School Closure Updates and Resources

Last Updated 6/1/2020

Message from Mrs. Willburn -

" I pray that you and your families are healthy and safe!

We are working together to navigate this
unusual circumstance and will follow direction from our State and Local Governments to make arrangements for returning to campus next school year.

We have many wonderful things planned for our future!

Thank you for your flexibility and patience during this time! If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to any of us. We are here to help! "

We Miss our Families


2020-2021 School Year Update

We are praying that our school is able to begin the 2020-2021 School Year on Wednesday, August 19th as scheduled. We are closely following Diocese of San Diego and San Diego County guidelines and protocols. We will be posting updates regarding 2020-2021 School Year as information is release by the authorities as our school's administration continues to draw the logistics.

Enrollment for 2020-2021 is open, please visit our Admissions page to learn more!

Distance Learning

This global crisis sent us home, but it didn't halt our School Mission. It brought our community even closer and made us realize how strong we are when we stand together, we may be physically separated but we are close at heart. Keeping our Mission and Vision alive during this difficult times, our amazing teachers are at full throttle putting Distance Learning plans and lessons together to help our students stay on track, to make sure they fulfill their educational expectations always considering their particular family situation. San Diego Diocese has been providing teachers with plenty of resources to support their efforts, resources include webinars, online tools, teaching materials, current information, and more. Our teachers are keeping contact with parents and students via Zoom meetings, and use all kinds of online tools such as SeeSaw, Google Classroom, among others to maintain students engaged and motivated. May God continue to Bless teachers all around the world, and may we be together again soon.


Parent Resources

Learn how you can talk to kids about the situation, find activities to do at home. Click here to learn more

Internet Services

Companies are offering free internet access and computers to qualifying families during Distance Learning, click here to learn more.

Food Services

School Districts are providing free lunch boxes to students under age 18. Food Banks are distributing groceries to families in need. Click here to learn more.

More Resources

Use this document to find many sites offering all kinds of information, help, learning activities, and more. Click here to access the document.

Sunday May 31, 2020 Mass

Misa del 31 de Mayo del 2020