School Updates

Saint Gilbert School Operating Plan

Town Hall Reopening Plan FAQ 


May 11, 2021

No Grayslake Buses on Friday 5.14.21




We just received a call this morning that D46 will not be in school on Friday, therefore Durham buses for D46 will not be running either direction on Friday, May 14th.  Please make a note of this on your calendar, and arrange for car-pools etc.  This only applies to those who are riding a Grayslake bus.


Mrs. Buckley, Principal

May 9, 2021

St. Gilbert Families-No need to cook dinner!

Restaurant Night:  Wednesday, May 12th


Portillo's Restaurant Night 

May 7, 2021

Order your yearbook today!

Since we have received a few yearbook orders after the given deadline, we have decided to extend it to May 14. Please note that we will not have extra yearbooks for purchase so this is your last chance to order a copy for your child.

Please be reminded that distribution of the yearbook will be in the summer to allow all events this school year to be included.


SGS Yearbook Order Form 


Yearbook Picture Submission Instructions 


Additional Notes:


1. Parents of e-learners, kindly take a picture of your child’s picture (while they are in class or during their break time) and send it to so we can include their photos in the yearbook.


2.  We need Reconciliation and First Communion Photos. 


3. Lastly, the yearbook is looking great! Special thanks to Meaghen Dahm for taking and sharing loads of pictures. Thank you to all the parents who have shared pictures as well. It is not too late to send pictures for the yearbook. Please see attached for detailed instruction on how to upload pictures for the yearbook.


Thank you!


St. Gilbert Family School Association (FSA)

May 6, 2021

Thursday Tidbits

Dear Parents/Guardians,

It has been a week of tiny blessings walking in the door with flowers and cards for their teachers. Thank you to everyone who sent good thoughts and praises to our teachers here at St. Gilbert school, after this unusual year it is more deserved than ever. I know they are all waiting for summer break to get here so they can recharge their batteries, and relax with their families. 


On this note, I know there are still some families wondering if we will be offering “live” eLearning next school year, and the answer is “no” we will not offer Long Term eLearning as an option. We will use Short Term eLearning if there are quarantine restrictions, snow days, or facility emergencies. Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Chicago made a plan to open our doors during the pandemic and do everything we could to ensure the safety, health, and education of our students. Our students’ success this year was the direct result of having access to an in-person education. Learning loss was little to none, our standardized test scores were high above national averages, and the emotional health of our students was addressed through our Social Emotional Learning periods daily.  As we look toward the future in the school year of 2021-22 we may not know yet what day-to-day safety measures will be needed, but we are committed to providing excellent personalized instruction for our students within our school environment.  Thank you all for your continued support and trust in St. Gilbert School.


Thank you to everyone who participated in and supported our SGS Rocks Trivia & Auction! I want to thank all the people who worked behind the scenes to make this event a success; Nicole Beshel, Lisa Judd, Bridget DelCarmen, Lisa Jacobson, Dee Schneider, Katie Miglore, our room parents who coordinated donations for baskets, and many other volunteers and staff members who put in time to make this event successful. Thank you to everyone who made donations in support of this program. All the proceeds go to our Tuition Assistance Fund, and are used to help applicants to St. Gilbert be able to afford Catholic education.


Mrs. Buckley, Principal


Donations needed of “used tennis balls” for the feet of our student chairs and desks. Send in through the office-thank you!


Attention, hot off the presses......Summer Technology Camps!




July 19 - 23rd  Robotics


Incoming Grades 2-4 from 8:30 - 10:30 Drop off & Pick Up at Gym Doors with Athletics


Sign Up at:

Pay online at:

Incoming Grades 5 - 6 from 11:00 - 1:00  Drop off & Pick Up at Gym Doors with Athletics


Sign Up at:


Pay online at:


Students staying from Athletics will be taken downstairs to get a drink and relax

July 26 - 30th  Coding


Incoming Grades 2-4 from 8:30 - 10:30 Drop off & Pick Up at Gym Doors with Athletics


Sign Up at:


Pay online at:


Incoming Grades 5 - 6 from 11:00 - 1:00  Drop off & Pick Up at Gym Doors with Athletics


Sign Up at:


Pay online at:


Students staying from Athletics will be taken downstairs to get a drink and relax


Calendar Items:


