Congratulations to the Hall of Fame Class of 2023! Joining the Hall were the 1980 Girls Softball team; Dr. Bruce Gleason, class of 1976; Barrett Golyer, class of 1994; and Magdalyn Mae Ewen, class of 2013. To read more, go to
about 6 hours ago, St. Francis Area Schools
1980 Softball Team
Bart Golyer
Bruce Gleason
Chris Lindquist
Maggie Ewen
Members of the Cedar Creek Elementary School PTO along with Principal Tony Alberts and Admin Intern Bethany Rice cut a ribbon to signify the the opening of a new playground. Kindergarten students raced to be some of the first ones to try out the new equipment.
3 days ago, St. Francis Area Schools
First time on new playground
Ribbon Cutting
CCES New Playground
Kindergarten students running to the new playground for the first time! Yay!!
6 days ago, Tony Alberts
kindergarten students running to play!
Remember to wear your Saints Pride gear Friday for the final day of Homecoming Week
7 days ago, St. Francis Area Schools
Saints Day
Join us this Friday, Sept. 22 at 5 pm in the Carlson/Foley Performing Arts Center as we induct the 2023 St. Francis High School Athletics/Activities Hall of Fame class. This year's honorees are 3 SFHS graduates and the 1980 State Tournament Softball Team. Maggie Ewen - 2013 grad, Barrett Golyer - 1994 grad, and Bruce Gleason - 1976 grad, will join the 1980 Softball Team in the HOF. Since 2009, thirty-six individuals and four first time State Tournament teams have been inducted.
9 days ago, St. Francis Area Schools
HoF Program Cover
Our first 90-minute late start of the school year is tomorrow, Sept. 20. This is an opportunity for our staff to conduct professional development. Please note that buses will be running pickup schedules 90 minutes later than normal pickup as well.
9 days ago, St. Francis Area Schools
Late start
The latest SFHS Today is now live at This week features pieces about Homecoming Week, Kody's Closet, a Teacher Feature, Random Question Thing, SFHS Sports, a new segment
10 days ago, St. Francis Area Schools
SFHS Media
Referendum information can be found at
10 days ago, St. Francis Area Schools
We’re getting so close!! Our CCES students are so excited to use our new equipment!
13 days ago, Tony Alberts
New playground
Homecoming Week themes have been announced. Check for more information.
13 days ago, St. Francis Area Schools
Homecoming Week
Check out the first edition of SFHS Today for the 2023-24 school year:
16 days ago, St. Francis Area Schools
SFHS Today
Never forget. 9.11.01
18 days ago, St. Francis Area Schools
Half Staff
Welcome back students! We're excited to have you back in our buildings.
22 days ago, St. Francis Area Schools
CCES First Day
EBES First Day
SFES First Day
6th Grade
​Cedar Creek Elementary School's Media Specialist, Claudia Burville, installed a weather station in the courtyard that broadcasts its data to the Ambient Weather app/network. The information from the weather station is provided 24/7. ​The information can be found here:
23 days ago, St. Francis Area Schools
There is currently an issue with routing information on Infinite Campus for our Transportation Department. The issue revolves around either pick up/drop off times or the location of the bus stop. We are working on the issue and hope to have it resolved soon.
about 1 month ago, St. Francis Area Schools
IC Delay
We are very excited to begin working with you this year! Looking forward to seeing you at our CCES Open House on Wednesday, August 30th from 5:00-6:30pm!
about 1 month ago, Tony Alberts
Vote for our own Grady Brunn for the Prep Redzone Preseason 5A Player of the Year in Minnesota.
about 1 month ago, St. Francis Area Schools
SFHS Football
St. Francis Area Schools is committed to providing high-quality education that equips each student with the knowledge and skills they need to reach their full potential. We believe that every student has the potential to achieve great things, and we are committed to providing them with the classes, programming and tools they need to succeed. However, our district faces significant challenges in meeting these goals as funding for education has not kept pace with the educational needs of our students. As we prepare for the school year, our district is also looking ahead to the November special election, where district voters will be asked to consider a proposed plan that would provide additional funding for our schools. This funding would allow us to: • Enhance vocational education and trade programming to prepare students for high-demand careers. • Expand hands-on learning for STEAM programming. • Provide supplies and materials across all grade levels. • Ensure access to up-to-date technology. • Attract and retain quality staff. Over the past nine years, our district has reduced our budget by $11 million to deal with a budget shortfall due to inadequate state funding. St. Francis Area Schools receives $1,347 less funding per student than the state average, placing our school district among the region’s lowest for per pupil funding. Over 70% of school districts in Minnesota rely on voter-approved operating levies to provide additional funding to support the day-to-day operations of schools, including curriculum, materials and supplies, student programming and services, and staff compensation. St. Francis Area Schools does not have a voter-approved operating levy. This means we spend hundreds of dollars less per student than area school districts. On Tuesday, November 7, St. Francis Area School District voters will consider two ballot questions - a 10-year, $325 per student operating levy and a 10-year, $880,000 annual capital projects levy - to increase funding for our district and provide a strong future for our students, staff and schools. This is an important community decision. We want residents to have the information they need to learn about our challenges, the proposed plan to address them, and the tax impact on local property owners. We encourage you to explore our new website,, for detailed information about the referendum.
about 1 month ago, St. Francis Area Schools
SF Referendum
about 2 months ago, St. Francis Area Schools
School Supplies
Kindergarten Connect is strongly encouraged for all incoming St. Francis Area Schools kindergartners. Kindergarten Connect is an opportunity for kindergarten staff to meet with your child and learn a little more about their academic and developmental skills. The goal is to use this information to create kindergarten classes and begin the year knowing as much about each child as possible. To register for your time go to
2 months ago, St. Francis Area Schools
Kindergarten Connection