Friday, October 19th, was the last home game for this year's volleyball team. It was also a day to celebrate the 8th graders' commitment to this year's team. Parents and grandparents attended the rose celebration before the game. Adriana Brady, Alyssa Marquez, and Jade Jordan Ruiz each received a beautiful rose and were honored with a family picture. The team then did what they do best-they won big time against the school's arch rival St. Brendan School. The girls are on a mission to finish the season with a perfect, undefeated record. God bless our team and our incredible coaches. None of this would be possible without the dedication, guidance, generosity, and expertise of Mr. and Mrs. Morris.
Health Screenings - Gr. 6 - 8
Environmental Defenders Assembly for gr. K-3
Date: 10/23/2018, 1:30 PM – 2:15 PM
Environmental Defenders Assembly for gr.4-6
Date: 10/23/2018, 2:15 PM – 3 PM
Dismissal for K - 8
Date: 10/24/2018, 12:30 PM – 1 PM
Date: 10/24/2018, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
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The 8th grades decided to make individual posters on the character theme RESPECT for each classroom and present them after assembly on Wednesday, September 26, 2019.
Ms. Elburg not only teaches art at two Los Angeles schools, she's an active, talented, respected artist. This week she was honored with a beautiful plaque for "Mamjo," her colorful, horse mural. It can be seen on Reseda Blvd. in the San Fernando Valley. Congratulations, Ms. Elburg.
Congratulations to the Griswold family for taking first place at the Knoxville Film Festival this month for their documentary short Belief. It's about the power of a young girl's belief in the Loch Ness Monster. Fourth grader Eva plays a starring role, and her younger sister Zoe can be seen in the film too. What a wonderful accomplishment.
Innara Alcaraz, an incredibly talented artist, created an amazing likeness of Harry Potter live in the time it takes for an audience to hear some of that old rock and roll music. It is hard to describe since it was almost closer to magic than anything else, but she did it right before our eyes. I pity anyone who wasn't there to witness her brilliance.
After an exciting election and a number of run-offs, Chapel congratulates the officers who have been elected to serve in the following positions during the 2018-2019 school year:
President: Maya Bryant
Vice President: Althea Morris
Secretary: Megan David
Treasurer: Paul Jopanda
Commissioner of Religious Affairs: Isaiah Richardson
Commissioner of Boys' Athletics: Noah Jeong
Commissioner of Girls' Athletics: Annabel Manriquez
Commissioner of Safety and Ecology: Sophia Baumann
Commissioner of Public Relations: Adrianna Brady
Commissioner of School Spirit: Sophia Andrade