Congratulations to the 67th Graduating Class of Holy Angels School!
Class of 2023
These students will be going to
* Archbishop Riordan
* Christi Rey San Jose Jesuit High School
* ICA Cristo Rey Academy
* City Arts & Leadership Academy
* Summit Shasta High School
* Junipero Serra High School
* Pacific Bay Christian High School
Congratulations to the following students for receiving the President Gold Award for Outstanding Academic Excellence:
Isabella F, Grade 7
Franchescka D, Grade 5
Alexa M, Grade 4
Siena C and Camryn T, Grade 3
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Makayla A, Grade 8
Makayla is a kind, respectful and welcoming student who gets along with everyone. She is always greeting his teachers “good morning” and “have a good day.” She has worked extremely hard and put in great effort in completing all her academic tasks and responsibilities, with great detail and creativity. During the course of the school year, she baked goodies and treats for her classmates, because she simply “wanted to.” She has exemplified the Student Learning Expectation of “Being Like Jesus” all year long.
Jeslyn J, Grade 7
This student gets along well with her peers (and her brother) and tries to be helpful whenever possible. She displays the characteristics of the SLE Be Like Jesus through her kindness, friendly manner, and helpfulness.
Bayleigh R, Grade 6
This student is a Religion Officer in our Student Council this year, helping with reading the Gospel during morning broadcast and leading "One Minute with Jesus." In the last couple of months, she has become an altar server at the Saturday afternoon Mass. Thank you for being a good example of a Holy Angels student by "Being Like Jesus."
Franchescka D, Grade 5
Franchescka is a very kind, friendly and respectful student who gets along with everyone. She is very sensitive to the needs of others and always offers help. She demonstrates the SLE "Be Like Jesus."
Cyleigh E, Grade 6
Like Jesus, humble in spirit, this 4th grade student quietly shows the importance of helping others and being respectful. She often has a smile on her face that gives others a joyous feeling. She also has a great attitude towards her classwork and responsibilities.
Adrian D, Grade 3
Adrian's good moral compass shined a light in the 3rd grade classroom in May. He exemplified Being Like Jesus by teaching others the right thing to do and by leading by example. I'm proud of all he's accomplished this month, and I'm excited for his growth in 4th grade. Thanks Adrian for the good vibes and for setting a good example.
Aria S, Grade 2
Aria is a kind-hearted person. She is developing into one of the responsible students in shouldering her actions in class and on the playground. She is trying her best to do better academically. She demonstrates the Student Learning Expectation “Be Like Jesus.”
Desmond A, Grade 1
Desmond is a kind, loving, caring, and giving student. He is always willing to lend someone a hand when needed. He also completes the work he is assigned and turns it in on time. He is well mannered, quietly respectful, driven to do his best and sets a great example for other students. Desmond demonstrates the Student Learning Expectation “Be Like Jesus.”
Mila P, TK/K
Mila demonstrates the student learning expectation Be Like Jesus every day when she prays quietly and with sincerity. She is also kind and caring with her classmates. Mila also has been trying very hard to complete her work with quality and to remain focused on her tasks throughout the day.
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Congratulations to 5th grader Destiny Caicedo and 4th grader Zac Fulgencio who are the state winners of the 2022-23 Knights of Columbus California Substance Abuse Awareness Posters Contest. Grand Knight Ted Cordano presented the students with their awards at Holy Angels School this week. These awards were recently presented to Mr. Cordano at the Knights of Columbus State Annual Meeting held May 18-20.
Ted Cordano, a member of the Native Sons of the Golden West, presents Holy Angels 4th grade student, Lia Flores with her first place district winner of Colma award and a cash award for her 4th grade winning essay titled, "The First Peoples". Congratulations Lia!
Congratulations to the “Green Machine” known as the 6th-7th grade girls’ basketball team, CYO League Champions for Division 7-1/2! Thank you for a terrific season! Big shout outs to the coaching staff of Coaches Jessica Pineda, alumni and Paulo Langi! Thank you for sharing your knowledge, love and passion for the game to the girls!
Congratulations to our 3rd-4th grade girls’ basketball team, runner up CYO league champions for Division 4-4! What an amazing season! Way to represent HA! Thank you to the coaching staff of Ms. Joy Limbo and Mr. Ken Tumbaga for your love, dedication and commitment to HA athletics and to this basketball squad!
Jasmine P - Grade 8
8th Grade’s SLE award recipient is a very respectful young lady who gets along with all her peers. She is always willing to lend a helping hand around the classroom; in addition, she often uses the magic words of “Thank you,” along with always greeting others “hello” and “good morning.” She is the epitome of someone who always is “Like Jesus” through her welcoming words and actions.
Ryann T - Grade 7
Ryann demonstrates the characteristics of the SLE - Be Like Jesus. She is kind, respectful and helpful towards students and teachers alike. As a school technology officer she shows great responsibility in completing her duties.
Maria Sofia E - Grade 6
Sofia shows love and compassion to her classmates and teachers by being kind, empathetic, and helpful. Jesus was a person of humility, never seeking to elevate Himself above others. This student practices humility by listening to others, admitting her mistakes, and is willing to learn from others. Keep up your example of “Being Like Jesus!”
Lucas A - Grade 5
Lucas demonstrates the Student Learning Expectation “Be Like Jesus” by being kind and friendly to all his classmates and other students in school. He loves to volunteer around the classroom and improve his cursive handwriting.
Sheldon W - Grade 4
Following the teachings of Jesus, this student is a good role model of how we should show respect to others and embrace cultural differences. He participates and shares his ideas during our morning reflections and does not hesitate to help other classmates and teachers when needed. In a quiet and humble manner, he has done a wonderful job as class representative this year serving in our school community and showing others how to “Be Like Jesus”.
Jaedyn MR - Grade 3
Jaedyn is a wonderful friend to everyone in class. She exemplifies Being Like Jesus in the way she cares for her classmates and teacher. She gives her time, energy, and love to everyone, and if you know her, you’ll know that her energy can bring a bright smile to your face. Jaedyn, thank you for bringing joy and love to everyone you meet and bringing us all closer to Jesus with the kindness you share each day.
Austin CL - Grade 2
Austin is a quiet and respectful student who embodies the Student Learning Expectation Be Like Jesus. He prays quietly and sincerely, is kind to his classmates, and always strives to do his best academically.
Genesis E - Grade 1
Genesis is a polite, respectful, and hardworking student. She works conscientiously and diligently and always strives to do her best. She is always eager to learn and has excellent participation in class. She demonstrates the student learning expectation Be Like Jesus.
Jin Lucas L - Kindergarten
Lucas demonstrates the student learning expectation Be Like Jesus every day when he prays quietly and with sincerity. He is also kind and caring with his classmates. Lucas also has been trying very hard to complete his work with quality and to remain focused on his tasks throughout the day.
Charles R, Jr. - Preschool
Charles Jr. demonstrates the student learning expectation Be Like Jesus by caring for the needs of his classmates. He pays attention and recites the Hail Mary during rosary every afternoon attentively. He also tries his best to do activities with quality work.