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News for the Week of November 16...

Dear Upper School Parents,
Our hearts and thoughts go out to the victims of the recent Paris attacks and to their family members and friends. I, like many of you, have been glued to reports of these horrific attacks. In the days and weeks to come we in the upper school will have formal and informal discussions regarding these attacks and their border implications on the U.S. and the world community. In the meantime, I wish you and your family comfort and peace.
In Gratitude
As we move closer to the holiday season, it is always an appropriate time to reflect on how fortunate we are and to acknowledge and thank those who have helped us along the way. This past week we had the opportunity to acknowledge and thank those that have served our country through their military service. We were pleased to and honored by the ability to properly celebrate Veterans Day. Additionally, each day I see parent and grandparent volunteers helping out on campus in so many ways. For those of you that help out during our community engagement projects to those that come out to support our teams and performances, I want to thank you for all of your hard work and tremendous commitment to the community. Together we make Parker a remarkable and caring place. 
With great thanks,
Four of the Parker photo students whose work was accepted for the San Diego Museum of Photographic Arts pose for a photo with Mr Byrne at the opening on November 6.
Self Portraits of twelve Parker students will be on display until January 23.
 L-R: Emma Considine '17, Molly Lavin '17  MB Navya Dhir '18 Brianna Sanchez '1
Photo: MOPA
College Counseling

College Night for Juniors is on Tuesday, December 1st at 6:30 pm in J. Crivello Hall. All grade 11 students and at least one parent are required to attend. Information about important dates, deadlines and test preparation classes will be presented. Useful college planning guides and materials will be distributed. Instruction about how to navigate within Naviance and a discussion of its uses and features will also be provided. Please mark your calendars for this important event. We look forward to seeing you there.

Sports Wrap Up

Unfortunately our volleyball team lost to Torrey Pines in the quarterfinals of the CIF Open Division Playoff. The Falcons are currently ranked #1 in the County and #2 in the state. The Lancers fought valiantly and had their chances in all three games before coming up a little short.  As they have been all season, Sien Gallop and Jenn Wineholt were amazing.

On Friday, our Girls and Boys Cross Country Teams both won their Coastal League Championships at Kit Carson Park.  Max Baez led the Lancers to a close victory over our long time nemesis LJCD.  Brooke Trossen won the girls race over a field of 32 runners to propel the Lancers to a wide margin win over our Coastal League rivals

After her San Diego CIF Championship last week, freshman Brooke Saey represented Parker at the Southern California Regional Championship on Thursday.  She fired a 74 and missed the cut by one stroke to advance to the State Championship.


Dress Code

In order to update and refine a dress code that meets a number of goals in an independent school academic setting and to clarify/reiterate certain pieces of our dress code, please note the following:

The Upper School dress code is clearly outlined on our school’s website and can be seen here.

To foster a sense of school spirit, we are allowing students to wear authentic Parker outerwear. This includes items from the online campus store, athletic team jackets or sweatshirts, and other campus organizations and teams that offer outerwear apparel.

Seniors will be permitted to add college sweatshirts to this wardrobe in the second half of the school year, once the entire class has submitted their community service hours.

As you know from my previous blog notes, we have replaced the Lands End skort with a different version that has a more modest look and feel. US students may not purchase any skorts listed as LS offerings, as these are designed for younger girls. Please keep this in mind as you purchase new skorts in the future. Skorts need to meet the restrictions listed in our guidelines (4” above the bent knee).

Thank you in advance for your assistance in helping our students look their best each and every school day.


Community Engagement

Many thanks to all those that participated in the Community Engagement Week Activities and Veterans Day Celebration.  In particular, thanks to Garret Hoff for organizing the Town Hall's panel of speakers, Marisa Turner for her behind-the-scenes work for the Solidarity Lunch, Tim Harrison and Hayden Hastings for their leadership and assistance with the Challenged Athletes Foundation and Emmanuel Yeboah,Gerger for bringing Kevin Hirsch to school to talk to students about health issues, the freshmen class and Carrie Dilmore for their attention and respect towards our guest speaker from St. Vincent De Paul, and Victoria Helms and those seniors that attended the USD student discussion on community engagement in college.  About 100 individuals visited the Community Engagement Fair on Friday and learned about a host of social issues from the Community Engagement Board, which is led by Megan Tankersley and Uthara Vengrai.  The PCEB raised $185 through pizza sales for Emmanuel Yeboah and his dream of building a school for abled and disabled children in Ghana.  Here is a picture of him the day he took off for Sacramento at Mossy Nissan.  These are Phil Trotter Social Justice students.