Friday, May 7 - No Woodland Bus-PM, FSA Meeting 8:00-Zoom, Hot Lunch-Pizza


Monday, May 10 - iReady Diagnostic Testing begins (Reading & Math)


Wednesday, May 12 - 8:45 Late Start Grades K-8, No Grayslake Bus-AM, Portillo's Restaurant Night


Thursday, May 13 - Wear “Future Saint” shirt or other SGS wear


Friday, May 14 - All School Retreat 8:00-11:00, iReady Diagnostic for eLearners 8:00-10:00


Saturday, May 15 - First Communion 1:00 pm


Informational Flyers:


Spring Girl Scouting Becoming Me Series 


Blood Drive: Knights of Columbus 


Round Lake Pageant Flyers My Best Me

May 3, 2021

Calendar Reminders



Here are the weekly calendar reminders for the week beginning May 3rd:


Tuesday, May 4th - Dairy Day orders due


Thursday, May 6th & 7th - Dairy Days Fundraiser sponsored by The Freeze (Student Council)


Friday, May 7th - No Woodland Bus (D50) PM, FSA Meeting 8:00 am, Hot Lunch (Dominos)


Mrs. Buckley

May 2, 2021

SGS Rocks Trivia/Auction


Dear Parents/Families,


Thank you to everyone who played trivia with us on Friday night-I believe it went very smoothly, and a good time was had by all!  Saturday we had a great time seeing families for our first ever outdoor drive-in movie, and today is your last chance to get a themed basket, grade level art projects made by your lovely children, and other fun items.  Bidding will close at 8:00 pm.  This fundraiser benefits our Tuition Assistance Fund, helping interested families choose Catholic school.


Link to the auction!


I hope everyone is enjoying this beautiful day!


Mrs. Buckley, Principal

April 29, 2021

Thursday Tidbits

Dear Parents/Guardians,

This week I am going to highlight our ongoing events with appropriate links to each. May tends to be a very busy month as we head towards graduations and other end of the year events. One thing I do want to highlight is “Teacher Appreciation Week” May 3-7. Family School will be treating the teachers to lunch on Friday, but I would like to encourage the students to write a note either by; card, paper, or email to thank a teacher that has helped them in some way. Students could also bring a flower picked from their home garden to brighten up a teacher’s day. I think you will agree that the teachers at St. Gilbert have been stars through this tough, different school year-show them your love and appreciation with kind words and deeds throughout the week.


Blessings to you!


Mrs. Buckley, Principal


Friday, April 30 - SGS Trivia Night (7:00-9:30 pm) Reservations closed.


Trivia Night is this Friday at 7:00 pm. We've worked with our Trivia Hub partners to give you more trivia! We've extended our game from 5 to 7 rounds, so plan on an end time between 9:30 and 10:00. Important details regarding the event went out earlier this week to the email/s provided at registration. If you believe you should have received that email and did not, please contact


*Eat at/order takeout from Emil's Grayslake on Friday!  10% of total sales will come back to SGS Rocks fundraiser!


Saturday, May 1 - (7:00-9:30 pm) Movie Night (reservations full) concession order form:


Lots of great auction items are ready to bid on!


SGS Rocks Online Auction open now through Sunday, May 2nd at 8:00 pm


Dairy Days at school will be May 6 & 7th - (Thanks to the Freeze for their donation & support!)


Dairy Day!.png 


Bus Registration for 2021-22 School Year

Grayslake 21-22 bus form.pdf 


Woodland 21-22 bus form (1).pdf 


Sports Registration for 2021-22


At this time we anticipate having the below listed sports for the upcoming Fall and Winter Season.  Sports registration will be opening up on June 4, 2021.  A one time Sports Registration Fee of $35.00, and the applicable Sports Fee will be required at the time of registration as well as all required forms.   All athletes will require a sports physical, that must be turned in before the start of the season.  Please see the School’s website, under Athletics for required information.  In keeping in line with the Archdiocese, protocols will be in place such as social distancing and wearing masks.  All sports are subject to change(s) depending on guidelines from the Archdiocese.   -Victor Rivera, AD


Sport                          Fee


1. Girls Volleyball      $100.00

2. Boys Basketball    $125.00


3. Girls Basketball     $125.00


4. Boys Soccer          $100.00


5. Cross Country       $50.00


Carmel Catholic Summer Camps & Classes


2021 Free Athletic Camps Flyer 1sided.pdf 


2021 Free Accelerated Math Course Flyer.pdf 


2021 Free Engineering Flyer.pdf 


SGS Summer Camps for 5-8 Grade Basketball & Volleyball


2021 SGS Coed Summer Camps-VB_BB (1).pdf 


SGS May Unity Calendar-Student Council


May Unity Calendar.pdf 


Chess Flyer


Beginners Chess.pdf 


SGS Athletics Golf Outing-only four foursomes remain!


