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1/11/19 Faculty Friday: Mrs. Richardson

It’s #FacultyFriday! Today we are highlighting Mrs. Richardson who teaches our four-year-old friends. She loves finding new, fun, active ways to teach information. “The light that shines when a child recognizes that they “got it” is so rewarding! “ Let’s learn some more:
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12/14/18 Faculty Friday: Ms. Ashton

It’s #FacultyFriday! Today we are highlighting Ms. Ashton, our Executive Assistant to the Head of School. Her favorite foods are Key Lime Pie, her Nana’s crab cakes and Kraft macaroni & cheese in the blue box! She also loves to rescue animals from harm’s way.
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Faculty Friday

It’s #FacultyFriday! Today we are highlighting Mrs. Dutra, our EC Art Teacher who loves to create and learn new creative processes! Mrs. Dutra’s hidden talent is that she can write backward in cursive! She likes foods from different cultures and right now she is loving Afghan food!
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Facts Management Instructions

The Admissions Office and Business Office are proud to announce the use of the FACTS Student Information System (SIS) for the 2019-2020 school year. FACTS SIS will improve the way St. John’s Parish Day School manages information, automates processes, and communicates with families.
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Meet our Head of School Elect

Lori Dembo has been appointed our new Head of School. She’ll begin on July 1, 2019. Dembo will enter her duties in Ellicott City with many years of independent school experience and administrative expertise. She is currently serving as Lower-School Head at St. James Academy in Monkton, MD, where she also coordinates the International Baccalaureate Middle-Years Program.
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3rd Grade Field trip to Fox 45

Our Third Graders discovered how a news station operates, stood in front of the green screen and observed a live taping of the news during a guided tour of Fox 45. The best part was having time to ask the anchors questions and have a class picture taken on the actual set!
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