Fun Day 2022 ~ Wild Things!

Friday, Sept. 30, 4–7 p.m.

Calling all Wild Things! Adventure awaits at the joint Hockaday/St. Mark's Fun Day Safari and we need all of our 1st–6th graders to gather their herds! Come to the St. Mark’s campus for bounce houses, laser tag, games, food, and fun!

We know a Safari can take a lot of planning to arrange, so we made it easy with our offerings that include everything you need to have a WILD Fun Day.

  • Students can wear their Fun Day t-shirts to school on Friday, Sept. 30.
  • The Attractions Band provides anyone ages 4+ access to all rides and salon activities
  • Come hungry! This year, the new “Dads’ Grill” will be offering up fresh burgers, hotdogs, and quesadillas
  • The $5 bands are good to redeem at Mr. Sugar Rush dessert trucks, Billy Buttons Instant Photo Buttons, Dunk Tank, and the NEW Cub’s Corner Bake Sale

Calling All Parents!

Calling all parents, grandparents, and families:
We need YOU to help tame the party animals and help make Fun Day a WILD time to remember. Please don’t forget to go to the joint Hockaday/St. Mark's Sign-Up Genius and volunteer for a shift. The grade with the most volunteers will win a popsicle party on campus!!!

Fun Day Committee

Fun Day Co-Chairs
Kendra Allen and Caroline Snell Wagner (St. Mark's)
Caroline Flanigan and Meredith Perry (Hockaday)

Committee Chairs
Finance: Drew Flanigan and Taylor Allen
Food/Catering: Merritt Russ and Stephanie Seay
Dad's Grill: Erik Vachon
Water/Ice: Mari and Grant Ruckel
Bake Sale: Katie Dillard, Lisa Steinhoff, and Ann White
Salon, Buttons, DJ: Julie Ahmed, Carmen McArron & Annie Kouyoumdjian
Volunteers: Johannah Kersey, Priya Patel, Stephanie Stone, and Tiffany Wilmer
First Aid: Lee Nichols, Julie Kern and Josh Kern
Signage: Jenny Grumbles
Set-Up/Take Down: John Coker

St. Mark’s School of Texas

10600 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75230


About Us

St. Mark’s School of Texas is a private, nonsectarian college-preparatory boys’ day school for students in grades 1 through 12, located in Dallas, Texas. St. Mark’s aims to prepare young men to assume leadership and responsibility in a competitive and changing world.

St. Mark’s does not discriminate in the administration of its admission and education policies on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin.