Dozens of standout Carondelet students and five senior student-athletes were honored at an all-school assembly Wednesday morning. Five Cougars signed their National Letters of Intent to play collegiate athletics after graduation.
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Resources for Parents & Students:
The Student Wellness office provides resources below for parents, guardians, students and staff to work together to raise physically, emotionally, spiritually, and morally healthy young women.
Health and Wellness Resources.
Also, please visit our Personal Counseling office's webpage.
Día de los Muertos is a Mexican celebration honoring deceased family and friends. This ancient, mystical tradition is a mix of indigenous rituals and Catholicism. Día de los Muertos dates back to the pre-Hispanic cultures of Meso-America 3,000 years ago. On Día de los Muertos, it is believed that the dead return to visit their living relatives and friends. Elaborate altars are constructed in each home and in cemeteries. They are adorned with candles, marigolds, plates of delicious food, and round loaves of bread called Pan de Muertos. Folk art and frosted sugar skulls add the finishing touches.
We welcomed more than 1,000 people to our campus for Open House on November 5. We hope that you enjoyed meeting our caring, brilliant teachers, our bright student leaders, and talented staff and administration.
We hope that you can picture yourself at Carondelet and are excited to see how we can bring out the best in you!
When Carondelet High School's Jefferson Awards, Students in Action (JA-SIA) Team heard about the evacuated seniors from the North Bay wildfire areas being temporarily housed at Montecito Senior Living in Concord, they immediately wanted to help them. Mrs. Cindy Lawrence, Community Service Coordinator, contacted Montecito Senior Living to find out what items the seniors needed. The JA-SIA Team spent over half of the Club's award money to buy t-shirts, socks, and Chapstick for the residents. They even donated gently used men's jeans. The students wanted to show the seniors that they care and support them during this difficult time.
"My heart immediately went out to all of those who were forced to evacuate their homes from the fire. I could not imagine what they were going through," said Adriana Conte ' 19. "This service project allowed me and the Jefferson Awards team to make a valuable difference in someone's life and bring happiness to them despite what they had been through. I could never pass up this opportunity."
Come explore STEM concepts with Mrs. Schooler and Ms. Levesque on a travel program to Germany and Switzerland in the spring of 2019!
Students will understand how the Alps were formed, see the effects of glaciation on the Alpine geography, and visit Vauban, Germany – an innovative town that is a model of sustainability.
Visit the trip's website to learn more.