St Francis Area Schools Resources
It's very important that all St. Francis Area Schools residents, adults and children are included on the school census.
Call 763-753-7040 and let the school district know when you have an addition to the family or if you've moved.
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Infinite Campus (Student Information System)
If your child is three years of age or older, contact the St. Francis Area Schools Early Childhood Department at 763-753-7172. If your child is younger than three years of age, Anoka County residents should call Help Me Grow at 763-433-4888 and Isanti County residents should call 763-689-4071.
If your child is three years of age and not yet in kindergarten, Early Childhood Screening is the first step in confirming any concerns you have.
Family Resource Library
Located at the Lifelong Learning Center, the Family Resource Library is a place for you to spend time with your child or by yourself. Check out books and material or sit a bit. The library is self-service and guidelines for use are posted in the library.
One on One Visits
Welcome Baby Visits are for families with a new baby. An ECFE representative will come to your home, or you can come to our center, with information on classes, resources in the community, parenting ideas, as well as a free gift!
Educational Visits are about one hour in length for families in St. Francis Area Schools and can take place in your home or at our center. We bring activities for parents and children to enjoy together; there's also time to share information about parenting. Each visit is individually designed based on the goals you and the ECFE representative have developed.
Contact Nancy Wallace, 763-753-7170, if interested in a visit.