COVID-19 Update
Good evening families. It is with great caution and care that we are following our neighboring school communities and closing tomorrow immediately, March 16. We will also not have the Parent Meeting tomorrow. Our intention was to have students in class tomorrow to orient them in the process of Remote Teaching and Distance Learning. The Parent Meeting at 6 pm was to provide you information, direction and assure you that we are working diligently for you and your students during this difficult time. We care about our school families and want help provide you stability. We will provide you with student work and activities along with student iPads for pick up tomorrow from 12pm to 4pm. Please make arrangements with your teacher if you need another specified time for pick up. We want to hand of these materials efficiently and safely but our teachers are available to provide directions too. On Fridays we ask you to deliver completed work and pick up the next work from 3 to 6 pm, please make appointment with your teachers. We have been vigilant about the direction that crisis has take along your patience is greatly appreciated. Please check in with each other to make sure that we all receive this message. Let us pray for God's blessing and care during this process.

 
Buenas tardes familias. Con gran precaución y cuidado estamos siguiendo a nuestras comunidades escolares vecinas y cerrando mañana inmediatamente, 16 de marzo. Tampoco tendremos la reunión de padres mañana. Nuestra intención era tener estudiantes en clase mañana para orientarlos en el proceso de enseñanza remota y aprendizaje a distancia. La reunión de padres a las 6 pm fue para brindarle información, dirección y asegurarle que estamos trabajando diligentemente para usted y sus estudiantes durante este momento difícil. Nos preocupamos por nuestras familias escolares y queremos ayuda para brindarle estabilidad. Le proporcionaremos el trabajo y las actividades de los estudiantes junto con los iPads para que los recojan mañana de 12 p.m. a 4 p.m. Haga arreglos con su maestro si necesita otro horario específico para recogerlo. Queremos entregar estos materiales de manera eficiente y segura, pero nuestros maestros también están disponibles para brindar instrucciones. Los viernes le pedimos que entregue el trabajo completado y recoja el siguiente trabajo de 3 a 6 pm, haga una cita con sus maestros.Hemos estado atentos a la dirección que la crisis ha llevado a lo largo de su paciencia es muy apreciada. Comuníquese entre sí para asegurarse de que todos recibamos este mensaje. Oremos por la bendición y el cuidado de Dios durante este proceso.

Events and Activities

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Mass

8:00 am
Jun 2
Jun 3
            Thank you for taking the time to consider investing in our students! Your sponsorship through our Adopt a Saint donation program helps us to serve all students who join our school community by helping bridge the gaps between what families can afford and the revenue generated by full tuition payments. Your generosity can help us to alleviate the revenue shortfall created when someone cannot afford tuition on their own. This in turn helps us become more financially stable and continue our mission to educate students. La Purisima Concepcion Catholic School strives to instill a love of learning and support character growth rooted in the Gospel in order to help create a better world for the future.
 
            Together we can make Catholic education a reality for students wanting to be part of the Saints family. You can make a one-time donation, sign up to make monthly donations or donate tuition for a student (Saint) for one year.  Tuition for one child is $360.00 a month.   No matter how big or how small, your support makes a difference to our students. Together we are better!
 
            May God bless you generously as you are blessing us.

 

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La Purisima Concepcion Catholic School

219 W Olive Ave.
Lompoc, CA   93436
t. 805-736-6210
lpsoffice@lapurisimaschool.org

Important Announcement!

The C3 Ignite! iPads are here. The Sprint Support Team has assisted our school in assigning iPads to students and syncing apps that will be part of our students’ educational program. Please note that a new Acceptable Use Policy needs to be signed and returned! Students are now able to use their iPad in the classroom. iPads will go home after Easter Break.

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La Purísima Concepcion Catholic School History On December 8, 1956, two Sisters of Nazareth left Paris, France for the long journey to Lompoc to aid in the establishment of the parish's elementary school - La Purísima. The Sisters interrupted their voyage with a pilgrimage to the shrine of the Immaculate Conception at Rue du Bac and then after a stormy passage on the Atlantic, arrived in New York City.

The hearty welcome received in Lompoc made them feel at home right away. On December 15, two corner stones of what would become the La Purísima Convent were in place.The Sisters busied themselves teaching Catechism classes while watching the new school being built. In addition, they became acquainted with their new environment and worked to meet the California teaching requirements.

In May, 1957, a third Sister joined the original Teacher and by September, 1957 the school was ready to start with five grades, three Sisters and two lay Teacher forming the staff.Each year ensuing, the staff was enlarged by another Sister of Nazareth and a third lay Classroom Teacher was added. In September of 1959, the school was filled to capacity with 400 students in eight classrooms. In June, 1960, the Parish was proud to enjoy the first graduation from La Purísima School.

 
 
La Purísima Concepción Catholic School is accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA). WCEA accredits Catholic elementary and secondary schools in nine western states and the US Territory of Guam. WCEA co-accredits and is in partnership with three Regional agencies (WASC, NAAS, NCACSI) and two private agencies (CAIS and HAIS). WCEA began in 1957 in San Francisco and has a long and successful history of assisting school improvement through the accreditation process.