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Saint George's is closed on Tuesday, February 12 due to road conditions throughout the area.  All activities were cancelled for Feb. 12.  Current parents and staff who did not receive an Instant Alert message on Tuesday morning about the closure should log into Instant Alert and update their contact information.  This is a separate database that the school is not able to update for parents.  If you have forgotten your password for Instant Alert, check Here for Instructions on resetting your password.  School closures for all area schools also are listed at the ESD 101 Website.

The Outdoor Club spent a weekend on Mount Spokane building (and destroying) snow caves.  See a Photo Gallery of the wintery fun!

The Upper School art students finished their " Where's Waldo" style drawings.  See a Photo Gallery of these pretty busy drawings!

The Upper School photography class has printed out and displayed their best work in the Art Gallery.  From nature to portraits to still life to stop motion, there are plenty of amazing photos to see in this exhibit that will run through February.  See a Photo Gallery of some of the images and stop by to enjoy them all!

Both the SGS boys and girls varsity basketball teams advanced to the Northeast 2B District semifinal games with wins last week.  The girls defeated Tekoa-Rosalia 52-20 and Lind-Ritzville-Sprague 58-42; they play Davenport at 3:30pm on Tuesday, Feb. 12 at West Valley HS to get to the District title game at 3:45pm on Saturday, Feb. 16.  The boys also defeated Tekoa-Rosalia 91-42; they play Liberty at 6:30pm on Feb. 12 at West Valley HS to get to the District title game at 2pm on the 16th.  Winner their semifinal games also will guarantee the teams advance to Regionals.  Go Dragons!

Note: Weather and road conditions may force the games on Tuesday, Feb. 12 to be rescheduled.  Check the District Boys Bracket, District Girls Bracket and the DragonAthletics.org website for current game information.

The SGS girls played Tekoa-Rosalia in the first round of the district playoffs on February 6, winning 52-20.  See a Photo Gallery of shots by Bob Jones of the game.

View three videos of songs performed at the SGS Chinese New Year celebration to welcome the Year of the Pig on Tuesday, Feb. 5.  The 7th-8th-9th graders in Chinese class sing "Happy New Year."  The SGS Band performs "Chengdu" with vocals by Caroline He and Kaitlyn Vera and violin solo by Alex Anderson.  And Caroline He (accompanied by David Demand) sings "Big Fish", a romantic song from a recent Chinese movie.  

Every year, more than 90% of eligible Saint George’s School students return for the following school year.  The Admissions Office tries to make the re-enrollment process as user-friendly as possible, such as the recent addition of an electronic enrollment agreement.  But to make things even easier for SGS families and reward such great school loyalty, Saint George's is about to launch "Continuous Enrollment".  See a Timeline Chart for how Continuous Enrollment will be rolled out over the coming year.  

View a Short Video describing what this is and how it will work.  Plus you can see answers to Frequently Asked Questions on the SGS Website under Admissions / Continuous Enrollment.

The Fall-Winter 2018-19 issue of the Saint George's Magazine features a of variety of stories by Alyson Galow '17 about Recent SGS Graduates who are pursuing their college dreams with confidence.  Read about Brooke Martin '17 exploring the Internet of Things, Michael Thew '16 building an Outdoor Adventure Club in Chicago, Allison Milbrath '16 practicing Health Care in Panama and Chile, Malinda Wagstaff '16 finding the Power of Music, Michael Metro '16 pursuing Research and Mentoring, Sawyer Spackman '15 building Inclusive Communities, Megan Corn '15 studying kidney stones in Space and Snakes on the ground, Jamie Nord '15 preserving Tribal History, and John Hatheway '15 helping The Photo Ark speak to everyone on the planet.  Plus there are articles on another group of young alumni returning to share their Insights of College Life and a profile of Penn Fix '68 and his Jewel of a Store - Dodson's Jewelers.  See all of the articles - and links to additional photos, news and videos - at https://www.sgs.org/magazine