The first steps of a four-year process began Sept. 14-15 as Jennifer Kensel, a consultant from Catholic School Management, met with representatives from all the Catholic Schools in the diocese to map out how to strengthen their individual schools. (more…)
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A is for – Accessible and Available! We have room for you in our Catholic schools, plan to visit and witness the Awesome Academic Achievement taking place daily. We welcome you any time that is convenient for a visit. Phone numbers and locations will be listed at the bottom.
B is for – Be-Attitude! Be – in relationship with our God.
Daily students are immersed in studying the Catholic faith, preparing and attending Masses, crowning Mary in her special month, praying the Living Rosary, blessing the pets, celebrating the lives of our saints, experiencing retreats, and participating in the Living Stations of the Cross, to name a few. (more…)
Since every Catholic school in America participates in it, Catholic Schools Week isn’t small potatoes. The week includes special events and activities for students at the local schools to celebrate Catholic schools.
The week kicks off Feb. 1 and wraps up on Feb. 5, with a lot of fun in between. A complete schedule of activities for the schools can be found on Page 16. This year’s theme is “Dividends for Life.” The entire week will be dedicated to building toward the future.
Superintendent Nancy Collins said that the theme for this year had many meanings.
“The theme addresses how being a Catholic school student means that knowledge, discipline, faith and morals are what you get every day in a Catholic education,” Collins said. (more…)