SFLS is blessed to have a wonderful support network of donors and volunteers.
Please join us in supporting the mission of SFLS:
One way to support our school is to volunteer your time. There’s an array of possibilities: lunchroom service; Scholastic bookfair volunteers; classroom help; SCRIP program assistance; fundraising/outreach volunteers (e.g.: annual Hearts on Fire Auction in February, capital campaign); Parent-Teacher Fellowship activities (ranging from teacher lunches to Church Worker Appreciation to the Craft & Vendor Fair); building maintenance, and many more.
2016-2017 Lunch Volunteers Needed
The SFLS Lunch Team invites you to join their fun group of volunteers. Hot lunches, catered by Lifescape, are served daily to students, preschool - 8th grade. Volunteers prepare, serve, and clean up, are needed during the school year (August - May) from 10:45am - 1:15pm, Monday - Friday. If you are interested and are available to help once a week or every other week, please contact our lunch coordinator Loren Paulson at 605-351-5024 or email@example.com
Purchase gift cards for businesses you frequently shop through SCRIP, and a (business determined) percentage will go towards tuition assistance! To learn more about this outstanding opportunity, click on the following links:
SFLS participates in many programs that enable us to raise funds and supplies. Saving these items and bringing them to SFLS provides an easy way for you to support the school.
Click on any of the following for more information:
- Box Tops for Education
- Campbell’s Labels for Education
- Recycling of empty ink cartridges
- Loaves for Learning
- classbundl.com (order school supplies)
In addition, SFLS accepts donations ranging from musical instruments to stocks to annual, monetary gifts. Items (such as trips, artwork and even services) are wonderful ways to give to the annual Hearts on Fire Auction.
Contact the school if you are interested in donating.
As our school continues to grow, we need your support to ensure that every child has the opportunity to receive a faith-based education.