Sat, May

By Maricel Silvestre
Fifth Grade Teacher
St. Catherine of Siena School

RIALTO—“The science trays have marshmallows.” 

 This one comment from a student was enough to stir up excitement from my class of fifth graders when they walked back into the classroom after recess one April morning. 

Read more: Science experiment reveals engineers in the making

SAN BERNARDINO—Promoting Catholic Education and explaining the opportunity it offers the Latino, African American and the underprivileged was the topic of a panel discussion at the Latino Education and Advocacy Days (LEAD) Summit VII held at California State, University San Bernardino on March 30.

Read more: Catholic education discussed at CSUSB Conference

RIVERSIDE—St. Francis de Sales School will offer its After-School Performance Program as entertainment for all ages at the annual Big Show: Broadway Tonight, a Broadway review on May 21. The program was started in 2014 through the inspiration and guidance of Tracy Simeon, who has an extensive performance and theater background.

Read more: St. Francis de Sales School to perform Broadway review

 In September of 2015, the junior high students of Our Lady of the Assumption School (OLA) began learning about the stock market through The Stock Market Game, an online educational activity in which millions of students have participated since its inception in 1977. 

Read more: OLA School wins stock market game for second straight year

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