The Living Rosary

Posted on Oct 30, 2017 in Living Rosary, SY 2017-2018 | 0 comments

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1st Quarter Parent Teacher Conference

Posted on Oct 22, 2017 in Parent Teacher Conference, SY 2017-2018 | Comments Off on 1st Quarter Parent Teacher Conference

October 20, 2017

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Sister Maria’s Feast Day/Birthday Celebration

Posted on Oct 22, 2017 in Feastday | Comments Off on Sister Maria’s Feast Day/Birthday Celebration

A special mass was held in the Petrie Gym in honor of Sister Maria Rosario Gaite’s Feast Day, which will be on the 25th. Sister Maria Rosario will be off island then so her SBCS family celebrated in advance today. Happy Feast Day, Sister Maria Rosario! We love you! 🎉#sbcslife

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Anti Bullying Presentation

Posted on Oct 20, 2017 in Anti-Bullying, SY 2017-2018 | Comments Off on Anti Bullying Presentation

The 8th grade class attended a presentation called “UnSelfie – Bullying, Cyber Bullying, Sexting Prevention”, presented by the Bullying Prevention Team of the Judiciary of Guam headed by Mrs. Joleen Respicio.

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Archbishop Byrnes visits Santa Barbara Catholic School

Posted on Oct 17, 2017 in Archbishop's Visit, Mercy Day, Mercy Week, News, Sisters of Mercy, SY 2017-2018 | Comments Off on Archbishop Byrnes visits Santa Barbara Catholic School

Mercy Day celebration at Santa Barbara Catholic School was made more special this year with a visit from Archbishop Michael Byrnes on Friday, Sept.  22.

The archbishop presided over the morning Mass held at Santa Barbara Catholic Church. Afterwards, he went on a tour of the school with Principal Sister Maria Rosario Gaite, RSM leading with the Sisters of Mercy Traveling Museum that showcased SBCS history from 1950.

Surprise performances from the K4 and sixth grade classes came next. He also stopped by the Art Room of Mr. Julius Cena and viewed student artworks and displays.

Archbishop Byrnes then visited the Ysrael Building which houses the Computer Lab and Science Lab. He even got his turn under the digital microscope!

Capping the visit was a luncheon with select SBCS eighth graders, faculty & staff where the SBCS Honor Choir serenaded everyone with their version of the classic “What a Wonderful World.” Students also had a chance to ask the archbishop questions which ranged from “Do you play any sports?” and “Who influenced you to be priest?” to what his views are on climate change – all of which he gamely answered.

Santa Barbara Catholic School’s Mercy Day celebration continued throughout the day as classes engaged in community outreach activities and visited the office of Sister Maria Rosario Gaite, RSM to personally greet her “Happy Mercy Day.”

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