Dear St. John Fisher students and families, It has been a great honor and blessing to have taught your children for the past 14 years. I knew from the moment I had found a second family, and that SJF was a very special place. I have worn many hats over
Mother’s Day is a busy time here at St. John Fisher School. From Transitional Kindergarten to 8th grade, each students prepared a special gift to their mother. Here are just a few examples on how mom was honored by our students.
In a class of twenty-three, seventeen students applied to Bishop Montgomery High School, three students applied to Loyola High School of Los Angeles, and one student applied to Rolling Hills Preparatory Academy. We are proud to report that every
St. John Fisher School has a lab dedicated to computers and technology. All classes TK through 8th grade have computer class twice a week. Young students in TK and Kindergarten learn how to use a desktop computer and mouse.
In November, Fifth grade enjoyed a week full of fun football related activities in preparation to their visit at SoFi Stadium. The Fifth grade classroom was completely transformed into a football stadium, complete with fans, a turf field, and games. The idea behind
The benefits of having physical activity for memory retention and focus are of great importance for children at school, especially during stressful periods. The same can be said for the positive interactions of social-emotional learning
Fourth grade has been busy researching the 21 missions of California. Students selected a mission to visit and research. Students then wrote a paper on their chosen mission. 4th grade then had a mission building day where each group brought supplies and as a team built
The Ara Coeli Mass has become a St. John Fisher School tradition put on every Christmas Eve during the 6 pm Mass by the second grade class. This Mass is named for an ancient church and shrine of the Blessed Virgin
1st Grade read the story called Martin Luther King, Jr’s BIG words. We then had a discussion on their importance and why we have every 3rd Monday in January off. Afterwards, students shared about