St. Michael School Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., Before School Care is available from 7:00 – 8:00 a.m., After School Care is available from 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. Please contact the St. Michael School office at 605-361-0021 with any questions. We would love to hear from you!
St. Michael School first opened its doors in the fall of 1995 to 21 kindergarten students. Today, the school serves preschool through sixth-grade students. The average class size is 16 and there is a total school enrollment of approximately 288 children. The school offers a Before and After School Care program, hot lunch program, band, orchestra, and vocal music, enrichment activities, a technology class and so much more! St. Michael School is committed to excellence in all academic areas while incorporating faith into everything that happens in the building!
St. Michael students are well prepared to enter into junior high school when they have completed 6th grade. The 6th-grade class has the opportunity to experience and develop leadership skills before they make that transition.
Please come and visit our school and see why your child’s education is important to us! We hope that you will take the time to read through our Newsletters in the section below and learn about all the fun and exciting things that happen at St. Michael School throughout the year.
If you would like a tour of St. Michael School, have questions regarding the online registration process or tuition assistance, please contact Jenni Struck in the SFCS Admissions Office at (605) 575-3358.
If you have questions regarding billing or need changes to a current tuition agreement, please contact Mary Haiar in the SFCS Business Office at (605) 575-3367.
Many local retails will have copies of the back to school supply list available in stores during Back to School season.
UPCOMING FEBRUARY DATES:
Sunday, January 27th – February 2nd – Catholic Schools Week.
Monday, January 28th – Dress is Red/White/Blue.
Tuesday, January 29th – Hot Dog picnic lunch. Sack lunches welcome (no fast food – including Subway or Soda please). Wear picnic attire.
Wednesday, January 30th – Wear your favorite pajamas or comfort wear.
Thursday, January 31st – Conference times due to teachers. Dress as your favorite anything.
Friday, February 1st – All City Mass at Augustana Elem Center at 10:00 a.m. NO PRESCHOOL. K-6th grade school dismisses at 11:30 a.m. Students wear uniforms.
Saturday, February 2nd – St. Michael & St. Katharine Drexel Schools cheer on O’Gorman Knights basketball game at 3:00 p.m.
Monday, February 4th – SFO meeting at 7:00 p.m. in St. Michael Parish Nave (childcare available in gym to registered St. Michael School students only).
Wednesday, February 6th – Conference time slips sent home with students.
Thursday, February 7th – New family open house for Preschool & Kindergarten 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Friday, February 8th – Mass at 8:15 a.m. with Mrs. Gaster’s 5th-grade class.
Wednesday, February 13th – Valentine’s Day classroom parties. Dress up/down day.
Thursday, February 14th – No School – Conferences in Multi-Purpose Room from 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Friday, February 15th – No School – Vacation Day.
Monday, February 18th – No School – President’s Day.
Wednesday, February 20th – February pizza birthday lunch with Mrs. Huemoeller.
Thursday, February 21st – Enrollment opens for new families for 2019-2020 school year.
Friday, February 22nd – Mass at 8:15 a.m. with Mr. Greene’s 6th-grade class.
Monday, February 25th – Magazine sales kick-off.
Friday, March 1st – Mass at 8:15 a.m. with Mrs. Peltier’s 6th-grade class. Magazines sales end.
Welcome! In our newsletter, you will find happenings in St. Michael School, Monthly School Calendar, Lunch Menu, and SFCS Happenings! Please click on the link below:
Congratulations on choosing the Gift of Catholic Education for your child! This Gift will take some years to administer but will stay with them for a lifetime. Through this Gift, they will be nourished in mind, body, and soul. The Catholic school system contributes significantly to the social and cultural fabric of our Church and world. It provides a learning environment that allows your child to question and challenge the secular values of today’s society. Through the use of distinctive curriculum materials developed especially for Catholic schools, they will master not only the required skills and knowledge, but also clear expectations. These expectations are based on Gospel values that embrace social justice, social welfare, and life issues.
We are proud that the Sioux Falls Catholic School System has been firmly established for over 50 years. Our strengths include low teacher-to-student ratio, diverse student population, constant communication between teachers and parents, full-time special needs program, teaching of Catholic principles with daily prayer, religion classes, weekly Mass, and service projects. As we continue to function in an ever-changing society, we stay focused on the teachings of Jesus Christ and develop students who are prepared academically, spiritually, and socially for today’s world.
Along with our spiritual and academic strengths, we are proud of the many service-oriented activities that our school conducts. This year, our students collected food and personal items for the Presentation Sisters, the Bishop Dudley House, and for newborn babies. We have collected coins for the Presentation Sisters, written letters to troops in the Navy, sung for our first Friday senior citizens, and conducted many other activities that build character and help others.
We encourage you to become an active participant in the faith development of your child. You will have many opportunities to join them at school and at Church as they journey to become fully alive in Christ. By assisting them in their Catholic education, you will renew, enrich, and deepen your own Catholic faith.
One of the most important decisions that you make in your child’s development is the choice of their school. We are a perfect fit for families that are looking for a school that centers on Jesus Christ, teaches life lessons, and provides opportunities for students of all backgrounds to excel. We thank you for considering St. Michael School as part of your family’s future.
Thank you and God Bless,
St. Michael School Mass:
Please join us on Friday’s at 8:15 a.m. when school is in session for School Mass.
To learn more about St. Michael Catholic Church please visit http://www.stmichaelsfsd.org/ or call the parish office at (605) 361-1600.
Parent involvement is a key component in the success of each student.
If you can help out in any of these areas or for additional information, please call the St. Michael School office at (605) 361-0021. Or e-mail Lisa Huemoeller (Principal) at email@example.com or JaNalle Gowlovech (Administrative Assistant) at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
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