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It is with great enthusiasm that we launch the 2017-2018 Annual Fund. This year’s Annual fund is built on Pope Francis’ exhortation to give of oneself to others: “Love and charity, are service, helping others… When you forget yourself and think of others, this is love.”
YOU have made a difference in transforming our students to serve as stewards of our faith. Generous gifts from people like you provide us with the ability to make necessary and ongoing capital improvements to our facility and provide our students with exceptional academic programs.
Your gift to Saint John Academy may be given at any time. Tax-deductible contributions may be made online through PayPal as a one-time payment or as a monthly contribution. Please click the Donate button and process your one-time gift using a credit card.
Donate by Mail
Download the SJA Annual Fund Contribution Form and mail it and your gift directly to the school. Please make all checks payable to Saint John Academy, referencing Annual Fund in the memo line.
Mail to: Saint John Academy
6422 Linway Terrace
McLean, VA 22101
If you are employed by a company which has a Matching Gift Program, you can double or even triple your gift to Saint John Academy. Your Human Resources department or manager will provide you with the necessary forms to send to the school with your gift, or direct you to an online request form. Please submit the appropriate paperwork with your Annual Fund Donation Form. The school will verify your donation with your employer to receive the matching gift.
Chickenpox: school exclusion for seven days or until vesicles become dry.
Conjunctivitis (pink eye): Students may not attend if discharge is present
and must be treated with medication. A note from the doctor is required to
return to school.
Head Lice: Student must be louse free and have been treated. Prior to
returning to classroom, the child must be checked by the school nurse.
Some shampoos require second application. Ask your doctor about the new
product Natroba, which is a onetime application of a suspension to scalp
with good results.
Bacterial infections (ex. strep throat): Child must be on antibiotics for
24 hours and has been fever free for twenty-four hours (without fever
reduction medication) before returning to school. A temperature of 100.4
or above is considered a fever.
Vomiting, diarrhea and /or fever: May not return to school unless the
student has not vomited for twenty-four hours, has not had diarrhea for
twenty-four hours and has not had a fever for twenty-four hours (without
fever reduction medication).