3325 Bridge Street NW, St. Francis, MN 55070
Office Phone: 763-213-1500 • Fax Number: 763-213-1693 • Absentee Line: 763-213-1531 • Tip Line: 763-213-1665
Records Request Fax: 763-213-1691
School day: 7:45 a.m. - 2:25 p.m.
There will be a 90-minute late start for all Independent School District 15 schools on the third instructional Wednesday of every month:
Principal Doug Austin • 763-213-1501 • email@example.com
Assistant Principal Donnie Thompson (A-K) • 763-213-1502 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Principal Jill Engquist (L-Z) • 763-213-1503 • email@example.com
$60/trimester - Cash or Check only (checks made out to SFHS) • PSEO/Saints Academy/Saints Online students - Check with Greeter on price. Students will have an option of West or East Lot. Students will not be assigned a specific numbered spot in the lot. All students must have a parking permit in order to park in SFHS parking lots, except the lower lot by the baseball fields. Students must display parking permits and park in designated lot by the 2nd week of the trimester.
Students and staff at St. Francis Area Schools are excited to announce the third annual Victory Garden Planting Day at Crossroads School & Vocational Center on Wednesday, May 23, 9:30-10:30 a.m. The event will begin with speakers at 9:30 a.m. followed by students, staff and mentors transferring bedding plants grown this school year into soil.
Speakers include Jay Powell, principal, Sonni Buerskin, Special Services program supervisor, Lynne Hagen, University of Minnesota Extension, Master Gardener Program Coordinator from Anoka County, Gayle Boswell, Anoka County Extension Master Gardener and a Crossroads School & Vocational Center student.
The Victory Garden Planting Day is a part of Crossroads School & Vocational Center's (CSVC) curriculum to reach at-risk youth through hands-on education strategies in partnership with the University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardeners. CSVC teachers and Master Gardeners spoke at the Schoolyard Garden Conference on March 2 on their success of reaching at-risk youth in understanding agricultural concepts, such as hydroponics, through their mentorship program. CSVC's Victory Garden successful program has been featured in the Fall 2017 issue of Source and the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture newsletter.