This week, eighth grade students visited two amazing local organizations, Children’s Hunger Fund and the Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission, on their service trips.
Our students worked together to help feel the homeless and the hungry both in LA and around the world, demonstrating the school’s commitment to developing moral character and giving back to the community.
What a great experience for our students. Thanks to everyone who helped make these service trips such a success!
Student Vale R. created a website, Strings of Support (SOS), to provide happiness to senior citizens living in nursing homes during the pandemic, as they are especially impacted and isolated due to COVID-19.
At the outset of the coronavirus outbreak in early February, we interviewed Dr. Tyler Evans ’95, an infectious disease specialist working as Chief Medical Officer for the Santa Cruz County Health Service Agency.