Campus Update for Tuesday, January 11

Good afternoon! Here are this week's news and announcements from St. Johns Country Day School:

Report Cards Posted

Just a reminder that report cards were posted to My School App on Friday, January 7. Please reach out to teachers or division assistants if you have any questions. 

Free Webinar: PSAT, Now What?

Upper School parents, don't forget tomorrow night's PSAT webinar, presented in partnership with Revolution Prep. The webinar will review the next steps after receiving your child's score report, the different typs of tests students will encounter down the road, how they're different from typical tests in school, the importance of your student’s grades, when to start preparing, how to sign up for the SAT & ACT, and how to interpret your child’s PSAT and ACT score reports.

Don't miss it! 
Date:    Wednesday, January 12, 2022
Time:    7:00 pm – 8:00 pm (Live Online)
Click here to register. 

Pet Food Drive Continues!

Middle School Student Government is continuing its pre-holiday pet food drive to support the Safe Animal Shelter through Valentine's Day—Monday, February 14. Please share the love and send in donations of canned or dry dog, cat, puppy, or kitten food for donation to Middleburg's Safe Animal Shelter, Clay County's oldest no-kill shelter. The Middle School homeroom with the most pet food collected will earn a Spirit Dress Down Day. Lower and Upper School students are also encouraged to participate. Please bring donations to the front reception desk for contribution. Thank you!

Sparty Sports

Several Sparty Sports programs begin within the next month and it's not too late to register for after school fun! Check out the exciting options below, and register today.





Spring Athletics Starting Soon

The spring athletics season is starting soon. Starting dates, times, and locations are listed below for each sport along with coach info. All practices will start at 3:30 p.m. Please reach out to Director of Athletics Traci Livingston if you have any questions. 

Character Foundations: Self-Control

This month in Character Foundations, students in all divisions will be learning about and putting into practice self-control, which is defined as choosing to do what you should even when you don't want to. Learn more about self-control and how you can help support St. Johns' lessons at home at

Key Contacts
Some things never change— no matter the circumstances, St. Johns staff stand ready to assist with anything you might need. Please feel free to reach out at any time to:

  Head of School Valorie Baker
  Head of Middle and Upper Schools Jackie Lentini
  Head of Lower School Otis Wirth


We hope you have a great week!