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Catholic Schools

​Preparing for class in a pandemic

September 10, 2020 | posted by Today's Catholic newspaper

Most Catholic schools in the archdiocese reopened on August 17 for both in-person and remote learning this fall, with teachers and staff addressing the challenges both to students’ health and their education.

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​What does Back to School look like in 2020?

August 07, 2020 | posted by Marti West, Superintendent of Catholic Schools

Catholic schools are at the heart of living our Catholic tradition and supporting parents in passing on our faith. It is a ministry of the Church committed to providing our community the academic and spiritual benefits of a Catholic education, even in this time of great challenge.

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​Vargas legacy to support future Yellow Jackets

August 07, 2020 | posted by Today's Catholic newspaper

“Matt’s leadership went beyond the field of play, he led in the mind, heart, and spirit of his teammates.”

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​Antonian keeps students grounded and United as Church

August 07, 2020 | posted by Today's Catholic newspaper

All across the United States, school administrators and teachers are working hard to develop the best way to provide the highest quality education for their students while managing the implications of a virus unlike any other we have seen in our lifetime. For educators in Catholic schools -- institutions known for producing some of the most well-educated people -- we often have to remind families that education isn’t only about the grades a student gets in rigorous coursework. As families seriously weigh the economic costs and benefits of the investment in Catholic schools, we at Antonian emphasize that it is in times like these, one major benefit of Catholic education is needed most -- community.

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