Non-Homestead Operational Millage Passes
St. Johns Public Schools are very thankful to the community for supporting the Non-Homestead Operational Millage this past election. This will allow the district to maintain the services we have in place to help our students be successful. This millage brings in about $3,000,000 per year to operate the district and provide services for all of our students.
Also, congratulations to the following people for their successful election to the Board of Education:
Christi Mansfield - 6 yr. term
Robert Watson - 6 yr. term
Matthew Boak - 4 yr. term completion
Kathie Elliott - 2 yr. term completion
The 9th Annual Prince and Princess Tea Party will be March 11th and 12th! Ticket sales will open on Saturday, December 3, at 9:00 am at the following link:
St Johns Redwing Marching Band Receives Highest Rating for 37th Year in a Row
On October 10, 2022, the St Johns Redwing Marching Band hosted the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association (MSBOA), District V Marching Band Festival on the St Johns High School football field. Thirteen bands competed for a rating in front of judges, including Fulton, Fowler, Ovid-Elsie, Ithaca, Beal City, Pewamo-Westphalia, Carson City, Perry, Bullock Creek, Alma, Laingsburg, St Johns, and Owosso.
The St Johns Redwing Marching Band received the highest rating from all three judges, with an overall rating of a I. This is the 37th year in a row that St Johns has received a I rating.
Band director Roy Davis has led the band for 19 of those years.
“The band's success rests in the awesome band students and a supportive community,” Davis said.
By C. Wardin
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