Thank you to all the guest that visited for our Veterans Day Celebration.  In particular, many thanks to all the teachers and staff for their interest and respect paid to the keynote speaker, Chris Marvin, and the panel of speakers representing the many branches of the military and eras of service.  High praise was given to Parker students for their behavior during the assembly.

Students can drop off their non-perishable, healthy canned and/or boxed food in the donation canisters located outside the Peters Family Building, Upper School Office and Middle School Office.  The drive will end November 18.

We still need your books for the Reach Out and Read Program.  Please drop them off at Mr. Dunn’s office, the MS Office or the LS Lounge.

The Monarch School seeks clothing, school supplies and toiletries donations. As you may be aware, the Monarch School teaches K-12 homeless and transitioning homeless students. They rely heavily on donations.  If you would like to donate, please drop off clothes in the blue bin outside of Mr. Dunn's Office. The Monarch School is primarily in need of gently used or new basic leggings, jeans, coats, shoes, warm shirts and much more. They need all sizes and boys and girls.  We encourage you to go online at www.monarchschools.org and  to see just what a fantastic asset this school is to San Diego and these children.

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From Nurse Maggie:Flu Season

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is urging better, more frequent hand washing as the first line defense against the spread of influenza. Vaccination each year is considered the single best way to prevent seasonal flu, however, rigorous hand hygiene, with proper hand washing, is essential to avoid spreading the flu virus. It is best to wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds. When water is not available, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Always wash hands: • Before preparing or eating food • After going to the bathroom • After blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing • After playing outside • After handling an animal Other flu precautions include: • Avoid close contact with people who are sick. When you are sick, keep your distance from others to protect them from getting sick, too. • Stay home when you are sick and you will help prevent others from catching your illness. • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing, throw out the tissue in the nearest wastebasket, and immediately wash hands or use a hand sanitizer. Or cough or sneeze into your upper sleeve or elbow, not your hands. • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth. Germs are often spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches his or her eyes, nose, or mouth before hand washing. • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces at home, work or school, especially when someone is ill since germs can live on those surfaces. This includes your computer keyboard and television remote control. Questions? Please contact me at mwest@francisparker.org or 619-717-0235.




Please make sure that you refer to Dynacal to give you the most up to date information regarding all Parker events.

Scheduling Note: We are flipping Th/Fr next week to accommodate MS Ellis Island event.  
Nov. 14 8:30AM-1:00PM PLAN Practice ACT Gym/Cafe’
Nov. 16 6:30-7:30PM Classical Guitar Concert JCH
Nov. 18 3:15-4:45PM Strings Concert JCH
Nov. 19 3:30-5:30PM US Admissions Open House LV
Nov. 20 1:00-2:00PM Hiya Thanksgiving Program (Lifers) LS
End of Trimester 1
Nov. 23-27 No Classes Thanksgiving Break

Posted by us-newsletter on Tuesday November 10
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News for the Week of November 9...

Dear Upper School Parents,

Community engagement has always been a hallmark of the Parker experience. This is evident in the activities that have recently and are currently taking place on campus. We had our first Community Engagement week complete with a wide variety of panels, assemblies and activities to "build community through service." I thoroughly enjoyed watching Parker parent Dr. Kevin Hirsch speak to our young men and some young women who were interested in learning about men's health issues as part of our Movember awareness month. Additionally, I was so inspired by our Community Engagement Fair that I signed up to volunteer at the San Diego Humane Society and look forward to my weekly commitment to this cause. Finally, our commitment to work with the greater community is evidenced by our free heart screening which is taking place today (Sunday). We have registered approximately 800 (!) children to check for heart abnormalities. I am so glad to see so many Parker students and students from a variety of other schools taking advantage of our community wellness program. Our goal is to make a meaningful difference in the lives of each member of our community, both here at Parker and in the Linda Vista community.  

