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NEH Summer Learning Opportunities

Are you or anyone on your staff looking to deepen your knowledge or explore new topics this summer? The National Endowment for the Humanities offers tuition-free opportunities for K-12 educators and higher education faculty to study a variety of humanities topics in one- to four-week programs in June and July. Topics offered in these summer…

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Congratulations to the 2018 National Blue Ribbon Schools!

Notre Dame – Cathedral Latin School (9 – 12) in Chardon, Ohio and St. Joseph School (K-8) in Cold Spring, Kentucky have joined the ranks of National Blue Ribbon Schools! Chosen for the honor in 2018, NDCL and St. Joseph are in good company with twelve other schools with the SND National Education Network who…

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2018 Distinguished Graduates – and they are!

It’s not often that a recipient of the Distinguished Graduate Award gets to see their name in the album on the altar in Rome. But this year Rachel Massie from Notre Dame Academy in Park Hills, KY was fortunate to combine a family trip to Italy with a visit to the SND Generalate and Motherhouse.…

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Highlights from the 2018 National Education Summit

The 2018 Summit began with a rousing, inspiring greeting from Joseph Waler, Principal of Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin School who set down a challenge with his presentation theme “We’re the only SND educators our students will ever know!” Joe’s opening session was followed by a beautiful mass celebrated by the Most Reverend Nelson J. Perez, Bishop…

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Living our faith – at home, school, work, and afar

The SND Education Vision and Principles are alive and well with our partnership schools. Here are just a few examples of how teachers and students are combining academic content in religion, social studies and economics classes with a living, vibrant faith ….. The Campus Ministry Group at St Pius X – St Matthias Academy in…

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A week long celebration of Catholic Education: OLV – style

The folks at Our Lady of Victory School in Washington D.C. fully embraced this year’s Catholic Schools Week with a jam packed program of education and fun. Here’s what Katie Sague, the Assistant Principal, shared about their week-long celebration: Sunday – Celebrating our Parish – the day began with a 10:30 Mass featuring student readers…

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It’s never too early for Science, Technology, Engineering or Math – just ask the little ones at Maria Early Learning!

The National Science Teachers Association* affirms that learning science and engineering practices in the early years can foster children’s curiosity and enjoyment in exploring the world around them. It also can lay the foundation for a progression of science learning in K–12 settings and throughout their entire lives. Similar research applies to math and music.…

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