1) All St. Francis families MUST create an account profile.
2) If you were enrolled in FACTS last year, your account will be re-enrolled automatically.
3) All accounts MUST be created by September 1, 2019
Our school’s billing platform
A platform to offer convenient, flexible payment options for families
Online, real-time information management and reports for St. Francis Xavier and our families
A service that helps us reduce time and costs associated with billing, receivable tracking and financial reporting
Our school has full control over the FACTS platform – St. Francis can change payment dates, split payment amounts, move payments, or completely recreate a payment schedule based on a family’s circumstances. Parents have the ability to check accounts with their computer and/or mobile devices, can make payments, and view/print statements.
Tuition Payments for 2019-2020 can now be set up through Facts Tuition Management. Please click the link below and follow the instructions. You can also use this link to make your tuition payments. If you have any questions please contact Mrs. Sieg at 717-334-4221.
Note the deadline for Neumann Scholarship applications is April 15, 2019. The families will have until May 15th to attach any missing information and complete their application.
The FACTS portal opened effective January 1st.
The Rediker Plus Portal is an online tool for monitoring grades and progress of your child.
Please click on the link below - Rediker Plus Portal. You will need the log in information emailed to you by the office.
Also available is Rediker’s Parent Plus app. Once you download, you will need to select St. Francis Xavier School and use your log in received from the school office.
What is Accelerated Reader?
Accelerated Reader is a computerized reading management program used in the Atlanta Public Schools system. This program allows teachers to creatively monitor the reading progression of individual students. Students will be motivated to read, which will develop into a genuine love to read.
How Does the Program Work?
1) Student reads a book. A student reads or listens to an AR book that is within his/her reading level.
2) The student takes a quiz. This computer quiz consists of 5 - 10 comprehension questions to measure how well he/she understood the book.
3) You get information. After each computer quiz, a report is shown that tells how the student scored on the quiz. The teacher monitors these scores.
Want to know if your book is AR testable? Click on the image below to find out! Simply type in the name of the book and/or author and find out if your book can be tested on, what level it is, or how many points it is worth!
Access AR Home Access by clicking on the link below. Remember to use the username and password provided to you by your teacher.