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Thank you for your interest in San Vicente Catholic School (SVCS). We have been blessed with the privilege of serving students from Pre-K3 through 8th grade.

 We encourage you to explore our site and see why SVCS has been the school of choice for generations.

 If you plan to enroll your child at San Vicente Catholic School for School Year 2015 – 2016,   carefully read, review, and complete the enclosed forms.

ADMISSIONS CRITERIA:

  • Returning students must be cleared of all tuition fees  prior to registration.
  • A copy of Legal court documents for students under the care of a third party other than the parents.
  • A child must be 3 years old by October 31st of the school year to be admitted to Pre-Kindergarten 3 and must be fully potty-trained.
  • A child must be 5 years old by December 31st of the school year to be admitted to Kindergarten.

 To obtain a complete copy of the Registration Packet, click here:  SY1516_Registration Packet

 For additional inquiries, please click here.

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During the 1st Sunday of Advent, November 30, 2014, the universal church celebrates a year dedicated to consecrated life.  If you are interested in becoming a School Sister of Notre Dame, please contact San Vicente Catholic School at 735-4240/3.

 Point of Contact:

 Sister Joseph Ann Quinene

Sister Mary Joseph Quichocho

Sister Paulina Raymond

Sister Lourdes Pangelinan

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San Vicente Catholic School is taking proactive steps to stop and prevent bullying by adopting the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program.  This research-based schoolwide “systems-change” program has been used successfully in schools all over the country and around the world with positive results.

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This program is not a curriculum that students participate in for only a few weeks. Rather, it is a coordinated effort by all the adults in the school to supervise and intervene when any bullying happens. As part of the program, students participate in weekly class meetings to learn about the effects of bullying, what they can do about it, and how they can work with adults at school to put a stop to it even as bystanders.  Parents will have meetings, too, so they can support the messages students are getting in school.

The faculty and staff of San Vicente Catholic School affirms and confirms that this kind of program will help change our whole school climate to make our environment a safer and more positive place to be and to learn.

We, here at San Vicente Catholic School are committed to work together as a school faith community to create a safe and caring environment for our students entrusted to our care.  In doing so, we are also helping the rest of our children on our island to have that same environment because all we do is for the common good of all.

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For more information about the program and/or ways to become involved, contact:

Sister Joseph Ann Quinene,SSND, Principal; Sister LouPangelinan,SSND, Coordinator and Ms. Gabby Aguon, Assistant Coordinator at 735-4240/735-4247

1. Go to www.renweb.com.

2. Under the “LOGINS” tab at the right of the page, click on “ParentsWeb Login”.

3. Under the login section, click the underlined text, “Create New ParentsWeb Account”.

4. Enter the required District Code: SVCS-GUAM

5. Enter your email address (Same email as listed in your registration form).

6. Click on “Create Account”. This message will appear in blue text: An email has been sent to example@gmail.com. Please check the email and click link provided to gain access to page where you can create your username and password. For security purpose that link will only be active for 6 hours.

7. Follow instructions in Step #6 and log in with your new password.

Shalom is the term used to describe the Schools Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND) international network for justice, peace, and integrity of creation. Shalom is the Hebrew word for Peace and implies restoring all things to their right order or original integrity.  More than 3,500 sisters, associates, and friends of SSND across five continents make up the Shalom Network.

 Aligned with the goals of the Shalom Network, San Vicente Catholic School takes action that lead to:

  • reconciliation,
  • solidarity with the oppressed,
  • the promotion of human dignity, and
  • collaboration with ecological movements to safeguard Earth.

Learn more about how we actively promote the culture of life through Shalom.

UNITED NATIONS DAY

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 San Vicente Catholic School celebrated United Nations Day in October, 2014.  The school held a prayer service  and reflected on peace in the world through music and dance.

CANNED FOOD DRIVE

Canned Food Drive

In the Season of Giving  and Sharing, San Vicente Catholic School  coordinated a canned food drive for Kamalin Karidat, Catholic Social Services and for needy families.

SALVATION ARMY MONETARY DONATION

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In accordance with the school’s mission and philosophy, the SVCS Student Council or StuCo made a monetary donation to the Salvation Army Corporation to assist with the needs of the many families struggling to feed themselves or meet their basic needs.

International Day of Peace

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Peace Prayer (Individual)

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On September 19, 2014, the students, faculty, staff, and friends of San Vicente Catholic School, gathered in solidarity in observance of  the Annual International Day of Peace to pray for global ceasefire and non-violence.  Everyone prepared a “peace heart” that holds each one’s idea of how he/she can be a Peace Maker throughout the school year. The Peace Boxes are sent to the respective classrooms and offices for safe keeping and a constant reminder of each one’s  promise and commitment to peace.

 

Welcome to the San Vicente Catholic School family and our official website!

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Here at San Vicente Catholic School, we are proud of each and every one of our students. Our school family fosters an environment of trust, in which all can experience mutual respect, reverence for each person and cooperation. Upon entering our school, visitors are welcomed by friendly faces and a nurturing environment in which students are challenged to do their best, both in academics and extra-curricular activities.

As you view our website, you will undoubtedly witness our lived mission. You will see that with faith formation at the heart of all we do, our academic, athletic, and spiritual programs flourish, where students grow in body, mind and spirit.

We invite you to learn more about San Vicente Catholic School. It is truly the students, the parents, the faculty, the staff and the administration working together that keeps the San Vicente School spirit vibrant and dynamic.

Thank you for taking the time to get to know us.

In Christ Jesus, Sister Joseph Ann Quinene, SSND Principal

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