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St. Theresa School is accredited by the Western Catholic Education Association (WCEA) and is co-accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

Join us in fundraising!

The Challenge: 100 box tops by the 100th day of school (2/4/2015)
Clip them out and save them!
Ask your relatives, friends, and neighbors to help!
Any student bringing in 100 box tops (or more) by the 100th day of school will receive a
Any class collecting 1000 box tops (or more) by the 100th day of school will receive a
FREE DRESS PASS for each student!

Families with more than one student will receive credit in all classes.
(Turn in all box tops in one classroom with all students names/grades listed)

Parents! Check students' grades
by clicking the Gradelink icon.
If you have not received your password, please see your homeroom teacher. Thank you.

You can help raise much needed funds for our school by supporting the following programs. Please visit their sites and register!


St. Theresa School code: 3223 

The Schools of the DIocese of San Bernardino admit students of any sex, race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the respective schools. These schools do not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of their educational policies, admission policies, financial assistance, and athletic and other school administered programs.


St. Theresa School reflects a commitment to Catholic identity, traditions, and academic excellence for students in preschool through eighth grade. Students’ spiritual, moral, and character development is nurtured by providing a rigorous comprehensive curriculum grounded in the Catholic faith and Christian values.

Our partnership with parents, as primary educators, enhances the distinctive curriculum that is focused on preparing students to succeed as life-long learners with 21st century skills.  In collaboration with St. Theresa Parish as facilitators of ministry, all are committed to ensure that each student understands what it means to live faith, respect diversity, and recognize and use their talents as responsible citizens in stewardship to others and the world.

Sun, Jan 25 - Sat, Jan 31
Catholic Schools Week
Mon, Jan 26 - Fri, Jan 30
Scholastic Book Fair

Room 208
Open early! Come before and after school!
Students may visit during lunch too!
The Great Kindness Challenge
Great Kindness Challenge kick-off celebration - Help your student to perform as many acts of kindness as possible while choosing from a list of 50 suggestions. We will create a culture of kindness on our campus by increasing tolerance, unity, and respect for all. Join us by downloading the app or the worksheet in English or Spanish to track your progress.  How many kind deeds can you do in one week?
Thursday, January 29
Catholic Schools Week celebration: Wild Socks Day
Wear those wild socks you have always wanted to show off at school but couldn't. Today is the day!
School-wide Service Project:
12:15 PM - 12:45 PM
Each student should bring at least one pair of new, adult size crew socks. We will work together to decorate the soles with puffy paint to create a "non-skid" surface. Finished slippers will then be donated to local nursing homes. Donations of "puffy paint" and additional socks appreciated!
Friday, January 30
Minimum Day
Dismissal at 12:00 noon
School Event
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Annual Walk-a-thon. Please remember to send in your pledge and donation in support of their walk! Water stop helpers are needed. If you can help, please contact the office.PARENTS: If you plan to walk with your student, you MUST be fingerprinted, safe trained, and SIGNED UP on the sign up sheet outside your child's classroom. THANK YOU!
Friday, February 6
Minimum Day
Dismissal at 12:00 noon

Today, 1/29/2015
High: 63 Low: 48
Mostly cloudy
17% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 1/30/2015
High: 56 Low: 44
Chance rain showers
31% chance of precipitation.