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Dear Antonian Parents, 

Earlier this week, you should have received a letter from Ms. Marti West, Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of San Antonio, concerning plans to open Catholic schools for the 2020-2021 school year in light of the COVID-19 circumstances. Over the last few days, I have received inquiries about Antonian's specific plans for reopening in August. I wish I could tell you with absolute certainty, exactly what that reopening would look like. I have told our faculty and staff that dealing with this pandemic is a little like playing darts in the dark...and the dart board keeps moving.

So, here is what I can tell you:

We have every intention of beginning the school year with faculty and students fully on campus. Since schools closed in the spring, we have been preparing for the day Antonian would open for the 2020-2021 school year. Those plans require measures to allow for a seamless transition in and out of distance learning if required to meet the health concerns of the pandemic.

Antonian follows the guidelines of the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops Education Department (TCCB ED), which works closely with the office of Governor Greg Abbott and public health authorities. We are monitoring and following public health ordinances and civic direction. As the pandemic is an evolving situation, Antonian is preparing for multiple scenarios:

Full Return to Campus
It is our hope that Antonian will resume classes as normal -- 100% on campus. This would certainly be our first choice. This scenario would include entrance protocols and cleaning protocols.

Hybrid Model
If returning to school requires that we limit the number of students on campus in order to meet social distancing requirements, we will adopt a hybrid model. We are currently looking at a model where approximately 50% of our students -- freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors -- would be on campus each day. On the alternating days, students would be engaged in distance learning. In this model, students would attend classes in-person every other day.

This model would allow us to reduce class sizes by 50% and reduce students in the cafeteria by 50%. This scenario will include entrance protocols, cleaning directives, social distancing, high-quality instruction both in-person and online, providing socio-emotional support for students, and continuing to engage in the faith community. This plan would also provide the ability to serve students who are sick or have been exposed to the virus and subject to quarantine.

Distance Learning
If local authorities restrict schools from gathering in-person, Antonian will resume distance learning. This scenario includes delivering high-quality instruction online, and continuing to provide socio-emotional support to students, and maintaining the faith community.

Some parents have expressed a concern for vulnerable members of their family, prompting the request for the option of distance learning rather than a requirement for in-person attendance. We are working to provide this option.

Please feel free to share your thoughts and suggestions with us.

It's a great day to be an Apache!

Roll Tribe!

Tim Petersen
We pray that your summer has thus far been joyful. As we begin to look toward a new school year, below are a few things about which we will be sharing more with you in the coming week:

School Summer Hours & School Calendar Flynn O'Hara
Textbook List: 2020-2021 School Year School Shoes Unlimited
Textbook List: No Longer In Use New Student Orientation: Freshman/Transfers
Antonian Uniform and Textbook Resale MBS Direct
2019-2020 Report Cards Christian Community Service
2020-2021 Course Listings Health Coordinator: Physicals

There are still a few students who have Antonian-owned property such as library books, Chromebooks, and athletic uniforms outstanding. It is imperative that, for inventory purposes, we receive these items as soon as possible. Mrs. Hernandez, our Librarian, will be available each Wednesday morning during the month of June to receive items. If your child has an item, please make every effort to return it. 
Click here to view the  Antonian Business Directory of Antonian family-owned businesses. Please note new submissions will be posted every Friday. Support our community. Shop local, shop Antonian!
Rank One is the platform for all Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) compliance paperwork. This system is used for all students who participate in TAPPS-sanctioned athletic, fine arts, and/or academic competitions. As a result, all parents of students participating in these related organizations must register their child's information before the student can participate. 

Forms for the 2020-2021 school year are now available on Rank One. Information for all Antonian students has been preloaded.  Please click this  link   to follow instructions to complete registration for your required parent portal.

Once you have created your parent portal login, you will need to enter your child's birth date (MM/DD/YYYY) to link with their account. Please continue to "Start Forms." Initially, you will see that your child(ren) will be out of compliance. Click the grey "VIEW" box next to your child's name in order to complete the required forms. Only complete the section that reads "Electronic Documents to be submitted by the parent." 

