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Service Hours

Posted March 27, 2014

Send in your SERVICE HOUR FORMS! The business office will be updating you on your service hour and fundraising accounts soon, so send in your service hour log and we can record all the fabulous ways (coaching, Jogathon, Halloween Carnival, Holiday Bazaar, Auction) you have helped our community.

St. George Parish & School Family Day of Service

Posted March 10, 2014

May Crowning by Preschool and Kindergarten at the 10:30 Mass
followed by a Family Day of Service, May 4, 2014 Noon-3:00 AND a free barbecue to all participants

St. George Parish School: Faith, Academics and Service

Catholic Social Teaching and the values learned from Service Learning are an intricate part of Catholic faith formation. And, who models this best for children than their parents! Please join us as our Parish and School families come together in a day of service to take care of our campus buildings. Come to Mass dressed for service. There will be a number of tasks to do: flower bed cleaning, shrub pruning, clearing out closets, furniture disposal. St. Vincent de Paul will have a tuck on campus. [details]

PowerSchoo​l Access Changes

Posted March 10, 2014

There is an address change to the PowerSchool Portal. The new address to access PowerSchool is

Using the old addresses will get you to the site but you will be told that you are going to an Untrusted site. The site certificate is only valid for

Registration 2014/15

Posted February 28, 2014

Dear Parents,

Attached is the PowerPoint used in last night's parent meeting. If you were unable to attend, registrations packets are now available at our front office for current families only. Please contact Mrs. Fontaine for your copy.

The Registration deadline for current families is next Friday March 7th. Please contact the office if you have any questions or concerns right away, 206-762-0656. We have waiting lists for kindergarten, first, fourth, fifth and seventh grades. Many of these families are parishioners and waiting for a spot. Their week to register is March 10th – 14th.

Thanks and ENJOY the sunshine. It is glorious!!

Monica Wingard

National Geographic Geography Bee

Posted February 25, 2014


Our school geography bee for grades 4-8 will take place on Friday, March 7th at 10:30 AM. Parents are welcome to attend.

Please note: This is a school bee only. We registered too late to send the winner on to the state bee. Next year, we will plan our bee for earlier in the school year.

The attached information is to help your child prepare for this fun and educational event.


Parent Education Class

Posted February 6, 2014

Wednesday, February 12th at 6:30PM PTA is sponsoring a parent education class presented by Jonelle Matsushima called "How our children are learning to Live Pono". We create peaceful environments and reduce violent confrontations when we enable our children to become effective problem solvers. Living Pono and finding peaceful resolutions thru skill building are just some of the ways that assist us in finding balance within our lives.

St. George Open House: Curriculum Walk

Posted February 6, 2014

Save the Date: St. George Open House: Curriculum Walk, February 13th, 6:00pm-7:30pm. Come tour every classroom in our 5 main buildings, meet the teachers and hear the kids explain their work on display. Bring a perspective school family with you on the tour, and get a ticket from me to be entered into our drawing for a $25.00 Safeway card! Bring three families, get three chances to win! Let's celebrate the "knowledge" and hard work of our children and spread the word to others about the strengths of our school community. As a bonus, PTA will be selling pizza and drinks for dinner in the cafeteria.

A Visit from Archibishop Sartain

Posted on December 12, 2013

Fr. Felino announced today that Archbishop Sartain will join our community during Advent and be the celebrant at the 10:30 Family Mass on Sunday, December 22.

We invite all our school families to come meet the Archbishop and show him what a vibrant community we are at St. George School and Parish.

Emergency Weather Procedure

In case of inclement weather, St George School will announce any delays or cancellations on our school website by 6:30 a.m. If the Seattle Public Schools are closed due to weather, you can assume we will be closed, too.

In addition, we will communicate this information to KING, KIRO and KOMO media outlets. However, because of changes in their reporting policies, we cannot ensure whether, or when, announcements will appear. In cases of delay where we have a 10:00am opening, there will be NO Morning Care Program. Students may arrive at 9:45 am, no earlier as staff will be running late, too.

Ultimately, our highest priority is the safety of our students, families and staff. Regardless of the official start status of the school, we always defer to parents in the use of their own best judgment with regard to whether, and when, it is safe for their children to come to school. When weather conditions dictate that families cannot accommodate the regular school schedule, the school will respect those decisions and consider those excused absences or tardies.

No Parking Zone

Thanks for respecting our No Parking Yellow Zones. In the interest of safety and smooth traffic flow, we ask parents to drive southbound on 13th Ave. during drop – off and pick up and westbound along Dawson Street on the south end of the school. Even though this pattern may force you to drive a block or two out of your way, it helps protect everyone's child and gets you where you need to go more smoothly. Having traffic both ways with cars parked everywhere is a recipe for trouble when transitioning 223 students. Children’s safety comes before convenience every time!

School Safety

Let's Keep the Traffic Moving Safely! We are doing our best to keep traffic flowing in the morning and after school. We ask that your drive southbound on 13th when dropping off and picking up your children. There is NO PARKING at any yellow curb. When picking up, if you don't see our child, please drive around the block so as to allow parents whose children are ready to be able to pick them up and go. If your child needs assistance getting in and out of the car, we ask that you park away from the school, outside the yellow zones, and walk to meet your child. We have also had reports of hurried drivers in the neighborhoods who are speeding due to tardiness. We ask that you respect our local community and maintain safe driving in the neighborhoods at all times. Police will be monitoring our area to ensure our safety.


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