There is excitement in the air as our schools begin to welcome students back for the 2022-2023 school year. Students file through the doors, excited for the new year. It is going to be a great year.
Emily Guarnieri – Middle school math. Those three words make most adults squirm. Either they loved it or hated it. How do you help students love it, and feel good about math? Kevin Hansen – I have always loved math since an early age. I believe I try to help students to feel good about […]
The Diocese of Rockville Centre (www.drvc.org) and the Morning Star Initiative today announced the appointment of Pamela Sanders as the Superintendent of Schools of the Department of Education in the Diocese of Rockville Centre. Mrs. Sanders has worked in education in the Diocese for more than twenty years, most recently serving as principal of Holy […]
For this week, we want to share a few stories about how our schools model for students good citizenship. Of course, we cover many facets of social studies in classrooms, including NY History and US History. But to understand our nation and our community requires more than knowledge. Positive experiences in childhood great life-long civic engagement.
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 […]