Thank you to those students, teachers and staff who donated to our Thanksgiving Food Drive over the last few weeks. Approximately $1,400 was raised and hundreds of pounds of nonperishable food was also donated to assist others in need. When we get back after Thanksgiving vacation you will also hear about our Christmas Toy Drive where we will be collecting toys and money to help young children have a merrier Christmas due to your support and generosity. Once again, thank you to everyone who contributed to our Thanksgiving Food Drive.
Congratulations to Ms. Modesto for receiving this prestigious award! Along with Ms Judy McCarty from Mullen High School in Denver, Ms Modesto was selected out of the San Francisco New Orleans District and was recognized at the Huether Conference held in Chicago this year on November 19-21st. We are proud of Ms. Modesto for being recognized at the national level for her work and dedication! Click this story for the full press release.
Congratulations to seniors Milan Acquaah, Kobe Paras, and Daron Henson for signing letters of commitment for NCAA Division I Basketball to Washington State University, UCLA, and Utah State University respectively!
While the rest of the school is taking the PSAT or Mock PSAT, the Seniors are in the library working on their college applications.
Br Chris Patiño FSC presenting to Mr Resurrección's class about vocations. We are proud of Br Chris, as a graduate of the class of 2002, leading by example.
CSF students will be tutoring Monday, Tuesday and Thursday afterschool from 2:30-3:20 pm in the Library. This will begin Monday, September 28.
The library is open Monday - Thursday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM and Fridays 7:00 AM - End of the School Day.
Each parent must Create An Account to use Powerschool.
This is a one-time process, once created, you will never need to create an account again. You will need your son’s Access ID and Access Password in order to create your new account. This can be obtained from the school registrar. This feature of Powerschool will allow each parent to have his/her own username and password. It allows parents of multiple children to combine accounts. Students do not setup Powerschool accounts. They will use the accounts created by the Administration Office.
Please click this story to download the 2015-2016 Parent/Student Handbook. The Handbook is available in two formats, one is an iBook and the other is a PDF. Please read through the book and SUBMIT AN ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE. Directions for how to do this can be found in the last section of the handbook. Please contact Mr. Gutierrez is you have any questions about how to do this at email@example.com
DID YOU KNOW that the SAT is changing???
Click on this story to see the variety of resources KAPLAN will offer our students to be better prepared for standardized testing.
Keeping up with your son's assignments is easy once you set up a parent account through Edmodo. If you already have a parent account there is no need to create a new one, just use last year's information to sign in. CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO CREATE A PARENT ACCOUNT.
Parents can still use their passwords from last year. Students are to use their new passwords that were issued through homeroom to avoid being locked out.
Freshmen and new transfer parents will get theirs at the September 3rd General Parent Meeting.
Students are to see Ms. Modesto or Mr Gutierrez if they need to retrieve their passwords. Please remember that they are case sensitive.
The Cathedral High School mobile app, available for iPhones and iPads. Stay connected and get up to date information about our school. Click on this story to get more information and a download link to the FREE app!
The beginning of the new academic year is around the corner!
Click on this story to get important back to school information. Please read thoroughly.
CLICK HERE TO SEE FAQs ABOUT IPADS USED AT SCHOOL
This is a requirement for incoming freshmen only.
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A delegation of student leaders headed to St. Mary's College in Moraga California last week to participate in this annual conference. They met up with other young Lasallians from all over the District of San Francisco New Orleans and focused on the Five Core Lasallian Principles to help prepare for the upcoming year. They joined committees to work on specific tasks for the week and attended various skill sessions to improve on their leadership ability. Click on this story to get more information including a student produced blog, video and photos.
CHECK HERE FOR LINKS TO PHOTOS OF THE 2015 GRADUATION CEREMONIES.
Downloadable photos from all three ceremonies available here.
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