It was a beautiful spring morning in Garden City. The malaise of the winter was long gone. The warmth of spring had overtaken the quiet community surrounding St. Anne’s Church and School. For elementary school students, great weather means raucous time on the playground. But not on this morning.
Five Catholic Elementary Schools on Long Island held a joint fundraiser to support Catholic Relief Services efforts in Ukraine. Students learned that they can have fun while living their faith to make a difference in the world. In attendance were students and parents, school faculty and staff, and two religious sisters with direct ties to […]
Memorial Day is a day for the country to come together to honor those who lost their lives serving our country. Saint Aidan Catholic School has a long-standing tradition of honoring veterans and remembering those who served.
Each of the Catholic schools in our diocese offer something unique and interesting to their communities. Today we catch up with Sister Kathryn Schlueter to learn about how Our Lady of the Hamptons School integrates fine arts into Catholic education for elementary students. Emily Guarnieri – Our Lady of the Hamptons School has a lot […]
In the early months of 2022, Principal Jeannine Stewart received a large gift from a familiar face. It was a simple moment at Holy Angels Regional School, a quiet moment in an otherwise bustling elementary school. But this single gesture acknowledged a century of Catholic education in Patchogue, and will fund technology that will reshape how students learn.
How do you teach compassion to students? How do you model empathy and understanding? At Sts. Philip and James School, Mrs. Jennifer Brown opted to do so by way of a fun and exciting book titled “Save Me a Seat” which tells the story of a young boy named Ravi who moved from India to […]