The vision screening last week went really well. Those who were identified as needing an eye exam will receive a notification email. The mobile lab is here all week conducting the additional eye exams.
Our parish is participating in the Family Promise ministry, which helps to house temporarily homeless families. We will have a family here in the Parish Center the week of October 8.
The extreme heat is with us this week again. Our cut off temperature is 95 degrees. When the temperature hits 95 we have indoor lunch and indoor dismissal. Most outdoor sports are canceled as well. We will let you know by noon each day if we are making changes or canceling anything.
Have a wonderful week,
Welcome Back to a new school year Falcon families! I hope you all had a restful, fun and healthy summer! My name is Annie Van Dyke, I am pleased to be your new School Board President. I have two daughters, Catherine (Class of 2008) and Mary (Class of 2010). Curiously, they are both back in school this fall. Catherine is at Cal earning a Masters in Energy and Resources. Mary is at Wisconsin earning a Masters in Education and a secondary science credential. Mary says her interest in science started at St. Philip’s with the science club. My husband Greg and I have been St. Philip the Apostle parishioners for more than twenty-five years. It is a tremendous privilege to get to be a volunteer at St. Philip the Apostle School, a chance to give back to a community that has done so much to support all our family.
Thank you, Principal Jennifer Ramirez and all the administration and faculty for all your hard work to be ready for the new school year! We are poised to have a great year full of learning and new adventures!
Thank you, parents, for your support of St. Philip the Apostle School! Your support of teachers and administrators helps every school day be more successful. Truly we are a blessed community by your time, talent and treasure. Your extraordinary support of Blessed Are the Children helps provide programs and resources to benefit all students. Please continue to participate in our community and don’t forget to make your voice heard by responding to school and parish surveys.
If you are interested in getting more involved, please consider joining a school board committee. These volunteers help with everything from our school’s budget, building projects, strategic planning, fundraising, and public relations.
Contact SPASboardaffairs@gmail.com for more details.
Thank you again for all you do, God Bless, Annie Van Dyke School Board President
Fr. Joe Moniz Educational Fund
Fr. Joe served St. Philip the Apostle Parish for 20 years as our pastor. To honor his legacy of supporting Catholic education, we established an endowment in his name at the Catholic Community Foundation of Los Angeles to support tuition assistance and the educational needs of all St. Philip the Apostle School students. As this fund grows, our school will greatly benefit from financial stability in the future years.
The Fr. Joe Fund will be supported through our annual “Paddle Raise” at the Red Tie Bash. Be sure to attend, and raise your paddle to support the FJF!
You can also donate by mailing a check to the school office or by going HERE
Father Joe Moniz St. Philip the Apostle School Educational Fund
Please CLICK HERE to view St. Philip the Apostle School's Exposure Management Plan and Reopening Protocol Documents.
Fall Fest 2022
Save the Date! Fall Fest 2022 will be on Sat 10/15 from 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM!
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