Cross Valentine’s Day card-making off your to-do list! We'll have our crafting experts (Lily ‘19 and Whitney ‘18) helping your kids make all their class Valentine’s Day cards while you enjoy some downtime with other parents. Pink cards for the kids and pink drinks for the parents! This event is best suited students Kindergarten - 3rd.
K-Beauty's No-Make-Up Make-Up Party
HOSTED BY JAHWON LEE, JIHAE LEE, & YOUNG HONG
Friday, February 8
11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
If what you seek is a radiant dewy complexion, this is the perfect party for you! Korean beauty no-make-up make-up is the oxymoron that just will not quit, so we had to find a beauty expert who will show us just that. Please join us for an afternoon of make-up tips, and everything that there is know about achieving that dewy, bouncy, fresh-as-a-daisy skin glow. Light appetizers and bubbly refreshments will be served.
No need to sign up again if you registered for the retake day that was rained out in December
As an intentionally small school, we make advance arrangements and commitments for the accommodation and instruction of each student each year and therefore, we thank you in advance for your timely attention to your child's re-enrollment contract for 2019-2020. Your family’s enrollment portal opened on Thursday, January 24, 2019. For two-parent families, follow the on-screen prompts from the link in your respective emails (sent January 24) and make sure both parents have signed the re-enrollment contract from their respective email address log-ins, before submitting the deposit payment. Contact Admission Office Coordinator/Registrar Marissa Jackson with any questions.
Congratulations to sisters Jean ‘21 and Sue ‘23 on being the very first students enrolled for the 2019-20 school year! As a reward for their punctuality, we’ll be sending them personalized backpacks. Congrats!
An excerpt from Peter Reinke’s State of the School Address on Wednesday: When I met with each of the middle school heads and admissions directors in the fall, I asked each person, “What makes a St. James’ graduate at your school?” and what I heard again and again was St. James’ graduates don’t need lessons on citizenship. They actually are coming into these conversations on homelessness and poverty, all of these social justice issues, understanding it in a way that most other students don’t understand as fully. So we have a real opportunity here to have regular conversations about what citizenship should look like in 2019. Click here to view the entire address.
1st grade students study the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As a part of those studies, Mrs. Leonard’s students take a moment to reflect on their own dreams for the world. Click here to see some of their dreams.