San Gabriel Mission Elementary School

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Mission Masquerade Casino Night

San Gabriel Mission Elementary's spring fundraiser, Mission Masquerade Casino Night, was a huge success! Held at the Historic Grapevine Arbor, over 300 attendees enjoyed an evening of dinner, dancing, gaming, and auction items. Included in the fun was free babysitting for students of the school! Thank you San Gabriel Mission Elementary community for making this a night to remember!

Students Experiment With Science

Mission Elementary students can now expand their love of science and math through the newly formed “Lab Rats” Science Club. Under the supervision of our 1st grade teacher, Mrs. Lopez and our parent volunteer, Mr. Goeppert, students learn to problem solve and explore their creative side in building robots. Once the students put their robots to the “test”, they soon learned that design is a major factor in functionality. Thank you to Mrs. Lopez and Mr. Goeppert for imparting their knowledge, and love, of science with our students!

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Academic "Decathletes" Hard At Work

Mission Elementary's Academic Decathlon team has been hard at work receiving guidance from teammates, teachers, parent and staff mentors. Each student, or team, meets weekly to review material, study and lend support to each other in preparation for the upcoming event. Our entire school community is so proud of these decathletes and we ask you to keep them in your daily prayers as they prepare! GO SPARTANS!

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Alumni Spotlight

Alumni Spotlight

My name is Ms. Kelly Nunez and not only am I the 8th grade homeroom and junior high Math/Science teacher, but I am also a proud SG Mission Alumna, Class of 2000!!  Mission has been a part of my life since birth, having an older brother that attended Mission Elementary as well.  This is my 3rd year teaching and nothing makes me happier, excited and proud, than to be back at the place that instilled so many values in my life.  
My time spent in the San Gabriel Mission School and parish has taught me many important life lessons that still hold truth and value in my life today.  Mission not only strengthened my Catholic faith, identity and education, but it also prepared me for success at a college-prep high school.  I learned leadership skills from being on Student Council throughout my time in Jr. High, and the value of being a part of a team and building a strong work ethic from playing the many different sports offered.  I also learned about building strong friendships, and am still friends with many of my Mission classmates currently.
I love to give back to the school that gave me so much, and volunteer most of my time towards extra curricular activities because I believe in the skills that they teach our students.  I am one of the Academic Decathlon moderators, the girls’ softball coach, and can often be found at the different sporting events cheering on our Spartans!  Although my time this year has been limited due to going back to school to work on my Masters in Education, I still try to find a balance and support our students in all that I can.  
Once a Spartan, ALWAYS a Spartan! 

My Mission is...

My Mission Is

Hello Friends and Families of Mission Elementary:
My name is Anais and this year I have been part of Mission 4 Mission. Mission4Mission is a club that started two years ago by an alumnus named Derrick Rapista.  He believed that a club like Mission4Mission would benefit the junior high students of our school.  Mission 4 Mission's goal is to help our Spartan students get into the high school of their dreams.
Mission4Mission is a weekly class from 9 am-12:30 pm. We do HSPT (high school placement test) to help us know test-taking strategies and we learn mathematics, language, reading, etc. Our mentors are all Mission alumni. They give their time to give back to the school where they spent their elementary school years.
I love Mission 4 Mission. The HSPT exam is very difficult and it has a lot of parts. At Mission Elementary, I feel like it has changed me. I feel like stronger, more cultivated, and a harder working individual. Mission 4 Mission is something I would love to do as I enter my own high school years. I want to be just like the mentors: "Giving to the school, as the school gave me."