May 31, 2019

2018-19 school year: Complete!
Have a great summer!  

Congratulations, graduates!
Video of ceremony, speeches, and photos on t he Graduation Page  
Newsletters during summer

During the summer, this newsletter will be sent every few weeks with any updates and necessary reminders. You can find an archive of all newsletters on the Publications webpage.
2019-20 Academic Calendar

The 2019-20 Academic Calendar is available  online. 

The online link will always be the most current version and we encourage you to check it and the website's calendar for the latest updates.
Summer@Carondelet High School courses

If you plan to take Advancement, AP Bridge, or Remediation courses at Carondelet during the summer, be sure to register for classes as soon as possible.  Most courses begin Monday, June 10.  Course Info & Registration

Summer@Carondelet Sports Camps

Middle school aged girls and boys are invited to join the Cougars coaches for energetic camps in every varsity sport! 

- For girls and boys
3rd grade to 9th grade
28 camps in 13 sports
3- and 4-day camps in June, July, and August

Get in the game this summer at our Sports Camps!  Info & Register here

Carondelet Shuttle - Fall 2019

Registration for the morning shuttle from the Tri-Valley area is now available!

3 pickup locations each morning: Livermore, Pleasanton, and Danville. 

Semester-long registration is open now for $500 for Carondelet students and DLS siblings. 

Sign up today and we'll get you to school each morning!  

Summer Sale - Mills Uniform

Mills Uniform's 2019 Summer Sale begins June 8. Mark your calendar and save on new uniform items.
10% off everything; +25% off Clearance items; and free shipping on orders $75+ placed during the sale.

Pop-up Summer Store in the East Bay info to be announced soon.
Trip to France 

Earlier this year, during Easter Break, Carondelet students embarked on an exhilarating journey of culture, language and history through Northern  France
Paris, beautiful as ever under exceptionally clement skies, enchanted our students with its Eiffel Tower by night and its Musée du Louvre treasures by day. After visiting the magnificent château de Versailles and its expansive gardens, we headed to La Cathédrale de Chartres and reached it just in time to be treated to organ music in celebration of Easter. 

After visiting more opulent castles, we reached the legendary Mont. St. Michel and climbed atop to visit its monastery and admire the surrounding view. As the skies laden with dark clouds settled over us, we paid homage to our WWII D-Day fallen heroes at the American Cemetery overlooking Omaha Beach. We spent our last two days walking through beautiful Parisian neighborhoods enjoying the many sights, sounds and smells of this enchanted city.

If you are interested in potential future trips to France, please contact Ms. Nadine Amaerlo, Modern Language Dept. Chair.
STEM Trip to Switzerland and Germany 2020 

Ms. Levesque and Mrs. Schooler are planning another STEM trip to Switzerland and Germany from April 2 - 10, 2020.
As the world becomes more connected, it is important to increase our global perspective and cultural awareness so we reflect a greater worldview to our students. The "Discovering STEM in Switzerland and Germany" program we chose begins in Lucerne and visits Freiburg, Munich, Zurich, Vauban and Salzburg. 

To register for this trip  click here . A $200 deposit will lock in the price. Space is limited! If you have any questions or would like to hear what this year's participants thought of the trip please email Mrs. Schooler ( ).   

Senior Shirts & Sweatshirts

Sweatshirts and T's for the class of 2020 are available for purchase now! Order your swag before June 30. 
Athletics physicals

The Athletics Department is not accepting registration through SportsWare at this time.  Parents will receive notification this summer about sports registration for next school year, as we will be changing the process for the upcoming athletics season. Please keep a copy of your daughter's physical. You will need to upload the physical form at a later date. 

Thank you for your cooperation, Emily Silva, Athletic Trainer.
Physicals and concussion screening

Muir Orthopaedic Specialists will host an athlete pre-participation evaluation and baseline concussion screening for the upcoming school year.

Saturday, July 27
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
2625 Shadelands Drive, Walnut Creek
$30 fee, registration is required.

Summer service opportunities

Interested in a summer service opportunity? Several community organizations are in need of our help! 

Find out more about all volunteer opportunities and how to sign up. 

There are summer service opportunities available with the following organizations: 
Walnut Creek & Ygnacio Valley Libraries 
Contra Costa Interfaith Housing Summer Camp 
Aegis of Pleasant Hill 
White Pony Express 
Rodgers Ranch Heritage Center Summer Camps 

PowerSchool will reopen Tues. June 4

The  PowerSchool  Portal closed on Friday at 8:00 a.m. Students and Parents will not have access to  PowerSchool  grades until the portal opens on Tuesday, June 4. This will allow teachers and students to focus on Final Exams during this period. Please discuss any questions or concerns about grades with teachers, prior to the portal closing.

As a reminder, Schoology will not be closing. You will have continued access to your coursework on Schoology.

Any questions or concerns about  PowerSchool  access can be directed to Mrs. Katie Almonte at .
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As a reminder, this will ONLY add you to our E-Newsletter distribution list; it will not update any of your information in PowerSchool. For PowerSchool updates, please contact Ms. Katie Almonte, Data Analyst.