So many great things are happening at our schools! We’ve gathered some highlights from the past week to share with you. If you need hope in our youth, our schools, and community, keep reading!
Due to the quick shift to remote learning at the start of the pandemic and the availability of online meeting technology, the Curriculum Lead program was introduced by the Morning Star Initiative to address the pillar of Academic Excellence. When schools reopened their doors in September 2020, the program shifted to supporting teachers as they transitioned back to teaching within the building under COVID restrictions. Today, the program continues to support teachers in their everyday professional practice.
Beginning this Sunday, our schools will join the rest of the nation in celebrating Catholic Education. The week of January 29th through February 4th will be the 49th Annual National Catholic Schools Week, and our schools are gearing up to welcome current and prospective families for a number of special events.
It was another great week for our Catholic School students! Take a look below to see what we’ve been up to!
So many great things are happening at our schools. Keep reading to see some of the most exciting, hopeful, and creative stories from Long Island Catholic Schools this week!
Sts. Philip & James School and Academy – St. James students are encouraged to be Apostles of Hope. In preparation for the sacrament of Confirmation, four students, so far, of the graduating class of 2023 have joined the Lector Ministry at Sts. Philip and James Parish.