Welcome to Fontbonne’s 2021 Student Enrichment Days.  The theme is Hope Anchors the Soul. Grades 9 & 11 will take part in-person on Thursday, January 21st. Grades 10 & 12 will take part on Friday, January 22nd. On these days we will gather as a community and mindfully reflect on the hope within us.


  • Students should arrive on campus by 8:45am and report to the CSJ Center.
  • Lunch will be provided:

    • Pasta entree, salad and juice

    • You WILL NOT be able to order other items for lunch.

    • You may bring your own lunch, if you do not want the provided lunch.

  • Dress Code

    • Students are required to be in uniform. You will have time to change if you are participating in the dance or the yoga for the Morning Mindfulness Session.  

  • All students will report to the CSJ Center when they arrive on campus. Any student who needs to eat breakfast will be directed to the Dining Hall.



Click here to read the biographies of all of our Student Enrichment Day speakers.  This information will help you determine the sessions you'd like to attend.

Master Chief Rashaun R. Morris
United States Coast Guard
1st District Reserve Command Master Chief

Master Chief Rashaun R. Morris assumed the duties as the Reserve Command Master Chief for the First Coast Guard District in October of 2016. As the First District Reserve Command Master Chief, she serves as the principle advisor to the District Commander on all matters affecting work life,
command climate, morale, reserve workforce policy, family and mission support, general wellbeing as well as issues and initiatives pertaining to all Coast Guard Reserve members within the District. The First District includes eight states in the Northeast and 2000 miles of coastline from the US-Canadian border to northern New Jersey. Most recently Master Chief Morris served as the Reserve Command Master Chief of Coast Guard Sector Southeastern New England in Woods Hole, MA.

Master Chief Morris’ personal awards include two Coast Guard Commendation Medal, four Coast Guard Achievement Medals, three Commandant’s Letter of Commendation Ribbons, the Armed Forces Reserve Medal, four Coast Guard Good Conduct Awards, six Coast Guard Reserve Good Conduct Awards and various other personal and unit awards.

Master Chief Morris hails from Kansas City, MO and is a resident of Brockton, MA. She has one adult child, Haleigh Morris.