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Second-happiest place

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placeholder January 20, 2014   •   VOL. 52, NO. 2   •   Oakland, CA
Second-happiest place

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First-graders Everett Aishiteru and Lilly Sandoval Sullivan share a hug at St. Paul School in San Pablo. St. Paul School — the second-happiest place on earth — is committed to impart through instruction and example, the truths of the Christian faith as found in the Roman Catholic tradition. We are blessed with amazing teachers and staff who provide an academic rigorous curriculum and learning environment that enables students to achieve their learning potential and become responsible individuals in our Church and society. We provide relevant and enriched learning experiences in and outside the school and as part of our extended learning day to help students become confident and competent individuals who live within their community with integrity and faith. We recognize and celebrate the cultural diversity unique to our school, encouraging students to develop attitudes of mutual respect and understanding.

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