19 Apr

Earth Day 2015 – April 22nd

Our young learners and global citizens are capable of solving the challenges of tomorrow! The key to being a problem-solver, innovator and critical thinker is to be educated and able to distinguish fact from fiction. Such training begins at a very young age.

On April 22, 2015, SAS will observe Earth Day. Tomorrow’s leaders will learn about environmental stewardship by participating in Climate Education Week. For more information please log on to:


Our SAS Learning Community is committed to:

  1. Participate in Climate Education Week
  2. Begin the planning process of an effective recycling program for the 2015-16 school year with the support of our student government
  3. Educate our community about water resources in California, energy saving tips and environmental stewardship

Join us and other global citizens in preserving the beauty of God’s creation!

19 Apr

World Book & Copyright Day 2015 – April 23rd

World Book & Copyright Day 2015

On April 23, 2015, SAS will celebrate “World Book and Copyright Day” as designated by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

This will be an opportunity for our students to:

  1. Think about reading more books in hard/soft copy or digitally
  2. Borrow a book from our school library or public library
  3. Become an author by writing a book/story with digital storytelling
  4. Begin blogging on-line, reading news articles and doing on-line research
  5. Understand copyright, plagiarism and intellectual property rights
  6. Communicate through illustrations, info-graphics and other visual arts in reading
We hope that you can support your child in his/her learning to become a “Catholic Leader of the 21st Century.”  The link for the UNESCO World Book & Copyright Day is http://www.unesco.org/new/en/wbcd
19 Apr

Parents’ Bulletin

New Series: Education Matters

The Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships at the U.S. Department of Education has created a new series called “Education Matters,” a monthly bulletin, in which they will share with parents, students, educators, faith-based and community representatives,  and others key information and issues around education. The information shared will contribute to creating a culture of education excellence in the various communities. 

The first “Education Matters” bulletin, Children’s Brain Development, can also be accessed on their website under the Resource tab at http://www.ed.gov/edblogs/fbnp/resources/.

For more information, please contact Eddie Martin, Jr., Special Assistant, Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships at the  US Department of Education at Eddie.Martin@ed.gov .

 The mission of the Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships at the U.S. Department of Education is to promote student achievement by connecting schools and community-based organizations, both secular and faithbased.

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