Come One Come All! The first annual St. Francis Art Gala presented by the children of St. Francis Catholic School. To kick of Catholic Schools Week, the children are hosting an open house on January 28 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. There is no charge to attend, but you will have an opportunity to buy your child’s artwork or make a small donation if your child is participating in a live art performance.
We are combining this event with Grandparent’s Day and the money raised from this event will eliminate the need for classroom baskets to benefit Mayfair 2019.
Please contact the BCS Foundation at 406-252-0252 or email Nikki Burke at email@example.com for more information. Formal invitations will be mailed out closer to the event once we receive the invite lists from each student. If you do not know a student at the school but would like to attend please call our office and we will email you an invitation.
We hope everybody comes and enjoys some wonderful artwork by the students of St. Francis!
News and Publications
- September 21, 2017
By MATT HOFFMAN firstname.lastname@example.org Matt Hoffman Aug 23, 2017 Outside the new St. Francis Catholic School, teachers held placards signaling their grade level to students — kindergarten through eighth-grade. It’s the first time the grade levels will be under one roof for Billings Catholic Schools. Students streamed through the school’s doors for their first day Wednesday
- April 24, 2017
Central Catholic High School — Aubrey Walter Parents: Kevin and Beth Walter Middle School: St. Francis Upper Elementary School: St. Francis Primary and Intermediate Future Plans: While I am unsure of the college that I will be attending at this time, I am looking forward to studying business next year. Most challenging or Rewarding Class: My AP Calculus class is
- April 24, 2017
Central Catholic High School — Johnny Elliott Parents: Dr. Jim Elliott and Mrs. Laurie Stergar Middle School: St. Francis Upper Elementary School: St. Francis Primary and Intermediate Future Plans: Accepted to multiple universities, decision forthcoming. I plan to study architecture or Chemical Engineering with plans to pursue a medical degree. I would like to become a radiologist, along
- March 22, 2017
By: ED KEMMICK In case you hadn’t noticed, there’s a Catholic construction boom underway in Billings. The new St. Francis School at Colton Boulevard and Woody Drive, which will serve K-8 students and is expected to open next fall, has an $18 million price tag. Just west of the new school, St. Thomas the Apostle