holiday Spirit Week with dress up days. Ho, Ho, Ho and Happy Holidays!
Upper School Holiday Spirit Week:
Tuesday – "The Big 5" (From Lower School Days… 1. Winter Coat 2. Gloves 3. Hat 4. Snow Pants 5. Boots)
Wednesday – Holiday Hat Day (Santa hat, reindeer antlers, etc.)
Thursday – Ugly Holiday Sweater Day
Friday – Candy Cane Day (Dress up in red and white)
Middle School Holiday Spirit Week:
Tuesday - Holiday Sweater
Wednesday - Flannel Day
Thursday - Jersey / Sport Day
Friday - Holiday Hat or other Headwear
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