Teacher Appreciation Week at Guadalupe School

Friday, May 14, 2021 written by Jennie Kwok. COVID-19 has affected the overall dynamic of society—drastically changing all of our lives over the past year. Many individuals experienced an impact on relationships, activities, health, finances, and work. Difficulties that arose were quick and unexpected, especially for students and educators. The majority of our students who are […]

The Importance of Summer School for Guadalupe School

Friday, April 9, 2021 written by Jennie Kwok. Photo by Brooke F Scott Photography. The COVID-19 pandemic caused nationwide school closures in March 2020. Emerging evidence has shown us that the current situation is a harmful combination of learning loss through “summer brain drain” and “COVID-slide,” further increasing educational inequalities. Disadvantaged groups including single-parent households, […]

Women in Charge at Guadalupe School

Tuesday, March 30, 2021 written by Jennie Kwok. Throughout history, we have seen powerful and inspirational female figures advocate for women’s rights and equality—defying the odds and becoming accomplished in all aspects of life; whether it be science, technology, government, literature, math, art, sports, or medicine. Despite these achievements, we continue to be constrained by […]

Marathon Petroleum Brings New Beginnings to Guadalupe School

Friday, March 26, 2021 written by Jennie Kwok. Due to growing inequality in the neighborhoods surrounding Guadalupe School, most of our students are more vulnerable and less able to adapt to ongoing gentrification. This relocation of wealth, expensive housing, and prioritization of commerce is known for displacing longtime residents. It becomes increasingly difficult for these […]