St. Catherine of Siena School (Martinez, California)

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Coordinates: 38°0′53.17″N 122°8′5.84″W / 38.0147694°N 122.1349556°W / 38.0147694; -122.1349556

St. Catherine of Siena School
604 Mellus Street
Martinez, California 94553

United States
Type Private
Motto "All students are honored at St. Catherine's"
School district Diocese of Oakland
Principal Valerie Spangenberg
Staff 13
Faculty 10
Grades PreK–8
Number of students 120
Color(s)      blue      white
Affiliation Roman Catholic
Information 925-228-4140
Pastor Father Leonardo Albun Asuncion
Vice Principal Cindy Polizzi

St. Catherine of Siena School in Martinez, California is a Catholic school in the Diocese of Oakland. The school has a Preschool and nine classes: Kindergarten to Eighth Grade. Valerie Spangenberg serves as the school's principal, and Cindy Polizzi serves as its Vice-Principal. Pauline Porter and Jamie Sheridan currently serves as the school's religious coordinators. Most graduates attend Alhambra High School (Martinez, California), Carondelet High School, or De La Salle High School (Concord, California).

Currently, the school's faculty consists of:

  • Kelly Pola - Preschool
  • Cindy Polizzi - Kindergarten
  • Heather Mann - First Grade
  • Kristi Hoefler - Second Grade
  • Amy Gillum - Third Grade
  • Jannette Wilkinson - Fourth Grade
  • Jessica Stone - Fifth Grade
  • Jamie Sheridan - Sixth-Eighth Grade
  • Cecily Stevens - Sixth-Eighth Grade
  • Pauline Porter - Eighth Grade
  • Linda Jimenez - IA (instructional assistant)
  • Carrie Coultrip - P.E.
  • Doreen Shapiro - Administrative Assistant
  • Debbie Casey - Bookkeeper

CYO Program The school has a CYO program that consists of basket ball, cross country, track and field, and cheerleading (The first cheer squad in the Oakland Diocese. The girls basket ball has had success in the past years with many diocese victories. Lately the boys team just took the diocese victory this year, adding another trophy to the vast collection on their shelf.

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