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SGS Summer Camps Are Back!

Saint George’s offers a variety of week-long programs and one-day camps to engage your child in learning and activity during the summer break. There are camps to build skills in different sports, create a variety of art, perform a musical theater number, get active with rock climbing and kayaking, explore other cultures, and develop reading and writing abilities. Our 120-acre campus is a great place to spend a week or two this summer!

There’s something for each student — Chinese Culture, Cookie Decorating, Outdoor Adventures, Creating with Clay, Musical Theater, Basketball and Soccer Camps, and even a Hula Hoop Camp — just to name a few!

Check out the fun summer programs Catalog of Camps offered this year. Then beginning Tuesday, April 9th you can Register Your Student for camps in June, July, and August.

Next Parent Association Meeting Is April 11th

The next PA meeting will be on Thursday, April 11th at 8:30am in the Dragon Room. Please join us to learn more about the activities and events planned for the last two months of school!

Register by March 28 for SGS Gala & Auction!

March 28th is the deadline to register for Saint George’s annual Gala and Auction — Paint the Town Red! This year’s Gala on April 20th will be held at Overbluff Cellars in the Washington Cracker Co. Building at 304 W Pacific Avenue in downtown Spokane. There will be dinner catered by Inland Pacific Kitchen, drinks, and free parking along with live and silent auction items to bid for. Tickets are limited, so register now on the SGS Website (or scan the QR code in the graphic above) for an evening to bring the Saint George’s community together!

Sign Up to Donate Blood on March 28

Saint George’s upcoming blood drive is Thursday, March 28th from 9am to 2:00pm in the Upper School Library with the American Red Cross. Go to the Login Page, and if you have donated before sign into your donation account. If you haven’t donated before, create an account and find our location. This should take you to the SGS Blood Drive’s page where you can sign up for a time slot. Thank you for being a blood donor — one donation could save up to three lives!

Student News of the Week for March 25

See the Upper School Student News of the Week for March 25th, which includes the week’s club meetings and how to deal with a newspaper that thinks it’s still winter. (Fire it!) Plus, Anton Watson and the Zags are in the Sweet 16, but he isn’t the only player from Spokane who can do a reverse dunk!

Deadline to Register for Golf Classic is April 8th

Dozens of alumni, parents of alumni, current parents, friends of parents and faculty/staff members will tee up at the Dragon Drives the Green Charity Golf Classic on Friday, May 3rd. This SGS Alumni-sponsored event is at The Golf Course at the Coeur d’Alene Resort. There is some space for additional teams, so anyone in the SGS community is invited to Register by Monday, April 8th. (If you have already registered and paid your dues, no further action is necessary at this time.)

Pricing is set at $1,500 per group of four (i.e., $375 per person) and includes green fees, golf cart, forecaddie (gratuity not included), unlimited access to the practice range over Lake Coeur d’Alene, boxed lunch, bottled water, and a complimentary drink ticket. All proceeds from the Charity Golf Classic will benefit Saint George’s School!

Limited hole sponsorship opportunities are open to the Saint George’s Community and local businesses. For more information, please Click Here. For more information about the event or any questions, go to the Alumni Weekend webpage or contact SGS Alumni President Tyson Bostrom ’11 . Go Dragons!

See US Student News for March 18

View the Upper School News of the Week for March 18th to see shout outs for the IB Visual Arts senior showcase on the 19th, the Middle School Academic Fair and performance of “Frozen Jr.” on the 19th, the drive for Helpful Bags that ends on the 21st, and the Knowledge Bowl team headed to State on the 22nd. Plus it includes a video about finding beauty in the ordinary things of life. Have a great week, Dragons!

Short Week of Classes for Grades 6-12

Thursday, March 21 and Friday, March 22 are Middle School parent conferences. No classes for grades 6-8 on those days. Friday, March 22 is also a Teacher In-Service Day for the Upper School, so no classes that day for grades 9-12.