Catholic Schools Week Activities

It is time to celebrate Catholic Schools Week and be proud of our catholic schools!!!


1.  Permission Slips due for Tuesday (Grades 3,4,5,6,7)-  Permission Slips Attached

3rd and 4th-

5th and 6th-

7th and 8th-

ARC Team-

Student Council-

Green Team (This is an extra permission slip)

2.  Career Day- If you are interested to volunteer to speak to our students, please contact Mrs. Halliday

3.  Taco Man Friday- All money and forms are due Wednesday for $5.00 plates

4.  Washington DC Raffle tickets and money are due FRIDAY!!

5. Talent Show Friday- Sign up by Wednesday.. Click HERE


Monday, January 30th, 2017

Faith, Knowledge and Service: Celebrating Our Students

Dres Code- ALL Students in casual dress


Daily Activities

10:00-10:35- All recess with treat for students 

12:00-1:00 All Lunch  (Play from 12:00-12:40. Eat 12:40-1:00)

1:15  Spirit Rally in the gym

• No Practice/Prep tonight


Tuesday January 31st, 2017

Faith, Knowledge and Service: Our Community Matters

Dress Code for Students-  Regular Uniform

$1 donation to Catholic Charities to earn a free dress pass for the day

Showing our thank you’s to our own community…

8:00 am Eucharist

9:00 am  


TK/Kinder- Rectory

1st/2nd Grade- Church

3rd/4th Grade- Boys/Girls Club (permission slips)

**5th/6th Grade- Museum (permission slips)

**ARC Team- Fire Station- (permission slips)

7th/8th Grade- Community Center  (permission slips)

**Student Council- Civic Center (permission slips and drivers)

Community Center tour for Student Council

Green Team- 12-2:30 Clean up at Park

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

Faith, Knowledge and Service: Celebrate our Nation


Dress Code for Students- Wear Red, White and Blue (Free Dress)

Brea City Mayor will be on our afternoon broadcast to deliver a message… 


Lunch Activity- 11:45-12:45- All Lunch with Nation Ball Tournament

Red Cows for Sale at Lunch Recess (Ice Cream with Strawberry Soda)  $1


Thursday, February 2nd, 2017

Faith, Knowledge and Service: Celebrate our Vocations

Dress Code for Students- What would you like to be when you grow up?


Career Day- Thank you to those parents who have signed up to come speak to our students.  If you are still interested, please contact Mrs. Halliday

8:20-9:20  5th-8th  (Hall)


10:30-11:30  1st-4th (Hall)

TK/K in Kinder Room



Friday, February 3rd, 2017

Faith, Knowledge and Service: Celebrating our Faculty, Staff and Volunteers

Dress Code for Students- All students who were present at Open House in their formal attire recieved a jean day pass.  Students may use their Jean Day pass with any SAM shirt (NO free dress pass may be used for this day, ONLY jean day passes from Open House) ALL students who were in the golf tournament may wear jeans and SAM shirt.



Donuts with Dad-  

Your St. Angela Merici child would like to honor the Dad or fatherly figure in their life by inviting you to our annual Donuts with Dad! Dads are invited to spend time with their child before school starts and have a few special moments as your they thank you for being the incredible father that you are! We will be hosting Donuts with Dad in the Parish Hall from 7:20 to 8:00 AM. Please arrive on time as this event will conclude as soon as school begins at 8:00 AM.



All lunch from 12:00-1:00- Taco Man– Money and Orders due February 1st

Talent Show-1:00 at the Boys/Girls Club Gym- Sign ups HERE

Casino Night- 


As a member of the Casino Night committee, I’d like to invite you to an evening of good fun and fellowship at the Annual St. Angela Merici Parish School Casino Night and Poker Tournament on Friday, February 3 in the Parish Hall.  We’ll have several casino tables (craps, blackjack, roulette) with opportunities to win great prizes as well as a live No-Limit Hold Em poker tournament!  The $10,000 raffle drawing for the 8th grade Washington D.C. Trip will also happen toward the end of the evening.  This year’s event will also include a DJ, dancing and VIP lounge area. 


Entry for the poker tournament are $60, while entry for casino games is $40.  All entries include a great Mexican Taco Bar dinner, and a no-host bar.  Check-in and dinner begin at 6pm with the poker tournament and casino games to follow at 7pm.  If you’re unfortunate to bust out of the poker tournament, you’re welcome to come over to the Casino and try your luck for casino prizes or dance the night away.  It’s all about having a great time while supporting our school.



Tickets can be purchased at the front office, or from anyone on the Casino Night committee.  


Field Trip Form.pdf