Golf Outing Registration.pdf

April 26, 2021

Online Auction is Live!


Dear St. Gilbert Families & Supporters,


Our Online Auction is now open and will run today through 8:00 pm Sunday, 5/2. There are wonderful baskets filled with themed items, students in each grade made a piece of unique art, and there are many other donated items to choose from.  This auction is not limited to just SGS families, please share with other family members and friends who might be interested. Winners will be contacted to arrange pick up of their items at the school.


Thank you for your support of our second largest school fundraiser that benefits our Tuition Assistance Program.


Mrs. Kristine Buckley, Principal

April 22, 2021

Thursday Tidbits

Dear Parents/Guardians,

As more and more adults are eligible for the vaccine, and the weather is turning nicer, we are seeing an uptick in younger aged children testing positive for Covid-19 throughout Illinois. I am asking everyone to continue following our protocols of; mask wearing, maintaining social distancing, hand washing, and reporting travel or close contacts with individuals who have tested positive.  I have a teenager of my own and I know how hard it is to contain their activity, unfortunately if we don’t talk to them about the risks of their social activity the consequences might be the loss of freedoms; such as attending school, special celebrations, and end of the year activities.  Let’s all work together as a community to finish out the school year in a healthy, positive way-we are so close to the end of a very successful school year!


I want to clarify our eLearning policy at this time.....we only have a handful of students remaining in eLearning, eLearning is not available to be used for incidents of “sickness, tiredness, or just wanting a day home from school.”  eLearning will only be provided to the students who are currently selected eLearners, and/or individuals that are required to quarantine due to exposure or travel restrictions. Teachers who no longer have eLearning students are not teaching with an open “online format,” they are teaching  directly to students in the room. Thank you for your understanding.


As we head to some warmer days I have been asked about the "short policy." We will not be returning to what was allowed at the start of the school year as far as “random” shorts.  At this point we are transitioning back to a mindset of following a uniform policy going into the next school year.  What is allowed to be worn for warmer weather are; uniform style blue or khaki shorts, uniform jumpers, skirts, and skorts in corresponding grade level colors, gym shorts on your gym day, and the black shorts with SGS logo purchased off the Spirit Shop.  As I have mentioned before we will not be opening a Spirit Shop until right before next school year.  I do believe the options available will be sufficient to get us through the next month.


Bus Forms School Year 2021-22:


Our school is serviced by the Grayslake School District #46 and the Woodland School District #50 for those living within the respective districts' designated boundaries and outside one mile and a half from school and for those under a mile and a half who must cross a State Certified Safety Hazard.


A fee is charged to those taking a Woodland bus.


Completed bus request forms for school year 2021-22 are due to the St. Gilbert School Office by May 15, 2021.


The forms are attached to this edition of Thursday Tidbits.


Thankful Tidbits:


Thank you to Mr. Byrne for his donation of Milwaukee Tools for our maintenance department, to Carmel Catholic High School for their donation of child sized masks, and for the Corn families purchase of a hand-sanitizer dispenser for the preschool area.  We feel so blessed to have the assistance of so many families that make good things happen around our school.


Trivia Night Fundraiser:


Have you gotten your team together for our family friendly trivia night?  Due to our new online format this year, trivia will be appropriate for all ages. You can play from the comfort of your home while enjoying pizza from Emil’s and some quality time with family & friends.  Please consider it, we would like to fill all our available 200 spots!


Mrs. Buckley


SGS Rocks Trivia & Auction Information:


Last chance to register for Virtual Trivia Night - deadline is Friday 4/23.  If you registered, more information will be coming via email early next week.


If you aren't able to attend Virtual Trivia Night there are other fun ways to support the SGS Rocks fundraiser, which benefits the SGS Tuition Assistance Program:


Our Online Auction is scheduled to begin on Monday, 4/26 and is open to all, this auction will run for a weeks time. Some highlights are “Teacher Themed” baskets & grade level class projects, invite your family and friends to take a look at our fantastic offerings.  

Eat at Emil's Grayslake on Friday, 4/30. Emil's will donate 10% of dine in and take out orders when "St. Gilbert School Fundraiser" is mentioned.


Calendar Items:


Tuesday, April 27th - School Board Meeting (Rescheduled Date) 6:30 pm-Google Meet


Friday, April 30th - SGS Rocks Trivia & Auction Opens- Trivia 7:00-9:00 pm.


Saturday, May 1st - First Communion 11:30 (session 1)

Information Flyers:


Grayslake D46 Bus Form 


Woodland D50 Bus Form 


Trivia Night Registration link is below:

Summer Camps CLC-Brochure

April 15, 2021

Thursday Tidbits

Dear Parents/Guardians,

The Spring Fling event was a huge success-thank you to all the families who came for the event, and to my wonderful teachers and staff that worked tirelessly to prepare and pull it all together.  We plan to make this an annual event!


Mrs. Tillich & Mrs. Reed: Fun paint blasting area, and chalk art


Ms. Draper & Ms. Schapals: Spring planting and blooming activity


Mr. & Mrs. Kleber:  Fun flying STEM activities


Ms. Beagles:  For planning, marketing, and running the Book Walk game


Mrs. Greffly & Mrs. Wach:  For running the fair games area, and supervising our Student Council Students.


Dr. Knowlton:  Musical exploration and activities.


Mrs. Swindell, Mrs. Martinez, Mrs. Gillespie:  Set-up and running the Scholastic Bookfair


Mrs. Krause & Mrs. Spradlin:  Our friendly greeters


Mrs. Murphy & Mr. Juan:  Planning, set-up, and take-down (the often forgotten jobs!)


Many families sponsored this event with their purchases of needed materials off the Amazon wish list, Student Council members helped to run the game room & helped with the music area....many family members and friends of teachers also helped lend a hand in making this event a success. Thank you to all!


D46 is holding their annual meeting for services to special education students who attend private schools or home schools on April 21st at 5:30, see the notice in flyers below.


Summer Camp registration for grades 5-8 continues for Volleyball and Basketball, as well as registration for our summer Golf Outing; funds help support our sports programs at SGS.  Spots are filling up fast, only (8) foursomes remain-get your registration in now for this fun event held at Bittersweet Golf Course in Gurnee on August 14th, 2021.


The Movie Night that was cancelled will be rescheduled, unfortunately the cooler/rainy weather for spring in Illinois has rolled in, so we are watching for a more pleasant forecast to determine our reschedule date-stay tuned!


Lastly, I want to encourage everyone to join us for our Virtual Trivia Night! Play from the comfort of your home with teammates gathered by Zoom in your own breakout rooms!  It is a great way to spend a Friday night, and you are also helping SGS with our second largest fundraiser for the school, to benefit our enrollment and help keep Catholic education affordable.  An online Auction will be held in conjunction with this event, and I can personally attest to some wonderful items for all tastes and interests are being put together for you to bid on.


Your children are a blessing to us!


Mrs. Kris Buckley, Principal


Calendar Items:


Friday, April 16 - Mid-term progress reports go home, Fancy Friday Dress Up Day


Tuesday, April 20 - School Board Meeting 6:30 pm (Google.meets)


Wednesday, April 21- 8th grade picture retakes


Friday, April 23 - Hot Lunch (Sammies)




Notice of Public Meeting D46 


SGS Rocks Virtual Trivia 


Trivia Sponsorships 


SGS Summer Sports Camps Grades 5-8 


SGS Golf Outing Registration/Sponsorship

April 13, 2021

SUBJECT: The time is now to order an SGS yearbook!


Good Afternoon Parents and Guardians,


Despite the challenges of this year, we have been working tirelessly to create a yearbook for the 2020-21 school year. As we reflect on this one-of-a-kind school year, let’s share all the positive memories through compiling photos of our school community and events that made this school year so unique and successful. 


Kindly see attached for the order form and detailed instruction on how to upload photos for the yearbook. Please print the order form and return it by April 30. Please be informed that the distribution of the yearbook will be after the school year ends to allow all events to be included.


Don't miss your chance to reserve a copy of this one-of-a-kind 2020-21 yearbook for your child! 


