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Dear Warrior Families,

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COVID-19 Weekly Numbers Report as of 5/13

The Lucas County Health Department has asked us to report our updated numbers weekly to our community in addition to communicating them directly to the LCHD.

Cumulative Positive Cases Since August: 16[10 students, 6 adults]

Current Positive Cases in Isolation: 1

Current LCHD Quarantines: 2

The Changing of the Guard - New Opening!

A reminder that last week, we announced the loss of a number of team members moving on as well as new open positions. Mrs. Baker, who has done great service to the school over many years, has communicated to her colleagues and students that there is a new adventure over the horizon. Warrior on, Mrs. Baker! Under the "Contact SJA" menu, you can see our open positions and forward to anyone interested.

PSO: Flowers, FUN-raising, Wine, PSO on 6/11

Please be sure to redeem your flower vouchers (or let your purchasers know) by Monday, May 17th.

Make sure you're sharing out the Media Resource Center fundraising info on social media and following the excitement! A few items of note:

  • Event Saturday: This link will take you to the PSO FUN-raising page and place to purchase tickets!.
  • The last video releases tomorrow morning; check our YouTube page to see all of them.
  • Optional 80s Themed Dress Down for $1 tomorrow! Wear your favorite 80s style clothes or hairdo!
  • Lunch will be provided tomorrow to all students and staff. Hotdogs, chips, juice boxes, and popsicles are the menu. Carpet squares and some pavilion seating are available; your child may bring a beach towel to sit on if they wish. If you prefer to send food with them, that is fine too.
New Junior High Electives

Mr. Jakubisin met with 5th graders yesterday and 6th and 7th graders today to talk about the electives available to them next year. In the Blackbaud portal, by Friday afternoon, there should be a pop-up/header inviting you to indicate your top three elective choices. There will be ten electives offered during this first year and students will be able to take one of their top three choices. If all goes well, we will expand the course offerings next spring.

Re-enrollment & Tuition

You should have received an invitation to re-enroll from Mrs. Schmakel this week. Please note that although the cost to educate continues to rise, Monsignor Borger, the Finance Council, and the school administration have worked together to increase the availability of basic financial aid. With these efforts, we have limited the effective increase to families to the smallest increase in at least 8 years. For at least the prior 8 years, tuition has increased by $100 or more, even up to $200 in a single year. Although this is sometimes unavoidable, we wanted to make sure you knew that we see the investment you are making in your childrens' futures and do what we could to help. With this, returning families receiving basic financial aid will only see a $90 increase to tuition with the K-8 (and in ratio for Preschool).

If you didn't fill out the Intent to Return form some time ago, it might take a few steps for your basic financial aid award to show within the system, but it doesn't mean you're excluded from it.


This year's lunch ordering window closes on Tuesday the 18th. Lunches will not be able to be ordered after this time.

St. Joan of Arc, pray for us!

Go Warriors!

Gabriel A. Jakubisin
SJA Principal

P.S. Past editions of the sjaweekly can be found in the Family Portal inside Renweb.

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