ASB will be selling Halloween candy grams outside Ms. Rolston's office to students for $1 every day during lunch next week. Come by and send a candy gram to a friend, teacher, or special someone.
We are excited to announce that our homecoming dance will be on-campus Wednesday, November 10th. Due to COVID restrictions, the dance will be limited to Mater Dei Juniors and Seniors only. Tickets can be purchased online starting Monday, October 18th. Any questions, please see Ms. Rolston.
Homecoming Dance! 11/10/2021
We will be having our school-wide PSAT and SAT School Day on October 13, 2021. Testing day is a mandatory school day for 9th, 10th, and 11th grades. Students will report to their Advisory classroom on that day. ONLY those 12th graders who registered for the SAT SCHOOL DAY need to report to school. Seniors taking the SAT will report to the school Gym. There is NO school for seniors who DID NOT register for the test.
Now that we have been back full time for several weeks, we wanted to check in with our Crusader families to see how your students are adjusting. We are committed to the wellness of your child and to providing a quality Catholic education.
We are battling St. Augustine (Saints) in more than just football next week. We will be competing with them in a recycling challenge. The school that recycles the most plastic bottles will win money for the charity of the school's choice. When we win, we will be donating to the Alpha Project, which helps the homeless population of San Diego.
Crusader Connection Fall 2021 [...]
Hello Crusader Parents! It was an exciting week on campus with Club Day today and Back To School Night last night. It made me so happy to see so many smiling faces on campus partaking in fun activities like Club Day! Next week, we are looking forward to hosting our Freshman Retreats.
Crusader Alumnus Erick De La Rosa ‘94 featured in 10News for donating his time and talent to “ShoLove” through art!
Just like that, summer has come and gone and we have entered autumn. Although the weather may not feel like it yet, fall has officially arrived. Autumn continues to be my favorite season. The colors of the season, the cooler weather and the falling leaves remind us that slowly, but surely things start to fall into place. The activity of the summer months and the busyness of the return to school, give way to the peacefulness and the comfort of daily routines. At school, our students settle into those routines, finding comfort in the daily prayers, their favorite subjects, their interactions with teachers and friends alike...