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Holy Spirit Parish School is a Catholic community which recognizes the dignity of all its members and bases its philosophy on the educational mission of the Roman Catholic Church and to teach as Jesus did.

The school provides students transitional kindergarten through eighth grade with a diverse, well-rounded curriculum, modeled by the teaching of Jesus through the values, traditions, philosophies and practices of the Roman Catholic Church.

We believe our school exists to nurture lives of faith rooted in Christ and to provide our students with the knowledge, understanding and skills they will need for the future.

Schoolwide Learning Expectations

B

Be the light of Jesus

E

Everyone is a child of God

A

Active thinkers and learners

R

Respect and responsibility

S

Service to others

Mission Statement

Holy Spirit Parish School, established in 1947 as an educational ministry of Holy Spirit Parish, was administered by the Sisters of Mercy until 1999. The school provides students in grades Transitional kindergarten through eight with a diverse, well-rounded curriculum, modeled by the teachings of Jesus through the values, traditions, philosophies and practices of the Roman Catholic Church. The school cultivates academic excellence, lifelong learning, and Christ-like leadership with a passion for peace, justice and service. Its curriculum provides spiritual, intellectual, physical, moral and emotional growth in a liturgically rich environment.

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Events

All Events

Oct 25
Professional Development Day
Nov 05
End of Trimester 1
Nov 05
5:30 PM - 11:30 PM
Auction and Gala Dinner
Nov 11
Veterans’ Day Holiday Observed

COVID-19 Safety Plan (CSP)

Under updated state guidance for schools, all schools must complete and post to their website homepages a COVID-19 Safety Plan (CSP), described below in COVID19 Safety Plan for In-person Instruction section (page 10) prior to reopening for in-person instruction. Schools that have already reopened are required to post their CSPs by February 1, 2021. The CSP is intended to consolidate requirements to develop written plans pursuant to CDPH guidance first issued in May 2020 and the Cal/OSHA Emergency Temporary Standards finalized in November 2020. You can find our CSP at: www.scd.org/2021schools

Return To School Plan:
COVID-19 Protocols
Covid-19 Covid-19 Diocesan Resources

Meet our Staff

Raphael Domingo Principal rdomingo@hs-ps.com
Seymour Morgan School Counselor smorgan@hs-ps.com
Jane Dolcini Administrative Assistant jdolcini@hs-ps.com

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