For a detailed step-by-step list of instructions please click here. If you have any questions please reach out to our Athletic Trainer, Coach Pelagio Halaba, at 
2020 AP exam scores will be available to access beginning July 15, 2020. The day the students will access their AP scores is based on physical location. Scores are released at 8:00 a.m. (ET) each day.

Click this link to access your child's scores. You will need your College Board account username and password in order to access the information. 
Summer Job Opportunity

School Shoes Unlimited has several summer positions open and is currently accepting applications. If your child is interested, please have them contact School Shoes Unlimited. 

School Shoes Unlimited will be 
re-opening on June 15, 2020. They will be offering a re-opening special discount of 20% on all purchases made between June 15th - 30th. 
Click here to read their COVID-19 response methods along with shoe pricing and options. 

School Shoes Unlimited 
2019 Vance Jackson
San Antonio, Texas 78213 
(210) 734-9003

Each year, Antonian hosts a used uniform and textbook sale.
The proceeds of any items sold by Antonian go to the Campus Ministry department to help defray costs of the IHS and Kairos off-campus retreats, helping to keep retreats as affordable as possible. 

The inventory for these sales come from the generosity of families who have uniforms that are in good condition, but no longer needed (e.g., seniors' uniforms, outgrown items) and textbooks which families don't wish to return in buyback or sell at the textbook sale themselves. 

These items can be brought to our Director of Campus Ministry, Megan Diaz, every Tuesday from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. through the end of June.

Please ensure that any uniforms to be donated are clean when donating them.
Our uniform provider Flynn O'Hara has provided us with some important information regarding its plan for the purchase of uniforms.You can click here to read the plans for Summer 2020 and click the flyer below to sign up to receive their newsletters directly. 

Summer Job Opportunity

Flynn O'Hara is in search of outgoing and hardworking summer retail employees. 

Visit us online:

New!! Information regarding Grant & Aid Applications for Tuition Assistance
Antonian's Financial Assistance Selection Committee has made their first round award selections.  Families awarded will be contacted via email by the end of next week (June 19th).  
NEW!!  Parents of Incoming Freshman (Class of 2024)
Welcome to Antonian!  If your child has earned valedictorian or salutatorian honors at his or her middle school, please provide validating documentation to Mrs. Rosenfeld, our Director of Admissions.  Documentation can include a copy of a certificate, plaque, or school program indicating such and can be emailed to her at .  Once documentation has been received, our Business Office team will post the valedictorian or salutatorian credit to your tuition account.  

If your child has been awarded a graduating scholarship from a club or organization at your middle school, please have the club, organization, or school remit the scholarship funds directly to our Business Office on your behalf.  Once we receive the scholarship funds, our Business Office team will post the credit to your tuition account.

Should you have any questions, please contact our business office during our summer hours of Monday - Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Our business office team can also be reached via email at the emails noted below.
Families helping Families COVID-19 Financial Assistance
A million thanks to the families, staff, alumni and friends that have donated to our Families Helping Families campaign to aid with financial assistance during COVID-19.  Through your generosity we have helped over 30 families that were directly impacted by this pandemic with either a reduction in wages or loss of jobs all together.  It is amazing to see the out-pour of support & love for our Antonian families by other Antonian families!  

We continue to work with families that have been directly impacted financially by this pandemic.  The campaign remains active and will continue throughout the summer to assist families in the fall, if the need arises.  If you are blessed and in a position to donate to the Families Helping Families campaign, we kindly ask for your continued support.  Many thanks!

Reenrollment Fees for 2020-2021
If for some reason, your re enrollment payment did not process successfully on April 27th, a Business Office team member will be contacting you.  Please keep in mind that delayed fees may impact next year's course selection schedules.

NEW!!  Business Office summer hours will be Monday - Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  Our team can also be reached via email:
As always, we are here to assist you in any way we can. You and your family remain in our prayers. 


We invite you to click here or on the image above to submit your prayer request. 

  • Rising senior Julian Casanova's mother passed away this week. We offer our deepest c ondolences and prayers to the family for  Esmerelda Casanova.

    Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest  in peace. Amen.
  • We pray for healing change in our nation -- that love may be at the forefront of all that we say and do. 
  • We pray for the safety of all our students and especially our recent graduates. We pray as they navigate this new chapter -- that they use the teachings of Jesus Christ to lead them accordingly. 
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