Community News

Saint George's Spirit Store has new logo wear available.  Visit Our Online Store for the full selection.  Orders will be process on the 30th of each month and delivered directly to your student's classroom on the 15th of the following month.  If the 15th falls on a weekend, orders will be delivered the following Tuesday.  A portion of each sale benefits Saint George’s Programs.  (Credit card payment will appear on your statement from BCi Creative.)  View the Spirit Store Flyer and the Spirit Store Color Options flyer (that helps show what the clothing color combinations look like).


For their community service project, the 1st graders are collecting dried-up markers (this includes dry erase, highlighters, and Sharpies) and dried-up glue sticks.  They will count them, package them, and send them off to Crayola and TerraCycle for recycling.  Please save your dried-up markers and glue sticks for them.  If you would like a collection container, they’d be happy to make one for you.  To get inspired, watch the 1st graders sing their "Recycle Song" after Friday Assembly! 

The Upper School is collecting "normal teenager goods" for the teen girls at Daybreak Youth Services, a nonprofit provider of adolescent addiction and mental health treatment services.  The SGS Community Service Club hopes to raise awareness for Daybreak, as well as collect items to donate to these teens in need.  During this drive from Monday, September 17 through Friday, the 28th, we will be collecting (but not limited to): 

Socks, Journals (no spiral wires), Adult Coloring Books, Board/Card Games, Hair Products, Hair Ties/Scrunchies, Lotion, Water Bottles, Gift Cards (coffee, fast food, iTunes), Prom/Homecoming Dresses, Art Projects you have made or Art Supplies. 

Daybreak is a safe environment for these girls to heal, grow and learn in.  They will appreciate receiving anything that any other teenage girl would want!  Thank you for your donations and support for this amazing facility!

In a senior class tradition, the 12th graders came dressed up for Picture Day.  See a Photo Gallery of their outfits and poses.

Start of School Looks Cool

September 24, 2018

The air glowed with sunlight on a cool September morning last week.  View a Photo Gallery of students headed into school just before the start of autumn.

The second annual Saint George’s Golf Classic will be held on Friday, June 29th at 1:30pm at the Kalispel Golf and Country Club less than a mile from the school.  The format is a two-person scramble, which includes 18 holes of golf (golf cart included), driving range access, food, beverages and a post-round awards banquet.  There will even be some awesome hole-in-one prizes!  Registration is $150; see the Golf Classic Flyer for more details.  Space is limited so register today at  Please contact MacKenzie ( if you have any questions...

Class of 2019 Gives a Cheer

September 17, 2018

After the Dragon Dance on Aug. 31, each class performed a cheer.  Here is a YouTube Video of the seniors showing the Class of 2019's spirit!

The lightpole banners in front of the Upper and Middle Schools and by the Errol Schmidt Athletic Center highlight the recent SGS student achievements that helped earn the Scholastic Cup for top 2B school in the state for academics, athletics and activities.  See photo galleries of the Banners Along the Road and the Banners by ESAC to review all that SGS students accomplished last year!

Senior Jaxon Spackman and his family were featured on KHQ-TV news on Sunday, Sept. 15 for building beds for local children who don't have their own places to sleep.  Jan Spackman is the local chapter president for Sleep in Heavenly Peace, a non-profit that will deliver over 100 beds this month.  See a Video Clip of the story; to volunteer or make a donation with SHP, go to

Head of Upper School Russell Werkman has confirmed that he will be moving east next summer, after his son Xander graduates from SGS, to join his wife Sarah in New England.  During his decade of employment, Russell also has served as Assistant Head of School for Secondary Education.  He has taught various classes and continued to develop the College Counseling program into a huge asset for the students and families.

Read Russell's Letter about his plans for the coming year, as well as Jamie Tender's Head of School Letter about the search process planned to find the next Head of Upper School for Saint George's.

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