SGS Yearbook Order Form 


Yearbook Picture Submission Instructions 


Thank you!


St. Gilbert Family School Association (FSA)

April 8, 2021

Thursday Tidbits

Dear Parents/Guardians,

As of this writing, the weather looks a bit dicey for our events on Saturday, but we do have a backup plan to hold the Spring Fling (11:00-2:00) sessions in the school building (gym and multipurpose room) so if you are signed up please come rain or shine to enjoy the fun activities our teachers have planned for you.  Our Scholastic book fair will be in the gym during this event-you will actually get to look at and touch books for purchase!  If there is rain for the evening movie, I will reschedule that to a new date.  I want to thank all the families and staff who generously donated all our needed items for this event; Blake, Schneider, Bing, Metz, Reed, Maloney, Bechard, Fuentes, Farrell, Angie Corti, Jan O’Brien, Lisa Kleber and Dawn Beagles.  The entire staff has worked extra hard to put together this event for our families, and we can’t wait to see everyone!


Our Lenten service project was a huge success; the school collected $2007.55 for United Way Lake County.  This organization helps individuals in Lake County with a myriad of needs.  Ask your children what this agency does, the entire school watched a live Zoom presentation by United Way staff explaining what types of services they provide.  Classroom winners are:  1st Week Most Change- 2A (Ms. Schapals), Most Pennies-8A (Mrs. Greffly), Most Dollars-3A (Ms. Erickson), Most Money Raised-K (Ms. Beagles).


The REBEL Way is a program we have been running all year; R-Responsible, E-Enthusiastic, B-Big Hearted, E-Empathetic, L-Leader....students earn tickets for demonstrating these behaviors that they can use to earn items off the weekly prize cart.  At the end of a trimester their teachers select a class “Rebel Way Leader” who has demonstrated all these qualities consistently over the past three months.  The REBEL Leaders for the 2nd Trimester are as follows: Tommy B.(K), Grace V. (1), Tyler L. (2A), Jesella S. (2B), Geri G. (3A), Matthew O. (3B), Gavin M. (4A), Mason O. (4B), Jonathan R. (5A), Evelina S. (5B), Chloe B. (6), Brianna R. (7A), Maria Z. (7B), Izzy B. (8A), Josh K. (8B).  Wonderful leadership students, you will also be receiving a breakfast reward from the Principal next Monday, April 12th!  


We are in need of more Clorox wipes, so if you can add a container or two to your shopping list for SGS that would be greatly appreciated! 


See below for SGS Summer Sports Camps that will be offered for grades 5-8 for basketball and volleyball.


Our next big event is SGS Rocks Virtual Trivia & Auction.  We will have a week of special Auction items you can bid on, as well as an evening of trivia with your family and friends.  Please consider forming a team to play trivia, registering as an event sponsor, and supporting Emil’s the night of the event.  Emil’s will be donating 10% of the total food sales that evening to the fundraiser.  The auction will be open to anyone, not just trivia players, from 4/26-5/2.  There will be a big variety of items from; class projects, teacher themed baskets, as well as other donations from local businesses.  We hope to make Catholic education a bit more affordable for those who wish to choose it, and keep our school enrollment strong!  All the proceeds will go towards our tuition assistance program.


Our new uniform store is ready for viewing and ordering for next year.  I have placed the link below.  We will be returning to full uniform wearing next school year, with some new colors and styles available.  If you register you will receive invitations to sales and special discounts that will run from now through the summer months.


Spring is in bloom!


Mrs. Buckley


Calendar Items:


Friday, April 9 - No Woodland PM bus, Hot Lunch-Pizza, FSA Meeting 8:00 AM 


Saturday, April 10 - Spring Fling (rain or shine) 11:00-2:00, Movie Night 7:00-9:30


Wednesday, April 14 - Late Start (8:45) K-8, No Grayslake AM bus, Restaurant Night (Mod Pizza)


Friday, April 16 - “Fancy Friday” Day (all school), Mid-term Progress Reports go home



Family School Association:

Note: Final FSA Meeting for the 2020/2021 school year will be Friday, May 7th at 8am. Please see Thursday email for zoom link.


School Uniforms by Tommy Hilfiger:


SGS Rocks Virtual Trivia Night 


SGS Summer Sports Camps 


Restaurant Night-Mod Pizza 


April SGS Unity Calendar




April 7, 2021

Please join us for SGS Rocks Virtual Trivia Night on Friday, April 30 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm! 


