- Father Rowins Scholarship Fund
The Father Rowins Scholarship Fund was originally created to help provide financial support for current St. James’ families who have fallen on difficult times financially. Whether a spouse has lost his/her job, or their business has closed, or a family has suffered other financial hardships, these one-time gifts of financial support help St. James’ families continue attending the school. Current St. James’ families are encouraged to apply for a gift from the Father Rowins Fund. If you have received a scholarship gift from the Father Rowins Fund in the past, you are not eligible to apply. If you are applying for Tuition Assistance from St. James’ for the 2017-2018 school year, please contact Najah Lowe (email@example.com) in the Business Office to discuss your eligibility to apply for scholarship fund support.
Please take a look at the Application Guide for instructions on how to apply. All applications must be completed online and submitted by Sunday, April 30th at 11:59p.m.
If you have any questions, please contact Najah Lowe (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I have checked all EpiPen lot numbers stored in the Health Room. I have contacted you if your child’s EpiPen is on the recalled list. The recalled lots do NOT include generic EpiPens Auto-Injectors, which are manufactured by Meridan Medical Technologies. Please contact me with any concerns you may have. More information here.
-- Nurse Basham
- Kuramoto's Class: Opinion Writing
For Open House Mrs. Kuramoto's class made animated pictures with paragraphs written by students, it is a really unique project. See all of them here.
- LAPD Community Survey
Currently, the Los Angeles Police Commission is considering a new policy for releasing body-worn camera video to the public after an officer-involved shooting or other serious use of force incident. The LAPD’s current policy is to not release such videos. The Commission has asked the Policing Project to help gather input from the community on whether to change the policy and if so, what the new policy should be.
The Policing Project would like to ask for your help to solicit feedback from the public on this extremely important issue. I have CC’d Maria Ponomarenko, the Deputy Director at the Policing Project at NYU Law.
There will be a community forum at the Seoul International Park Recreation Center on April 12th at 6:30 p.m., or you can to go to: www.LAPDVideoPolicy.org to take a brief online questionnaire.
- Student Leadership Carnival
Do you feel like having some fun? Well, the Student Leadership Program will be hosting a carnival on Friday, April 21 at 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. We will have lots of games, prizes and fun activities. Tickets will cost 50 cents each. Make sure to pre-order your tickets online by April 18! Most of the games will cost 1-5 tickets, but others will be free! Some things we will have will be a bounce house, bean bag toss, basketball throw, rubber duck pond, pinko, raffle, popcorn machine, cotton candy machine, face paint and many more!
All of the proceeds we make at the carnival will go to the St. James’ Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry. This will help them buy more food to give to the homeless and people in need.
We are looking forward to the carnival and hope to see you there! Please contact Student Leader, Natalie at email@example.com if you have have any questions or if you would like to help volunteer at the event.
- Science Videos
- ASE Starts Monday