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Middle School Students Learn Mass Media Interferes with God’s Mission

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About 1,250 people, including many local Catholic middle school students, were astonished to learn some facts about the modeling industry, which they described as “eye-opening.” Click for more.

 

 

 

Choir, jazz ensemble and concert band prepare for performance tour.

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Nearly 30 students at Bishop Hendricken High School are tuning their instruments and preparing their voices for an eight day performance tour in Hawaii.  Click for more.

New Study: Catholic School Students More Likely Than Peers to Earn College Degree

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New Study: Catholic School Students More Likely Than Peers to Earn College Degree.  Click for more.

A Catholic Schools Week Reflection

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Communities of Faith, Knowledge, and Service — A Catholic Schools Week Reflection.  Click here to read.

Immaculate Conception Catholic Regional School

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Immaculate Conception Catholic Regional School, recognized as one of six schools in the United States as a “beacon of light in the commitment to Catholic education”.  Click for more.

St. Mary School leader to receive national educators award.

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As the honoree from Region 1, she is sharing the distinction with principals from 12 NCEA regions throughout the United States. Click for more.

Celebrating National Catholic Schools Week

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This year marks the 40th anniversary of the annual event, that focuses on the value of a Catholic education, with a theme of “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” It will be observed Jan. 26 to Feb. 1.  Click for more.

Sun., Jan. 26 to Sat., Feb. 1: Celebrating National Catholic Schools Week

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With activities like dancing in class and spelling bees, Masses and open houses, as well as sport tournaments and fundraisers, students, educators and parishioners throughout the country are looking forward to National Catholic Schools Week.

This year, which marks the 40th anniversary of the annual event, focuses on the value of a Catholic education, with a theme of “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” It will be observed Jan. 26 to Feb. 1.

Read more in this week’s Rhode Island Catholic:

Celebrating National Catholic Schools Week

St. Mary School leader to receive national educators award: Lisa Lepore to be honored as Distinguished Principal during NCEA convention in April

Saint Kevin students get a head start at High School

Knowledge Sprouts in All Saints Academy Classroom

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Dr. Jameson Chace, associate professor of biology and biomedical sciences at Salve Regina University, is spearheading the latest hydroponics project on Aquidneck Island at All Saints Academy with support from Rhode Island NSF Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) and RI Partnerships for Success. click for more.
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