Please visit our PTG FAQs page for more information about getting involved and helping to keep our tuition costs down.

We hope this site can answer some of your questions.  If you'd like to speak to someone directly, you can always call the school office at (707) 745-1266.  Your Room Parents can be a great resource, too!  Click here for the list of Room Parents.  You can also contact our Room Parent Coordinator or any PTG Board Member and we are happy to help!  

what is "scrip?"

What's the best way to stay informed?

Read the weekly school newsletters online; these are sent to parents via email each Wednesday and can be found on the SchoolSpeak site.  Not receiving the weekly newsletters?  Please contact the front office to be added to the list.  Be sure to read the email updates sent by your Room Parents, or reach out to our Room Mom Coordinator ("Board Info") for the latest news.

what are "faith families?"

Looking for more answers?

To encourage our students to get to know each other better and mentor each other, we have a program called Faith Families.  Students are grouped into a school family led by an Eighth Grader and filled with other students, one from each grade.  Kindergartners become the newest members of our Faith Families at the beginning of each school year.   This wonderful program develops confidence and belonging in our younger students, and responsibility and leadership in our older students.  Although our preschoolers do not join Faith Families until kindergarten, they interact with our "big school" students by attending school-wide mass services, occasionally visiting the big school for special events, and enjoying guests from the big school who visit the preschool.   

Free Dress allows our students to wear clothing other than their uniforms.  Please click here for the Free Dress Guidelines.  You can also find the guidelines in the Parent/Student Handbook by signing on to SchoolSpeak and searching under "School Forms."  The preschool follows a different calendar for free dress days, so please check with the preschool office before sending your student to school in free dress.

We need volunteers to fill leadership roles and support roles.  Would you like to chair an event?  Do you have a special talent or connection that can help our fundraising efforts?  Please click around our site to find ideas and let us know how you would like to plug in!  Visit our "Board Info" page and reach out to any of us on the board, or click on "Contact Us" and we will get back to you.  Would you like to attend our monthly PTG meetings?  If so, please contact Miss Perata for more information (  We need your help and look forward to working with you!

how do i buy uniforms?

What is the lunch program all about?

Scrip is simply using gift cards where you are already shopping.  By using gift cards purchased through the school office, SDS receives a portion of the money you spend, which benefits our students!  Each family is required to spend $1,000 each year with scrip cards, which can easily be met at your favorite grocery store, gas station, and other retailers.  In addition to your own purchases, please consider scrip as a great idea for gifts that support our school!  If you prefer not to use scrip, you can pay the buy-out fee of $150 instead.  Please visit our scrip page for more information.  Thank you for supporting our school!

You can find the school's policies and guidelines by searching in SchoolSpeak under "School Forms."  The handbook is for school families only.

Our school offers "ChoiceLunch," a service that offers wholesome, delicious meals with fresh ingredients for our K-8 students (the preschool does not offer hot lunch).  Click here for more information.

Click here for our Helpful Links or find Helpful Links in our menu bar at the top of the page.  Some items, such as our handbook and our calendars, can only be viewed by school families who sign onto the SchoolSpeak site.

This site shows a variety of events and activities that can use your help.  Your time spent helping us with fundraising is eligible for service hours!  Maybe you're not available during the day due to work?  Many hours can be earned behind the scenes to prepare for our events.  Please fill out our "Contact Us" page to reach one of our board members who can help find a way for you to get involved.  For student service hour information, click here.

where can i find a copy of the school handbook?

what is "extension?"

what are the student service hour requirements?

what is a "free dress" day?

For dress uniforms, click here for Dennis uniforms.  For P.E. uniforms, click here.  For jackets and other school spirit gear, click here.  For information about uniform requirements, please reference our handbook by searching in SchoolSpeak under "School Forms."  (Preschoolers may wear P.E. uniforms or a dress uniform consisting of white collared shirts and navy or khaki pants, skirts, or dresses.  Please contact the preschool office for more information on the preschool uniforms ~ (707) 745-4430.)  We also have a brand new uniform exchange program!  Click here for uniform exchange program info.

How do I get more involved?

where can i find schoolspeak, the calendar, event information, and other links?

who can I talk to about a specific question?

As responsible citizens, SDS students are expected to show a commitment to volunteerism and public service.  Our middle school students are required to fulfill service hours for the school, the parish, and the community.  Click here for specific information and a service hour record sheet.

Our Extension Program offers quality and affordable before and after school care for our students.  The program begins at 6:30 a.m. and extends until 6:00 p.m.  (For preschool, the program begins at 7:30 a.m. and ends at 5:00 p.m.)  Your students will be in a safe, onsite environment, while participating in fun activities!  For more details, please contact our Extension Director, Mrs. Mavros, at

How can I earn service hours?