TEMECULA—A year after the Sisters of the Company of Mary publicly announced plans to build a Catholic high school on their Temecula school property, St. Jeanne de Lestonnac High School remains on track to be open for the start of next school year.
By Brooklyn Duran
Hi, my name is Brooklyn and my sixth grade classroom may be different than yours.
Why? I am a classroom banker! My classroom has bankers, a police officer, a hallway monitor, fine officers, a loan officer, and a meteorologist! How? Because my teacher, Miss Lauren Martinez, created a Classroom Economy!
By Rachel Leighton
SAN BERNARDINO—Aquinas High School has recently added an Engineering Academy to its already rigorous curriculum in order to further enhance the learning experience of students.
RIVERSIDE—Families and friends of Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Riverside gathered for a movie night viewing Steven Spielberg’s classic E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. In the spirit of the extraterrestrial and promoting Science-Technology-Engineering-Math (STEM) education, telescopes were on hand for star gazing. They were provided by Terry and Mary Tomerlin, alumni parents, as well as Mr. Timothy Albrecht, who teaches astronomy at Notre Dame High School.
SAN BERNARDINO—Enrollment in the Catholic schools of the Diocese for the 2016-17 year shows a slight increase, according to preliminary reports received early last month.