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Fall 2020 Update from Mr. Paul Escala- Superintendent of ADLA Schools

June 17, 2020 by Susan Armendariz

Good morning Parents,

I pray this email finds you well and safe.

I write to share with you a letter received on Monday from Mr. Paul Escala, superintendent of schools, regarding the reopening of ADLA schools in the fall. Please note that we are awaiting the Starting the School Year Smart guidance document that we hope to receive by the end of this week. 

It is my prayer that this letter below from Mr. Paul Escala brings you all hope and reassurance that Nativity is working diligently in the planning of our reopening to ensure the safest environment possible for all members of our community. 

I look forward to meeting with you all today  to discuss this letter in further detail and to share with you all other important pieces of information that pertain to the start of the new year.

As always, thank you for choosing Nativity School to assist your child in his/her academic and spiritual growth.

God bless,
Mrs. Teresa Reynoso-Gonzalez, M.Ed.
Nativity School Principal 

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A Beacon of Hope in the Community

Since 1925, Nativity School has provided a place where learning and faith translate into HOPE and PROMISE.

A Safe and Nurturing Environment

The positive climate at Nativity fosters students’ attitude toward learning and facilitates their ability to develop wholesome relationships with one another.

A Tradition of Academic Excellence

Students are challenged with high academic standards using a comprehensive, inquiry-based curriculum.

Educating for Wholeness

Teachers at Nativity establish conditions that foster the religious, academic, aesthetic, social, and physical growth of students.