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Schools are vital part of Church's mission

New standards lead
to acheivement

National standards offer criteria for
school excellence

From students to students, with love

Business
partnerships
further mission at
Berkeley school

De La Salle football turns a page in its storied playbook

Saints project a gift
to the neighborhood

A dream goes up
at St. Jarlath

Chaplain brings spiritual presence

School arts festival
set for Feb. 24

Puppet show
teaches pupils

Saint Mary's
students hit the road
in Enrichment Week

Apply for tuition assistance

SJND students give back in the community

Bringing Barcelona
into the classroom

Salesian announces
1-to-1 iPad Program

Players, coaches
give back to
Gridley students

Focus on faith
at St. Clement

Students learn
about peace

St. Francis pupils
help out

Holy Names singers

St. Elizabeth
scholarships
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Family-like
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Roundup of student sports, volunteer and learning efforts

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placeholder  January 21, 2013   •   VOL. 51, NO. 2   •   Oakland, CA

Salesian High students mentor pupils in the Central Valley.
Courtesy photo

Players, coaches give back to Gridley students

For the eighth year, the Salesian High School boys' basketball team participated in the Gridley Invitational Basketball Tournament. Since 1953, the GIBT has played host to many Northern California high school teams. The tournament is well known for its hospitality and strong community involvement. In fact, the Central Valley city of Gridley is known as "[the] small town that loves company."

This year, appreciative Salesian players looked to give back to the generous Gridley community. Salesian players and coaches took an afternoon off from basketball and books to spend some time with the young students at Wilson Elementary School. The Pride played sports games with the children, signed autographs and talked with the youngsters about the importance of good study habits.

 
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