All proceeds benefit the Tuition Assistance Program.


We have hired the trivia professionals at TriviaHub to create and facilitate our game via Zoom. 


Teams can be to 4-10 people. Your team can gather in one location or multiple. That's up to you! 


The Zoom link will be shared with registered participants the week of the event, and a Zoom breakout room will be available to each team.


Registration is $30 per person. Register using this link SGS Rocks Virtual Trivia Night Registration no later than 4/23. Payment can be sent to the school office in an envelope marked "SGS Rocks". 

April 1, 2021

Thursday Tidbits

Dear Parents/Guardians,

Spring is finally here, and along with it comes all kinds of end of the year activities.  You will find a “tentative” school calendar for school year 2021-22 in the flyer section.  Please be advised that there could be additions/and or potential changes to this calendar as the school year goes on. 


We have had a wonderful response to our “Spring Fling” event that is coming April 10th.  There are a few car slots left for our drive-in movie night!  We look forward to seeing students and their families for the daytime activities, and we are praying for no rain!  Please sign up for an hour time slot so that we can control the number of people gathered on the property.  Hour (1)  is at the maximum allowed, but hours (2) & (3)  still have spots available. Some families have asked how they can help with events such as this, so please see below for an amazon shopping list for needed supplies, as well as a list of items we need that might be better purchased from local stores. If we could receive these items by 4.7.21 that would be helpful. Even though this event is outside we ask you to help us keep everyone safe by; wearing  masks, maintaining social distancing, and using the hand sanitizer provided.


Spring Fling Amazon Shopping List


Other Spring Fling event needs: (local shopping) 


Clothesline (1 roll)

Potting Soil (3)

Flower, Grass Seed

Small plants- flats- pansies, impatiens 

Plastic Eggs- 4 dozen

We have been getting an increased number of calls at the office regarding Vacation Bible School-we do regret to inform you that due to ongoing Covid restrictions this event has been cancelled for this summer.  We hope to resume VBS the summer of 2022!


Our School Board is in need of new members!  If you are interested please contact myself or Fr. John at; To make this less of a  time commitment, board meetings are now every two months, and we have moved our meetings to a virtual format, which makes it easier to attend.  Mike Starzec’s Board President term is ending, and even though his shoes will be hard to fill, we do need to install new officers.  If you have been looking for a way to get involved in the school, this might be a way for you to share your time and talents.


Our 8th graders have acted out and filmed the “Stations of the Cross” for Holy Week, I have included a link to their performance;


Please take some time to pray and reflect as they walk us all through events central to our faith. 


We wish our entire school community a very joyous Easter.


Mrs. Buckley, Faculty & Staff


Thank You:


Thank you to the Judd family for Rebel Way prize cart donations, the Soehl family for teacher treats, and Ecklunds for playground balls.


From Mrs. Kleber & the STEM program - Thank you to the following families for donations;  Kalivoda-Deszo family for their donation of 6 Circuit Maze games, now we can all enjoy this wonderful game. The Judd family for their donation of LEGO's, the recent donations of LEGO's have brought more female character choices for our students to choose from when working on a project.


To all of the families that are supporting our Technology based clubs;  the money that is raised and left over after expenses is put right back into our school. We were able to make a donation of $200 to the Junior High Library for a list of "wished for" books. The students are so very happy with all the new choices. 


There is still room to join one of our Spring Clubs, see the email that came out on Tuesday from myself or contact me if you need information for our clubs Grade 2 through 8.


Easter blessings to you and your family. 


Lisa Kleber - Technology Director


Calendar Items:


Monday, April 5 - No School (Easter Monday)


Tuesday, April 6 - Wear “Future Saints Shirts”


Friday, April 9 - Trimester #3 Midterm, FSA Meeting 8:00 (Zoom), Hot Lunch (Pizza), No Woodland Bus PM (D50).


Saturday, April 10 - Spring Fling & Drive-in Movie (See flyer for details/by reservations only!)




Spring Fling Event


Trivia Night Sponsorship Details 


Google Form for Trivia Night Registration:

SGS Rocks Virtual Trivia Night Registration


April SGS Unity Calendar 


Tentative School Calendar 2021-22 


Respect Life Baby Shower