The faculty and staff were busy before the new school year started. Sixteen faculty and staff members were able to get their CPR and First Aid training during the summer. They were trained by Mrs. Rosanna Gomez-Martin.
Sean O'Conner, a firefighter and the emergency coordinator for the Colma Fire Protection District, also spent a day with the staff reviewing, finalizing and practicing the school's emergency plans and procedure.
Mrs. Catherine Fuerte, the school's technology coordinator, gave her yearly technology in-service. She talked about mobile learning and shared more tools that can be used to integrate technology in the classroom and in the school office.
Finally, to make sure the school year begins right, the faculty spent a day of prayers. Fr. Phillip Ganir, S.J., facilitated the retreat which focused on "contributing to the evangelizing mission of the church."
Adrian, 5th Grade
9/17/2013 06:01:06 am
This looks awesome! I see you doing CPR which looks cool! It is really interesting! I see a lot of teachers, practicing and learning how to do CPR.
Darren P Grade 5
9/17/2013 06:01:17 am
Holy Angels is a good place to go because they are trying so hard to take care of us, thank you very much. All of the 5th grade class loves you guys.
Ashley, 5th Grade
9/17/2013 06:02:56 am
The pictures I was just looking at makes me feel, that this is a great place to be at in "Holy Angels School" because it shows the teachers doing CPR, if something happens to us (the students.) Holy Angels is awesome!
Isaiah, 5th Grade
9/17/2013 06:04:34 am
The teachers worked very hard for the students so they could be safe. The teachers practiced CPR and different things for the students. They practiced everything so the students could be safe.
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