Yearbook ads are now on sale! You can purchase your ads now through March 22nd. Submit your artwork with the payment form to the Front Office, following all of the instructions printed on the form. Please note that no late submissions or incorrect entries will be accepted. As a reminder, full page advertisements are available for Eighth Grade students only. Stay ahead of the game and turn in your yearbook ad today!
Wednesday, March 15th, a Mandatory General Parent Meeting will take place at 7:00 PM in the Parish Hall. Dave Mock, our Consultative Board President, will be speaking along with our Principal, giving you important updates about the school and Summerfest.
Additionally, Sergeant Kelly Carpenter, of the city of Brea, will be discussing safety at our school. Scott Burnett, owner of Integrity Computer Concepts, will be speaking about “Parenting in a High Tech World”. His work with schools, law enforcement, and parents gives him a unique perspective on the many issues parents face concering ever-changing technology.
Financial Aid applications are currently being accepted for the 2017-2018 school year through the FACTs Grant and Aid application process. Applications and all required documents must be uploaded to FACTs by May 1st, 2017. Any financial aid application submitted without all required documents upload to FACTs by the May 1st, 2017 deadline will not be considered for financial aid. It takes a minimum of two weeks for FACTs to analyze applications and documents. In order to give families enough time to make enrollment decisions for the 2017-2018 school year based on financial aid awards, these dates will not be extended. Please plan accordingly and apply as soon as possible.
If you would like to honor a special friend, family member or the memory of a loved one, you may order a beautiful decorative plaque that will be installed on the new “Memory Wall” in the Prayer Garden. The brass plated plaques are 5″ by 11.5″ and are customized for your special message. You may place your order by completing a form and bringing it in to the Front Office with a check for $85 made out to St. Angela Merici Parish School. The deadline for submitting paperwork is March 15th. Create your own plaque for the Memory Wall today!
Boy Scout Troop 811 will be hosting a pancake breakfast in the Parish Hall this Sunday, March 12th from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM. It costs $6 for an individual, and $20 for a family of up to six people. Stop by and support Troop 811!
Extended Care now offers after school tennis classes! Beginning March 16th, tennis director William Higgins will be setting up courts on the blacktop and teaching students the fundamentals of tennis. The classes are sixty minutes in length and promote growth by rewarding students each time they gain a new skill. To register, visit the Higgins Tennis website.
There is still time to register for the Dino Robotics class! This after school program has changed its date to Monday’s. Every Monday beginning March 20th through May 22, children in grades Kindergarten through Fourth can build challenging robot models of dinosaurs. For more details about this program, visit their website!
All St. Angela Merici girls and their fathers are cordially invited to the Annual Father Daughter Dance, hosted by the St. Angela Merici Parish School Girl Scouts. On Saturday, March 25th, the dance will be held in the Parish Hall from 6:30-8:30 PM. Wear your favorite luau attire! Return your form and money to the Front Office by Thursday, March 16th. Make checks payable to
Sign up flyers are now available for Track and Field! You can now sign your child up in the Front Office, or download the flyer via Documents in Sycamore and turn it to the Front Office. Please have all forms and payment due to the Front Office by Wednesday, March 15th. Practices will begin on March 22nd.
If you have an questions, contact Jessica Haapala at moc.o1527408037ohay@1527408037aginu1527408037zmaci1527408037ssej1527408037" >moc.o1527408037ohay@1527408037aginu1527408037zmaci1527408037ssej1527408037 or (714) 514-6542.
The Scholastic Book Fair will be in our Library starting
Monday, February 20th and ending on Friday, February 24th. We will have a great selection of books for all reading levels! To preview some of the books that will be on sale, visit our school’s Scholastic Homepage.
Parents have the opportunity of volunteering in the Book Fair. Help is required in the processes of setting up and taking down the Fair, with many slots available for both. If you would like to volunteer, visit the Volunteer Homepage.