Parishioner Pen Pal Program
If you are interested in becoming a pen pal to a St. Francis student, please fill out the information below. Registrations for our Pen Pal Program are due by October 11, 2021. Thank you!
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Program Information
If you choose to be a Pen Pal to one of our St. Francis students, you will receive your first letter from a St. Francis student in the next few weeks.

If your pen pal student is in 3rd-5th grade, they will be writing in cursive. We are asking that you also respond back in cursive. We are excited that they will have the opportunity to practice their handwriting skills, learn how to address an envelope and read the penmanship.

If you have a pen pal student who is in preschool-2nd grade, you can write to this child in handwritten penmanship and you may even get some special coloring sheets from our younger students.

This is a wonderful way for our students to connect with you, our parishioners, and bridge a friendship. Children will love receiving these handwritten letters and we know you will, too!

This program runs from October through the remainder of the school year, with a meet and greet at the end of the year! Our hopes are that there is monthly correspondence between you and your pen pal, so about 8 letters.
First and Last Name *
Email Address *
Full Mailing Address *
How many St. Francis student pen pals would you like? *
If there is a specific age group/grade you'd like, please specify below or select no preference. *
To help ease the cost of the school purchasing all the postage for our students, please select if you would like to donate some stamps to our pen pal program.
Optional: Do you have any interests or hobbies that you'd like to share to help us when matching our students with a pen pal? For example, you are a huge Green Bay Packer fan, or Vikings Fan? You work as a firefighter, farmer, teacher or love to sing? Please share below. Thank you.
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