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St. Francis Area Schools
A PreK-12 public school district serving the communities of Athens Township, Andover, Bethel, East Bethel, Linwood Township, Nowthen, Oak Grove, St. Francis and Stanford Township

St. Francis High School (SFHS)

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Location: 3325 Bridge Street NW, St. Francis, MN 55070

Office Phone: 763-213-1500
Fax Number: 763-213-1693
Absentee Line: 763-213-1531
Records Request Fax: 763-213-1691
Attendance Line: 763-213-1531
Health Office: 763-213-1530
Counseling Office: 763-213-1590
Athletics: 763-213-1508
All other calls: 763-213-1500


Principal Doug Austin • 763-213-1501 •
Assistant Principal Donnie Thompson • 763-213-1502 •
Activities Director Chris Lindquist • 763-213-1504 •

School day: 7:45 a.m. - 2:25 p.m.
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There will be a 90-minute late start for all St. Francis Area Schools on the third instructional Wednesday of every month for the 2018-19 school year. These dates include: September 19, October 17, November 21, December 19, January 16, February 20, March 20, April 17 and May 15.

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Changes coming to Hwy 47 crossing, rally planned
Posted 11/28/2018 03:45PM

With the recent accident at Highway 47 and Pederson Drive that resulted in the serious injury of two St. Francis Middle School students, there has been a renewed effort to improve safety at that crossing.

District leadership and city administration have been trying for over a decade to improve safety for pedestrians at the crossing. On Tuesday, November 27, St. Francis Area Schools Superintendent Troy Ferguson and St. Francis City Administrator Joe Kohlmann participated in a conference call that included MnDOT, Sen. Michelle Benson, Rep. Kurt Daudt and other officials regarding pedestrian safety.

"It was a very productive conversation and changes that can be made right away will be made," Ferguson said.

Already a sign advising drivers of their speed was installed on the pedestrian crossing sign. Officials are also considering reducing the speed as part of a short-term solution.

"These are efforts to improve safety immediately while long-term, permanent options are explored," Ferguson added.

The school district supports any effort to improve the safety of the intersection, but holds off on endorsing a specific plan at this time, trusting the experts to provide a long-term solution, whether that be a bridge, narrowing traffic to one lane, introducing a stoplight, building a roundabout or another solution that hasn't yet been proposed.

A rally to build further support for immediate change is planned for noon, Saturday, December 1 in the County Market parking lot. Organizer of the rally is Chris LaMotte, father of Anneliese LaMotte, one of the girls injured November 20. For more information regarding the rally, contact Chris at 612-369-0525.

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