The school understands that the current crisis has created concern for many current and incoming families about their current finances and/or next year’s tuition obligations. Our business office is conducting a full analysis of shuttle service, extended day, and any other fees paid by families from April onwards, and we will credit families’ accounts later this spring for any of those services not used due to the closure of our campus.
St. Andrew’s will also revise our financial and fundraising plans for this spring and next year to increase funding for need-based financial aid. If your family has concerns about your tuition obligations for next year due to hardship or uncertainty caused by COVID-19, please reach out directly to our Chief Financial Officer Mark McKnight
to discuss your situation. The school will work with you to restructure tuition payments and/or reconsider financial assistance to make it possible for your child to stay at St. Andrew’s. We will do everything we can to support each of you and to keep our community together.Supporting our Community RestaurantsOn this page, you will find a list of restaurants that are owned, operated, and/or staffed by members of the St. Andrew's community. Please consider placing an order with one of these restaurants to help support our local community of Lions. If you work at or know of a restaurant to add to our list, please email OnePride@saes.org.Emergency Food Access
If you or a family you know is food insecure, click here
to find a list food pantries close to you. The DC Food Project
provides free meals to all DC youth. DC Central Kitchen
offers a list of to-go meal sites, and is also distributing fresh produce grocery bags at each site. For information on food access for Montgomery County residents, click here
If you feel comfortable doing so, you can reach out directly and confidentially to Chaplain Isaacs or Chaplain Slater for further assistance.