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Principal - Mr. Thomas Braunscheidel
Education:
Bachelor Degree – State University of NY Fredonia
Master of Education – State University of NY at Buffalo
Career at St. Francis
Guidance Counselor 1993 – 2000
Assistant Principal 2000– 2006
Principal 2006 to present
 
 

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  • Helping Your Son Set Healthy Limits

    Sleep deprivation is a chronic problem amongst the general population, but it is particularly troublesome amongst high school aged students.  An alarming number of students are being identified as chronically sleep deprived.  This sleep deprivation first and foremost may be putting young people in danger when they get behind the wheel to drive.  Driving in a sleep deprived condition can be as bad as driving under the influence.  Adequate sleep is also required for maximum cognitive functioning.  So, a sleep deprived student is simply not capable of doing as well as he would when rested.  Please talk to your son about a reasonable time in which the computer, TV and text messaging stops so he can get the rest he needs.  Most teenagers require at least 8 hours of sleep or more.  Most teens will tell you they don't get it.  Don't let him waste your tuition dollars - make sure he gets the rest he needs.
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