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St. Luke School - “Our vision is to offer a world-class international school for elementary and middle school students right here in the heart of Shoreline,” says Rick Boyle, Principal at St. Luke School, an International Baccalaureate Candidate School. “This is not what you typically think of your local Catholic school. But we’re not a typical Catholic school. It’s not enough to offer a traditional curriculum anymore. The world is changing and so are we.”
Pensacola Catholic High School and Coach Robert Burke ’41 celebrate 75 years of Catholic school service!
Catholic schools now enroll more children in preschool than in any K-12 grade, and more than half of Catholic Charities programs are providing child development services to almost 60,000 infants, toddlers and preschool children annually.
This book has short daily reflections that get to the heart of teaching in a Catholic school. In each reflection, Justin McClain succinctly presses upon his readers a nugget of truth to carry throughout the day in a way that connects to one's vocation as a Catholic schoolteacher.
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Resources to keep you learning, growing and evolving as a Catholic educator in 2017.
Use Lent as a time for prayer and penance.