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Our Parents are the Facilitators

Principal Linda Guzman of St. Paul Dual Language Academy wrote in and told us how her teachers and the parents of her students are the true heroes during Distance Learning! From collaborating with Catholic organizations to make sure that they are providing quality experiences for...

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Ahead of the Curve

When asked by our public health officials to "Flatten the Curve", the Phantoms saw no problem at all. Knowing that the administrators and teachers who work for Catholic schools are constantly attempting to cultivate and grow the entire human, we knew that asking our partners...

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Prepared For Anything

Much like many of our Archdiocesan schools, St. Anthony of Padua school in Gardena quickly adapted after receiving news that their school site would be coming to a temporary close in one day, and just 4 days later, they were up and running with packets...

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#GivingTuesdayNow

Participating in #GivingTuesdayNow is about joining a global movement for generosity in this unprecedented time of need, and there are so many ways to do that. Whether you give your voice, goods, your time, or your money, being generous is a way to fight for the...

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Pioneer’s Lifelong Learners

San Gabriel Mission High School (SGMHS) is a Catholic All-Girls College-Preparatory institution that believes Remote Learning will prepare their students for the next step in their educational journey, as this hybrid type learning is becoming the popular way of instruction in higher education. The young...

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Coffee With CEF

We have crafted a special and unique opportunity that will allow us to see the incredible ways our schools are coming together to ensure that their students are continuing to learn, grow and excel in their studies.   This is a brand new reality we are in, and we are...

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Nativity Elementary Does it all!

"In the beginning, coping with school closure and the transition to distance learning was not easy for the Nativity community. We quickly began to miss one another. One way to keep our sense of community strong, was to have a virtual Safer at HomeSpirit Week. Each...

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Give Monthly

Dear Friends of CEF, Each year the great feast of Easter brings us the promise of joy in new life and the reminder of victory over adversity, suffering and evil through the Resurrection of Our Lord. In a similar manner, so many of our inner city...

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