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GRADUATION:
Special section

Tribute to the
Class of 2014

Congratulations
to graduates

In their own words

Bishop O'Dowd

Carondelet
High School

De La Salle
High School

Holy Names
High School

Moreau Catholic
High School

St. Elizabeth
High School

Salesian College
Preparatory

St. Joseph Notre
Dame High School

Bishop O'Dowd
student gets
perfect SAT score

4 students complete
almost 18,000 hours
as volunteers

Bequest funds scholarships for
two at SJND

De La Salle breaks
ground for $20M
Innovation Center

Holy Names
students bring technology
education to pupils

Celebrating a
garden, and
Catholic education

Helping others
knows no age limits
at St. Agnes

Our Lady of
Guadalupe School
celebrates its
50th anniversary

50th anniversary
of Salesian's first
graduating class

Support for
missing girls

Honoring Mary,
honoring mothers

Young kitchen
volunteer

Joy Through
Toys Walk

Singing for
the bishop

St. Isidore car wash

For city kids, city neighborhoods

College graduations work around, even embrace social media

 
placeholder June 9, 2014   •   VOL. 52, NO. 11   •   Oakland, CA

St. Isidore car wash
The Fourth Annual St. Isidore School Eighth Grade Car Wash raised more than $4,500 for the Natalie Giorgi Sunshine Foundation and Joshua's Journey of Hope Organization. Natalie Marie Giorgi, who had cousins, family and friends at St. Isidore died at the age of 13 from an allergic reaction to peanuts while on a family trip. The foundation was created to reduce dangerous food allergy deaths by spreading public awareness, providing education regarding emergency responses, and increasing the availability of epinephrine injectors in public places. Joshua, the cousin of a St. Isidore pupil, is a 7-year old boy diagnosed with Cystinosis, an extremely rare disease. The nonprofit organization supports research for improved treatments and a cure.
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