Time: 12:30 PM – 1 PM
Cathedral Chapel School Home
Education involves teamwork. Everyone must do his or her part for the process to work. Last week, our Chapel parents went above and beyond to express their appreciation of the teachers and staff. Every single day the faculty room was filled with delicous food and drinks and kind words of gratitude. The kindsesses lifted spirits and filled hearts. On Wednesday we were treated to a gourmet luncheon from salad to dessert. As if that weren't enough, we also received beautiful, generous"'thank-you" cards. During the same week, our parents helped with track and field, Progress Reports, the Art Show, and that was following last week's Jog a Thon. Cathedral Chapel is so very blessed. We have incredible parents and grandparents and amazing students.
Over 130 Catholic Schools competed in this year's CYO Track and Field Program. On Thursday, the top eight finishers in each event competed at the CYO Track and Fiesl Boys and Girls Finals. Making it that far with all tthe competition was in and of itself a memorable feat. When all the races were run, all awards determined, Chapel's Boy's Team placed 4th overall. God Bless our athletes and their tireless coach Mr. Roman del Pozo.
The Class of 2019, under the guidance of Mr. Long Pham, presented a moving rendition of Christ's Passion on Wednesday, April 17th.. The class showed their talent in acting, music, and oral speech as the whole school was taken back to the time of Christ. Chapel thanks the 8th grade for reminding us of the real reason we celebrate Easter. God bless CCS.
Eighth Grader Alyssa Marquez Escorted by Classmate Miles Marrache Crowns Mary during Annual Celebration of Our Lady.
Friday, May 10th Chapel students participated in the annual Mary Crowning. Second graders wore their First Communicn outfits and were escorted to church by the eighth graders wearing their graduation gowns. Each student honored Mary with two beautiful gladiolas. The students from K to 8 dedicated themselves to Mary after praying a Rosary in Her honor. As always, Mr. Eddie Hilley elevated the celebration with his incredible voice. It was a beautifully spiritual day.
Students from kinder through eighth outdid themselves this year with their beautiful art. Miss Elberg and our amazing parent volunteers spent days decorating the halls of Chapel with student artwork for our annual CCS Art Show on Friday May 10, 2019. It is incredible to walk down the hall and witness that much beauty and color and imagination in one place. God bless CCS! Thank you Ms. Elberg for your talent, guidance and energy. Thank you parents for putting it all together so beautifully.
Eighth grader Andrew Lee has earned the Gold Key Award from the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards of 2019 for his orignal ceramic art entitled "Obesity Serum." Andrew worked for over four months before submitting the piece for consideration by the panel. He has made it into the finals and been invited to the live awards at Carnegie Hall in New York. Chapel couldn't be prouder of Andrew.