Warm regards,


College Counseling

A Practice ACT will be administered to sophomores and juniors who have pre-registered on Saturday, November 14th. Students are to check-in at the Middle School Gym at 8:30 AM. The test will end between 12:30 and 1:00 PM for sophomores and 1:00 PM for juniors. Students are to bring three #2 pencils with erasers and a calculator. If you would like to register and need the link for the registration form please email Mrs. Powell in College Counseling.

There will be a College Night for Juniors on Tuesday, December 1, 2015 at 6:30 PM in J. Crivello Hall. Students and at least one parent are required to attend this hour and a half program hosted by the College Counseling staff. Information will be given to both students and parents about important dates and deadlines and test preparation classes. Useful college planning guides and materials will be distributed. Instruction about how to navigate within Naviance and a discussion of its uses and features will be provided. Please mark your calendars for this important event. We look forward to seeing you there.

Sports Highlights

Our sport highlight of the week was freshman Brooke Seay winning the CIF San Diego Section golf championship on Thursday, November 5 at Admiral Baker Golf Course. Brooke fired a one under par two day total of143 to win by five shots over her closest rival.  With the victory, Brooke will advance to the Southern California Regional Championships next Thursday, at Goose Creek in Jurupa Valley, near Riverside.

Mati Thomas and Olia Javidi won the Coastal League Doubles title at LJCD on Tuesday, November 3.  They will advance to the CIF  Doubles Championships and will begin play on Thursday at the Barnes Tennis Center. Mary Tobin and Samantha Clark also qualified and will begin play on Tuesday.


Veterans Day

Wednesday, Nov. 11 is Veterans Day. The Middle and Upper School are combining on an effort to honor the men and women who have served our nation so bravely and proudly. Students will be allowed to "Bring a Veteran to School" and attend a morning assembly before taking their guests to two classes. We'll then conclude the day with a luncheon for our veterans.

The assembly will be a panel presentation and discussion led by retired Army captain Chris Marvin, a former Black Hawk helicopter pilot and combat-wounded veteran of the war in Afghanistan. Chris will talk about his service, as well as his work on veterans issues in Hollywood including DreamWorks Animation's Operation Got Your 6. Through the discussion students will start to understand "Who Veterans Really Are". He'll be joined by veterans from different branches of the military who have served this nation proudly dating back to WWII.

If you have a family member, very close neighbor, or a friend that is a veteran and know that he/she would like to participate in our Veterans Day events, please fill out this survey. It will be an honor to have veterans visit our campus and share their wisdom and perspective. Contact Kevin Dunn (kdunn@francisparker.org) or Marc Thiebach (mthiebach@francisparker.org), if you have any questions. 


Dress Code

In general we are having much more success with the dress code. Students are sporting their Lands' End and Parker wear so that they look sharp and spirited. We continue to have issues with skort length, however, and we need your help. We want our young ladies to wear skorts which meet the dress code expectations. In order to maintain proper decorum and modesty, we will more diligently enforce the skort length expectations which are 4 inches above the knee. Thank you in advance for helping to ensure that your daughters are leaving the house with a properly fitted skort. The Blend Chino Skort Top of Knee and Ponte Button Front skorts meet our expectations. The above knee version is meant for lower school students and because of the very short length may not be worn. They are simply too short to meet the school's guidelines on almost all teenage students. Please make sure that you are purchasing the right option. Together, we can help ensure that our students are appropriately attired.


Please make sure that you refer to Dynacal to give you the most up to date information regarding all Parker events.

Nov. 13-14 6:00-8:00PM Drama Club Theatre Production PAC
Nov. 14 2:00-4:00PM Drama Club Theatre Production PAC
Nov. 14 8:30AM-1:00PM PLAN Practice ACT Gym/Cafe’
Nov. 16 6:30-7:30PM Classical Guitar Concert JCH
Nov. 18 3:15-4:45PM Strings Concert JCH
Nov. 19 3:30-5:30PM US Admissions Open House LV
Nov. 20 1:00-2:00PM Hiya Thanksgiving Program (Lifers) LS
End of Trimester 1
Nov. 23-27 No Classes Thanksgiving Break

Posted by us-newsletter on Friday November 6
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News for the Week of November 2...

