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The health, safety, and well-being of all members of our SPSP family remain our top priority in providing a safe learning environment for the 2020-21 school year. We have been working closely with the San Bernardino Office of Catholic Schools (OCS) to prepare for the safe return to on-campus learning.
We are confident our school community is ready and capable of transitioning fluidly between distance learning and in-person instruction. We want to thank our SPSP families for their continued cooperation and understanding as we adjust to the frequent changes of the COVID-19 directives.
✔️ SPSP Reopening Plan (added 10/21)
✔️ Diocesan School Reopening Plan (added 10/21)
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) has a new blueprint for reducing COVID-19 in the state with revised criteria for loosening and tightening restrictions on activities. CDPH has directed schools to continue distance learning until the county (in which their school resides) is in Tiers 2-4. See below for details.
🔴 9/16 – OCS Fall Reopening Letter (English)
🔴 7/31 – OCS Fall Reopening Letter (English)
🔴 7/14 – OCS School Reopening Letter (English)
Help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by socializing only with your household members and practicing safety guidelines for frequent hand washing, social distancing, and the use of face coverings.
We provide a faith-based educational environment for all students. Our teachers facilitate and motivate students to take responsibility for their actions, their goals and their lives and strive to generate an enthusiasm for learning that promotes spiritual, social-emotional, intellectual and physical growth to prepare well-rounded citizens in our church and our society.
We educate students in our Catholic teachings, participate in community worship, and the sacraments. Our school promotes evangelization and service to the community by integrating these attributes in our curriculum. We also participate in a variety of community outreach programs, partnerships, and philanthropic activities throughout the year.
For over 25 years, St. Peter and St. Paul Catholic School has fostered partnerships with parents because we believe that a child’s primary educator is his/her parents. Our parents participate in their child’s school life by volunteering in the classroom, assisting with field trips, and contributing to the school’s curriculum and operation.
See Band or ClassDojo for details or meeting link.
WHERE FAITH MEETS ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE!
9135 Banyan Street, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737
Our Office/School will be CLOSED on the following days: