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Resources for Students & Parents:

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.


News

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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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.

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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."

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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.

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Good morning. Carondelet and De La Salle will be open today.

We are aware that several school districts have made the decision to close school for today while several will remain open.

Our students are our priority and we will take the following steps to ensure their health:

▪ Typical outdoor activities, like Kinesiology classes, will be held inside

▪ Lunch will be held inside and students will be kept inside on breaks
▪ Windows and doors will be kept shut
▪ Staff will be very mindful of students, staff and visitors who are sensitive to air quality
▪ Maintenance staff is ensuring that outside air infiltration is kept to a minimum

We recognize each family will make decisions that are personally best for them regarding school attendance on Thursday. Any absence related to air quality will be excused.
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Compassionate Lord, we pray for those who have been devastated by recent natural disasters and unimaginable violence. We remember those who have lost their lives so suddenly. We hold in our hearts the families forever changed by grief and loss. Bring them consolation and comfort. Surround them with our prayer for strength.

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Due to poor air quality and proximity to the fires in the North Bay, several of our sites for tomorrow's Day of Service have changed.

There are four locations that are impacted, including the Fairfield Food Bank, Pleasant Hill Park, Shadowood Park, and Rogers Ranch.

The students who were scheduled to engage in community service at these locations will instead be staying on campus. Here, they will engage in an experiential simulation relating to service and justice in our community.

Those students who are now staying on-campus are still expected to follow the same instructions including start and end time.

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Wednesday, October 11 is the 4th annual Frosh Day of Service. This is a special day when the entire freshman class engages in the Carondelet tradition of "serving our dear neighbor".

This is an integral part of our curriculum and is not optional for any student. We have planned for and expect full participation of all 9th grade students on this very important day.

All students must return their permission slip by this Friday, October 6.
Please read more for the full schedule and reminders.

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There are four events to help students prepare for college in a variety of ways. Click "read more" for details.

Financial Aid Evening - Wed. October 4

PSAT Prep Workshop for Sophs & Juniors - Sat. October 7

Workshop Wednesday - Wed. October 11

Student-Athlete College Info - Mon. October 23


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PG&E has turned off the power on the De La Salle campus due to a faulty electrical transformer. As a result, all network services and servers are down until Friday, Sept. 29 at 3:00am.

This does not impact the Carondelet campus in any way.

Carondelet will be holding classes tomorrow.

If PG&E is not able to complete the work as planned, De La Salle will send a blast to parents and students. Carondelet students with classes on the DLS campus would instead have study halls at Carondelet.

Again, Carondelet will be open as usual tomorrow and PG&E expects work to be completed in the time frame described above.

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Join the Ecology Project to Hawaii this Spring!

Dates: Saturday, March 24 - Sunday, April 1
Parent Info Mtg: Tuesday, October 3 at 6:30 p.m. in room 36

From the ridge to the reef, the island of Maui is a study in diversity and beauty, in volcanic power and Pacific grace. You'll practice sustainable agriculture, the Hawaiian way. Assist researchers in monitoring freshwater streams. Snorkel the reef and survey its fish. And engage in the critical conservation issues that threaten the Valley Isle.

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Congratulations to Mrs. Stephanie Cline, chair of Carondelet's Kinesiology Department, who was recently named head coach of De La Salle's varsity volleyball team! Mrs. Cline has taught at Carondelet for the last 21 years and, over her career, has coached dozens of teams in sports that include volleyball, jump and hurdle, badminton, CYO basketball and youth baseball.


"I am excited for the opportunity to share my passion for volleyball and support the players' growth as athletes, community leaders and men of faith," she said.

She and her husband, Eric, have four sons, two of whom are currently students at De La Salle.
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High school is so much more than academic courses. Whether our students are into sports, the arts or community service, we are so proud to offer something for everyone. Did you know we have more than 40 student-run clubs and organizations?

Our annual club fair is next Monday, Sept. 18 during lunch and students will have an opportunity to learn more about what each of these clubs offer.

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All freshmen attend the Alpha Retreat this weekend! Freshmen stay on campus after class on Friday, sleep in the Inner Court overnight, and the retreat ends at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday. Click here to see reminders and all of the items you should bring!

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September 1 is the first day for prospective students and families to begin their application process to Carondelet High School!

Visit the campus on a shadow visit, campus tour, and attend the Open House on Sunday, November 5.

Then, apply to Carondelet High School by December 1.

We look forward to meeting you!

Get started at CarondeletHS.org/Apply.

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Last Friday, we held a small fundraiser to help recovery efforts in the area impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Students, teachers, staff helped us raise a total of $1,572 for families with infants and toddlers.

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The Welcome Back Rally was WILD! The Jungle themed rally on Friday, August 25 was loud, proud and united students after their first full week of classes. Enjoy scenes from the rally!


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Carondelet extends a warm welcome to all of the new faculty and staff who have joined us recently. These dynamic individuals bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to their respective roles and they will, no doubt, bring a renewed sense of excitement and commitment to excellence to our school. Please join us in welcoming these new additions to our team!

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