Dear Upper School Parents,

I hope that it has been a great week for you and your family.  

As I write this note, the last goblins, scary pigs, and super heroes are wandering by my window. Certainly, today was a festive and fun one. There has been much buzz around the campus with so many events taking place as evidenced by a new art show opening up in the Rose Gallery, a host of sports games (Go Lancers!), Unplugged, the Boo Spectacular,  and our first fully evolved Community Engagement week which is committed to building community through service (see below for more details). There is so much going on and so much to celebrate. 

As you might know, admission season has begun, and we are excited to celebrate and call attention to our community in the months to come. To this end, we are having an Open House in the Upper School on Thursday, November 19 at 3:30 pm. If you have friends who wish to learn more about Parker please encourage them to attend. No doubt we will have a great turnout. 

Warm regards,


College Counseling

You may have heard or read about changes to the SAT in recent months.  Francis Parker School is fortunate to have a standardized testing expert on staff who is here to answer your questions and provide feedback on both the SAT and ACT college entrance exams.  Ms. Kocian will provide detailed information about the new SAT, the ACT, and the timeline for preparation.  Please join Ms. Kocian and members of the College Counseling office on November 18th at 6:30pm in J. Crivello Hall to learn more about the college entrance exams.

AIM Survey Closes Nov. 6

Thanks to the hundreds of Parker parents who've completed the AIM survey. If you haven't already done so, there's still time to contribute your thoughts on how we are doing to make Parker a welcoming school where all types of individuals are celebrated and can thrive. 

The Assessment of Inclusivity and Multiculturalism or AIM survey is open until Friday, Nov. 6 and takes just 15 minutes to complete. Individual responses to the online survey are anonymous and confidential. The survey is being managed by the National Association of Independent Schools. Responses will be tabulated to compare Parker to independent schools nationwide and identify opportunities for improvement.

Click here to take the AIM survey 

Parker Sports Highlights for the week of 10/26-10/30


Girls Tennis

Our tennis team was seeded #1 in the CIF D1 playoff.  They won the first three rounds to advance to the CIF championships match which was played on Friday, October 30 at the Barnes Tennis Center.  The Lancers fought valiantly before loosing 10-8 to Westview. 

Cross Country

Our Boys’ and Girls’ Cross Country teams, who are both currently ranked #1 in Division 5, competed in the Coastal League Cluster #2. Our girls won over a field that included LJCD, Pacific Ridge, Bishops, and Santa Fe Christian. Sophia Gamboa finished second in a field of 32 runners.  Our boys also won their race over their Coastal League rivals.  Max Baez led the charge in a fine time of 17:14 over the 5000m course. 

Girls Golf

Our girls lost in the play-in round in the CIF Team championship against El Camino on Wednesday, at Riverwalk Golf Course.  Brooke Seay who has the lowest score average in the county fired a two under par 34.  Snigdha Nandipati shot her lowest score of the season.

Girls Volleyball

Our volleyball team continued to roll with two big wins last week over Pacific Ridge and LJCD.  Our Lancers are currently ranked number 6 in the Open Division heading into the final week of Coastal League action.  The 7-1 Lancers travel to 8-0 Bishops on Tuesday, November 3 in a pivotal match for a piece of the Coastal League title.

Sand Volleyball

Reece Salmons and Cameron Burnett won their pool on Tuesday and advanced to the county championships on Thursday at Ocean Beach.  At the finals, they won three matches before losing in the championship match to the top team from Torrey Pines.  Adam Gordon and David Barrett also advanced to the final day.


Our football team fought valiantly before succumbing to Bishops this past Friday.  The Lancers will finish up the regular season on Friday, November 6 against Horizon on Lauer Field.  We will be honoring our teachers in a pre-game ceremony.


With the hiring of our new Boys' Lacrosse coach, Parker has an opportunity to build a truly great lacrosse program. Achieving this objective starts with you, the Parker student-athlete. As such, we are searching for 20-24 Lancers who:

  • Want to WORK to compete against the BEST – we are setting our schedule to include varsity lacrosse teams from San Diego’s top 10. At Parker, we do not hide from anyone!
  • Have the GRIT to get back up when they get knocked down!
  •  Have the COURAGE to learn what it really takes to be better teammates…better friends…better students…better men.

To this end, we invite all Parker athletes from any sport, to our first Lacrosse Skills Workout at Lauer Field on Saturday, November 7, 2015, 9AM-10:30AM.

If you are interested in joining 2016 Lancer Lacrosse, please (1) complete and email Coach Kidd (mkidd@francisparker.org) the attached registration and student-athlete stat form and (2) indicate whether or not you can make it to Saturday’s workout. Upon receipt, Coach Kidd will email you the upcoming lacrosse events schedule, including information about the team and parent meetings scheduled for the week of November 9th.

Please bring your sticks and full gear if you have it; do not worry if you do have it as we still would like for you to attend. We’ll get you geared up as soon as possible.

Come out and meet the coaches and learn about Parker Lacrosse.  If you are a returning player, great! Let’s polish your stick work! If you have never played before, then come start your lacrosse journey with us!

Lacrosse is special game, and a ton of fun!  Aside from its merits as a sport, it is an experience that extends beyond the field...to lifelong friendships...to the pursuit of high academic performance...to excelling at one's professional vocation.  We look forward to sharing this experience with you!

See you on the turf, Saturday, November 7th!

Interact and Robotics
Here we are...house and crew.  The Crew consisted of 4 former Parker parents, 8 current Parker parents, 5 Rotarians, 2 adult friends, me and over 40 Parker students. We gathered at Parker at 5:30 am and arrived back to Parker about 8:00 at night.  Good news - we never had to crack open the first aid kit!!!
It was a wonderful day with many special moments, My favorite moment came when the current President of Fallbrook Rotary told me after being there 2 hours, that now he knew why I traveled all the way to San Diego each day to teach.  He had spent his time talking with our students and was so impressed. 
Oh yes - hats off to the 2 student leaders of this project, Olia Javidi from Robotics and Andrew Lezny from Interact.  These two helped in so many ways from assigning seats in cars, collecting permission slips and being positive the entire day at the building site. 

Community Engagement Week and Food Drive “Press Release”

Megan Tankersley, Community Engagement Board Co-President, is organizing the Upper School and Middle School Food Drive through Jewish Family Service's Hand Up Youth Food Pantry.  The HUYFP is a partner agency of Feeding America San Diego and the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank.

Students can drop off their non-perishable, healthy canned and/or boxed food in the donation canisters located outside the Peters Family Building, Upper School Office and Middle School Office.  The drive will take place from November 4-November 18.

From November 3 to November 6, Parker will be celebrating its first ever “Community Engagement Week.” By bringing in inspiring speakers and participating in thought-provoking activities, the Community Engagement Office hopes all students will appreciate the ability to build “Community Through Service.”  Here is an outline of the week’s activities.

Nov. 3 Town Hall (Grades 9-12) 

  • Introduction to Community Engagement Week. (Garret Hoff)
  • Articulation of community engagement goals, celebration of individuals, teams and clubs engaging respective communities, lay out the week. (Mr. Dunn)
  • Explanation of Solidarity Lunch (Uthara Vengrai and Marissa Turner)
  • Hunger Awareness and Food Drive Explanation (Megan Tankersly)
  • Introduction to Movember (Drey Gerger)
  • Panel of Speakers organized by Garret Hoff addressing Community Engagement

Nov. 4 Solidarity Lunch 

Solidarity Lunch Explanation: Solidarity asks us to recognize that we shouldn’t just rely on one another for basic necessities, we should build relationships and show care for and empathy towards our fellow brothers and sisters,  One way to do that is to walk in another person’s shoes, if but for a brief moment. For this activity, students are challenged to only eat rice and beans for lunch.  Culinart will leave the salad and  sandwich bars open, but this will be the meal of the day.  The rice and beans meal raises awareness about the 1.2 billion people who live on $1.50/day or less.  Donations of $1-2 (or more) will be collected as individuals line up.  It will benefit Emmanuel Yeboah, an individual who is from a country where people earn (on average) $10/day.  Many students are familiar with him, as he has worked closely with Phil Trotter and his Social Justice students.  A table will be set up and will address worldwide poverty statistics, and issues related to local and worldwide hunger.  During the solidarity lunch, students can come learn about nutrition needs and hunger in San Diego by talking to Jennifer Levitt and Jewish Family Service Hand Up Food Pantry representatives.

