Today at Saint John's
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Updated 11:30AM, TuesDay, JUly 17, 2018
Summer office hours are now in effect. We are open Monday - Thursday, 9:00am - 3:00pm.
If you need to change your schedule: Please fill out the Course Change Request form found under "Parents" and then "Forms/Policies". Email Mrs. Paulette Anders at PAnders@saintjohnsprep.org or Mrs. Julie Hoehn at JHoehn@saintjohnsprep.org. the Counseling Office to arrange an appointment.
Order your books: Once your schedule is complete, you are now ready to order your books.Here is the link: https://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/vbm/vb_home.php?FVCUSNO=35785&url=saintjohnsprep.htm. They offer new, used and rental books at competitive prices. Please check the course listings here even if you are not ordering from MBS as they will have the correct ISBN for each required textbooks.
Flynn and O'Hara Pop Up Shop for ordering new uniform items: We are hosting a Flynn and O'Hara pop up shop on Wednesday, August 8 from 11:00am - 3:00pm this summer for trying on and ordering new uniforms right here on campus. Some items will be available for purchase and all others can be ordered and will ship free.
Seniors: You order your senior color polo shirts online from the Flynn and O'Hara website, https://www.flynnohara.com/
Don't miss out on Mr. Petersen's College Essay Workshop: Sign up today and knock out that college application essay. Click on the link below for more information. https://www.saintjohnsprep.org/about-sjcp/announcements/announcement-post/~board/announcements/post/mr-petersens-college-essay-workshop
Medication at school: If your student needs to take any medications at school from a cough drop to Epipens for allergies or asthma inhalers, you will need to have your doctor fill out the HealthLink medication at school form each school year and the asthma action plan, diabetes protocol or allergic reaction plan if your student is diabetic or needs to carry an inhaler or Epipen at school. All medications must be left in the main office (exceptions are Epipens and inhaler) and cannot be administered without proper documentation. Each medication must have a separate form. Your child's doctor must sign off on your student carrying an inhaler or Epipen and a separate action plan must accompany each order. Please contact Mrs. Petrie with any questions. The forms are available from the school website, www.saintjohnsprep.org, click on the Parents tab, click on Forms/Policies and then General Forms and Policies.