Falcon Newsletter 10-20-21
Congratulations to Miss Marcinkowski who completed her Master’s Degree this past week. It was the perfect way to culminate our College week. It was great to see our students dress in their college t-shirts and see all the door decorations.
Next week, our school will participate in National Red Ribbon Week and celebrate the theme, “Drug-Free Looks Like Me.”
Monday, October 25 – Red Ribbon Week Kickoff
  • Wear your ribbons every day this week.
  • Each class will sign the Red Ribbon Pledge
  • Door decorations begin with a Red Ribbon Theme.
Tuesday, October 26 – Stay Healthy!
Wednesday, October 27- Free Dress (Red theme)
Show your Red Ribbon spirit and wear red. Uniform guidelines must be followed.
Thursday, October 28 – Take 5!
Take 5 minutes today to do something healthy as a class.
Friday, October 29 – Scare away Drugs!
Wear your Halloween costume (guidelines must be followed) to scare away drugs! The winners of our Red Ribbon Contest will be announced at the Halloween Rally today.
Costumes may be worn to school on FRIDAY, October 29th! Please follow the guidelines below:
  • all costumes MUST follow school free dress
  • policy (neckline, straps, length)
  • no masks/props (except during judging at the beginning of the day)
  • no weapons at any time
  • hair dye/make-up must be washed out by the next school day
  • Nothing gory allowed
  • shoes must follow school policy
12:30 Dismissal
Lastly, today Jaden Dwiggins was the “Principal for the Day.” He would like to share the following message: I had a great day today and the staff is really amazing. I went around to the classrooms and got to share some of my fondest memories for each grade. The students were really respectful to me. My favorite part of the day was visiting the classrooms and seeing how happy the students were to see me. Being the Principal for the Day really showed me how hard it is to be a Principal. There is a lot to do in a day!!
Dine and Donate
Our next Dine and Donate is Tuesday, Oct 26th, from 10:30am-10pm at MOD Pizza at The Orchards Shopping Center in Walnut Creek
Must mention St Francis when ordering. Online orders placed through MOD Pizza app or MOD website must use Promo Code: GR197313S. No third party apps or delivery services. Phone orders do not count.
It’s Oktoberfest, so let’s go to Germany… Saint Francis Grill, Fresh Dinners from the Knights of Columbus’s latest addition to the Parish, the “Saint Francis Grill.” We have some of the finest local chefs, recipes, and cooks in the area that will prepare dinners. All served fresh in a convenient drive-through format, just circle around Saint Francis Gym/Family center.
Slow-cooked Hackbraten (german meatloaf), Roasted beer Bratwurst Sausage, Spaetzle (Traditional German Egg Pasta -Farmer Style) topped with Rich Brown Gravy complimented by Finely Chopped Cabbage Sauerkraut. Finished with Fresh Baked Apple Strudel.
The next Serving is Saturday 10/23;  PRE-ORDER – Today, this will sell out. at sfgrill.org PAY by Check at pickup. Invite friends over with our New Party Size Serves 8 for $78.00 (see the link on sfgrill.org limited offer)
We are looking for your favorite Strudel recipe sharing as a fresh-made Strudel. Would like to spread your love as food? Please signup today to bake a strudel and share it with your community. Prepared size is 10 servings, delivered 4-5:30 pm 10/16 Saint Francis Grill kitchen (the Gym Kitchen)
Must sign up in advance. Click Here to review sign up  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090D49A4A62DA2FE3-octoberfest
Scrip Orders
If you are interested in purchasing SCRIP please contact Mrs. Del Prete at [email protected].
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Our Mission Statement
Inspired by our patron saint, St. Francis of Assisi, in collaboration with the Parish, community, parents, and students, our school celebrates an environment which is dedicated to providing quality faith-based Catholic education in a safe and nurturing environment for students in grades TK-8. Our value-centered academic programs empower the students with the skills to be faith-filled people, life-long learners and problem solvers, globally responsible citizens, and effective communicators.

St. Francis of Assisi School

866 Oak Grove Road
Concord, Ca. 94518
(925) 682-5414