Tag: Catholic education
St. Joseph, West St. Paul, says ‘so long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, goodbye’ to alumna’s Austrian son
After Spirit Week at St. Joseph School in West St. Paul, seventh-grader Sam Seitlinger will return to his hometown of Zell am See, Austria, bringing with him fond memories of his American Catholic school education. Sam’s mother, Andrea, is from West St. Paul and graduated from St. Joe’s in 1981.
At Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota, where she received her undergraduate degree, the differences in Warren’s approach were valued as well. “So, Rosati-Kain taught me how to be a woman who can go into a place that’s brand new and take charge,” she said.
The winner of college football’s 2014 Heisman Trophy attended Hawaii’s only all-boys Catholic high school, the successor to the school St. Damien of Molokai briefly attended in preparation for his ordination in Honolulu.
For stay-at-home mom Hilda Torres and her husband, Jose Castro, making ends meet has been difficult for their family of five.
Of all the important and interesting policy areas I work on, none is more personal than education.
“He reached out to Catholic educators in our archdiocese to share with others what we were doing in Catholic education,” recalled Gary Wilmer, who is director of personnel and planning for the archdiocese’s Office of Catholic Schools.
Three Catholic elementary schools are adding educational innovation to the classroom this fall.
Athletic directors at several Catholic elementary schools told The Catholic Spirit that, while their schools and parishes have no written policy about when sports teams may play or practice, many tend to allow no sports activity before noon on Sundays.
Grant money brings diversity experts to two St. Paul schools