Tag: Catholic schools
“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.
Each fall, Convent of the Visitation School in Mendota Heights welcomes students from pre-K through 12th grade, so its teachers understand how to help children of every age. That’s why we’ve asked four Visitation leaders for age-appropriate tips that can help you and your family get back to school smoothly and successfully.
Even in the dog days of summer, the realization that the school year is just around the corner keeps creeping up like pockets of sprouting weeds in a garden.
Though there were tears and hugs as the school year came to an end at St. Pius X School in White Bear Lake, there also was excitement for the new regional school that will take its place.
More than 100 seventh- and eighth-grade students from St. Hubert School in Chanhassen spent March 12 at Cub Foods purchasing items to donate to People Reaching Out to Other People, a local food shelf and multi-service organization serving the Chanhassen and Eden Prairie area.
“Living the Vision of ‘Gaudium et Spes’ (‘Joy and Hope’)” in Catholic higher education was the overall theme of the annual conference of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities, held Feb. 1-3 in Washington.
When the new White Bear Lake area Catholic school — Frassati Catholic Academy — opens this fall, an innovative curriculum will connect not only the students’ academic subjects, but also the legacies and traditions of two long-established parish schools.
A team of 20 volunteer health care professionals provide care for students during the school week at St. Stephen School, stepping in to fill the school’s paid health paraprofessional hours lost to budget cuts in recent years.