Nov. 5 Community Engagement Speakers during Flex

  1. Poverty and Homelessness: Realities and Creative Solutions

Jesse Casement of St. Vincent DePaul will discuss homelessness in San Diego and the city’s creative manner of fighting poverty called Project 25.  Students will learn how they can get involved in the fight against homelessness and poverty.

  1. Inspirational Speaches from Challenged Atheletes

    1. Seniors will introduce Emmanuel Yeboah, his foundation and help him begin his bike journey to Oregon (See this week’s UT article and the ESPY video of Emmanuel)

    2. Challenged Atheletes Foundation

  2. Movember: A Lecture By Dr. Kevin Hirsch, Parker parent

  3. How to Stay Engaged in Your Community in College

    1. USD students and Community Engagement leaders

Nov. 6 Community Engagement Fair/Pizza Sale (During Lunch)

Tri-fold posters will detail social issues in SD.  Facts, figures, graphs, pictures, videos will be shared.  Parker Community Engagement Board members will make “business cards” for organizations associated with the issue that explain how students can get involved.  Students earn discounted pizza coupon by visiting tables.  The tables will be left up for the rest of the day for students and classes to visit.

Community Engagement Fair by issue/Tables

  1. Homelessness/Care for the Poor

  2.  Hunger

  3.  Border issues/refugees/immigration

  4. Children and Families

  5. Linda Vista: Bayside (Ryan); Empower (Ben Clark)

  6. Disabled or Special Needs (TRS, S4EA, Miracle League)

  7. Health

  8. Environment, Parks

  9. Elderly

  10. Cultural Institutions and Schools

  11. Service clubs and Societies on campus (CSF, Robotics, Interact, NHS)

  12. Veterans/Military

  13. Animals


 From Nurse Maggie:

Students 12 to 19 are invited to get a free heart screening on Sunday, November 8 at Francis Parker School. Parents simply register at EPSaveALife.org to download a screening packet that you complete and bring to the event.

The screening is offered by the Eric Paredes Save A Life Foundation, which has screened more than 17,000 teens for heart abnormalities that put about 1 in 100 students at risk for Sudden Cardiac Arrest - a leading cause of death under 25, and the #1 killer of student athletes. Heart screenings are not a part of annual checkups or pre-participation sports physicals, even though most heart conditions have no warning signs or unrecognized symptoms -- which is why Eric's Foundation offers them for free.

Students wear t-shirt, sweat pants or sports shorts to the screening. Girls wear a sports bra. Please bring a self-addressed stamped enveloped in which a copy of your child's EKG will be mailed back to you to add to their medical records.

 We urge you to take advantage of this opportunity to screen your teen.



Please make sure that you refer to Dynacal to give you the most up to date information regarding all Parker events.

Nov. 5 6:00-8:30PM College Funding Info Night JCH
Nov. 6-8 6:00-8:00PM Drama Club Theatre Production PAC
Nov. 7 2:00-4:00PM Drama Club Theatre Production PAC
Nov. 8 9:00AM-2:00PM EP Save-A-Life Cardiac Screening LV
Nov. 13-14 6:00-8:00PM Drama Club Theatre Production PAC
Nov. 14 2:00-4:00PM Drama Club Theatre Production PAC
Nov. 14 8:30AM-1:00PM PLAN Practice ACT Gym/Cafe’
Nov. 16 6:30-7:30PM Classical Guitar Concert JCH
Nov. 18 3:15-4:45PM Strings Concert JCH
Nov. 19 3:30-5:30PM US Admissions Open House LV
Nov. 20 1:00-2:00PM Hiya Thanksgiving Program (Lifers) LS
End of Trimester 1
Nov. 23-27 No Classes Thanksgiving Break

Posted by us-newsletter on Monday October 26
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