SAN BERNARDINO—The Diocesan Office of Restorative Justice, in collaboration with Catholics Against the Death Penalty (CADP), has launched a campaign to lobby Governor Jerry Brown to commute the sentences of those on death row to life in prison without the possibility of parole. While, constitutionally, the Governor cannot commute the entire death row, he can commute the sentences of some who are there.
HIGHLAND—One of Saint Adelaide Academy’s favorite Schoolwide Learning Expectations is “Valuing the Protection of Life and Earth’s Resources.”
ONTARIO—The Office of Catholic Schools presented awards at its 18th annual banquet held Feb. 3 at the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario. Below is a summary of awards and recipients.
By Andie Ordona
ONTARIO—As a student and the Vice President of St. George School’s Student Council, I enjoyed establishing the activities and events we held during this special week of celebration.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Riverside hosted the annual Diocesan Spelling Bee on February 6. Congratulations to our participating schools and their contestants. Winner Isidro Jiz (center), St. Thomas the Apostle; Runner-Up Darissa Pertler (third from right), Sacred Heart, Palm Desert; Lucas Spear, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Indio; Naomi Colinayo, St. Edward; Zayra Carrillo, St. James; Catalina McCarron, St. Catherine of Alexandria; Zach Martin, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Riverside.
INDIO—The students, administrators, and families at Our Lady of Perpetual Help School and Preschool (OLPH) in Indio closed out Catholic Schools Week 2018 with their 30th Annual Walk-A-Thon on February 2nd.
SAN BERNARDINO—For the second straight year supporters of San Bernardino’s two Catholic elementary schools came together to reflect on a year of accomplishments at the State of San Bernardino Catholic Elementary Schools (SBCES) event.