News and Announcements

The Class of 2019 Hosts the First Mass of the Year with Kinder!

On Friday, September 14th with Fr. Uche presiding, K-8 celebrated the Mass of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross. We've started a new tradition this year. The class hosting the Mass joins in the Offertory by bringing items for the needy. Mr. Eddie Hillie led the singing and accompanied on piano. Once again we were reminded of exactly why God gave us ears. God bless CCS!
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Faculty Busy Getting Ready for Another Stellar Year at CCS

The faculty came back from summer break on August 1st. Since then, they've earned certifications in CPR and First Aid, attended an inspirational retreat, and participated in a powerful professional development workshop. Bulletin boards are going up, new books and resources are arriving, and everyone is excited to welcome our Chapel scholars on Monday, August 13th. God bless CCS.
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Students Stun Faculty During Spirit Day Competitions!

The faculty will need all four days of the long Memorial Day holiday-maybe more- to bounce back from their disastrous defeats in basketball and the balloon toss on Friday, May 24th. If not for MVP Roman del Pozo and his heroics in kickball, the faculty would not have had a single win during the day. Congrats students and thank you Mr. Pham, Mr. D, and Mr. Val for making what the 8th graders now refer to as, "The best Spirit Day ever!"
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So Much Talent for Just One School

Wednesday was one great day. It started with kinder hosting the May Mass and giving generous gifts to the needy. After lunch, the student body, parents, friends, faculty, and staff were treated to amazing acts at the Chapel Annual Talent Show. Students danced, sang, played musical instruments, gave martial arts presentations and simply wowed the audience with talent from kinder to 8th. Thank you all, including our hosts for the day April Kim (8th) and Alyssa Marquez (7th) whose humor and warmth added greatly to the special day.
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Great Day at the California Science Center Studying about King Tut!

Fifth and sixth graders deepened their understanding of Ancient Egypt on Monday, May 21st. They explored the King Tut exhibit and saw the IMAX movie about the antiquities of Egypt. Thank you Mrs. Aguirre and Mr. Pham for planning a day at the California Science Center. None of this would be possible without our parent chaperones, so thank you Parents.
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Chapel Speech Team Breaks School Records for Awards in Season's Final Competition!

Chapel made history at the Las Colinas Speech Competition on May 19, 2016. For the first time ever, a 5th grader took first place in a major event: Congratulations Elizabeth Lo; she earned a 1st place in Theme. Our only 8th grade member this year, Christina Arguello, took home more awards from one event than any student in the history of our team. She earned a 1st in Dramatic, 2nd in Humorous, a Gold in Versatility, and a Perseverance Award for competing in over six different categories at events over the year. Maya Bryant (7th) earned a Bronze Versatility Award and also earned a Perseverance Award; she competed in five different categories over the course of this year's speech season. Adrianna Brady also earned a Perseverance Award. Patrick Holloway (6th) was awarded a certificate for his performance in Humorous. Congratulations to our incredible team and one great, big "THANK YOU!" you to our amazing speech coach, Mrs. Amber Aguirre.
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