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Here's Our Link to Important Information from the OC Health Agency

Want to keep your family and loved ones healthy! Here are some flyers that were put out by the Orange County Health Agency. There are great tips on proper hand washing, appropriate social distancing graphs, and a few flyers that will help children understand the protocols to stay safe and healthy at this time. Please share with anyone that is overstressed at this time. Flyers are both in English and Spanish.

"Saints Challenge" in Daycare!

Know thy Saints! Ms. Fleming, who is the director of our Extended Daycare Program, has challenged our students to learn as much as they can about our Saints. This is at least the fifth year she has done this challenge. They have a library of books to search through & build their knowledge of these ordinary people that have done miraculous things out of love. The students are encouraged to create something that represents an important quality of that Saint to them either by a drawing, using playdoh, or Legos. Well, these three boys went beyond using their imaginations and created a Lego church with St. Zachariah overseeing communion with John, the Baptist, his son.

The first grade boys are Zachary, Mario, & Benjamin. They were so enthusiastic about this challenge and went right to work! Excellent job Boys!

Extended Flu Season - How to stay Healthy!

As you are likely aware, many cases of the flu and some cases of the coronavirus have been reported in the state of California. We wanted to share with you some of the steps our school is taking to prevent the spread of illness across our campus. The classrooms are continuously being cleaned and surfaces are being disinfected, we are enforcing good hygiene practices, like washing hands thoroughly and covering up coughs/sneezes, and encouraging staff members and students to stay home who are feeling ill. The most effective way you can help is to keep your student/s home if they are not feeling well and in the event they have a fever they must not return to school until they have been fever free, without medicine, for 24 hours. We are monitoring new developments and will continue to reevaluate our steps and daily actions, if needed.
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