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On Friday March 22nd, Chapel students brought in 237 pairs of slightly worn shoes to share with the homeless as part of the Feet the Homeless Drive. The drive was so successful, it has been extended to Monday the 25th. Students who bring in shoes for the needy may wear shirts of their favoite college basketball team. Students may also wear their favorite sneakers.
Chapel's relay teams outdid themselves at the first meet of the year-Boys and Girls! The track event took place at Cathedral High. The team is already practicing for the next competition, the last weekend of March at Notre Dame, Sherman Oaks.
Whether it's the promise of pie or the desire to prove how much one's beautiful brain can remember, PI Day at Chapel gets better every year. Fighting to the very finish, the following students remembered more digits than any of their classmates. They each have a delicious pie to prove it. Congratulations! Thank you Mr. del Pozo for putting this competition on each year. Aden Lee 4th grade- 125 digits Morgan Williams 5th grade- 126 digits Jacob Diaz 6th grade- 185 digits Samuel Christopher 7th grade- 253 digits Elhanan Anteneh 8th grade- 230 digits
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.
On January 26, 2019, Chapel graduate Christina Arguello took 1st place for Humorous Interpretation at her qualifying tournament at Narbonne High School , which earned her an invitation to UC Berkeley. At UC Berkeley, she competed against hundreds of high school students from all over California and other states. She made it up to the semi-finals as a freshman. This was her first time competing at the state level. She’s working to qualify next for the Wisconsin Invitational. Let's keep her in our prayers.
This year's math competition was one of the best ever. In the 3rd to 5th grade division, Aden Lee (4th) took 1st place; Isabella Diaz (4th) placed second, and Noah Ha (3rd) placed 3rd. In the junior high competition, Andrew Lee (8th) earned the 1st place trophy; Michael Kim (6th) took 2nd, and Skye Connors (8th) placed 3rd. One teacher was heard saying, "It's amazing what these students can do! I don't even understand some of the questions-let alone understand how to solve the equations." Good job, Mr. del Pozo and Mr. Pham, and Congratulations Students!!