St. Irenaeus Parish School submitted a waiver through the Diocese of Orange for in-person instruction. Our school is open for either in-person instruction or distance learning at this time. Click on the headline to review the Covid-19 Safety Plan, the Diocesan CPP, the School Guidance Checklist, to view the waiver, and to visit the California Department of Public Health website.
News & Announcements
Click on the headline above to view a few words spoken by Mrs. Stella Costello, our Interim Principal, during our Information Night in February.
St. Irenaeus teachers are committed to learning, believing, and serving together safely. We would like to invite you into our classrooms. Please click on the headline above to view our Vimeo page.
Here's a quick video from our students, teachers, and pastor regarding St. Irenaeus Parish School. Please click on on the headline to view the video.
St. Irenaeus students meet or exceed the California standards in the areas of English/Language Arts and Mathematics. Click on the headline, "St. Irenaeus Students Exceed California Standards," to see the attachment.
Standards for all school workers regarding interaction with youth. (AB500)
St. Irenaeus students are looking forward to our annual Color Run scheduled for Friday, March 1, 2019. Students have been collecting donations for a few weeks now. All proceeds will go towards funding school enrichment programs, field trips, and additional technological equipment. If you'd like to help, contact a St. Irenaeus student for more information.
For the month of March, St. Irenaeus Parish School is the the featured school on the diocese's Catholic schools website. You can read the story by going to www.occatholicschools.org, or by clicking on the headline above. Go Eagles!
Please bring your plastic water bottles and aluminum cans on Tuesday, November 28 between 7:15am-8:30am. Drop-off will be located behind the Ed. Bldg. All proceeds will go towards Fr. Rudy's Maaglo Project which helps provide clean water to communities outside of Ghana. The program also supplies lunches and school supplies to school children in Ghana.
Next week we celebrate Red Ribbon Week, and our students will have different themes each day. For example, Monday is Backwards/Inside Out Day because "Drugs are bad, so turn away from them." Wednesday is "Team up Against Drugs," and students can wear sports attire. It's going to be a fun week!