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Dayton elementary school recognized for STEM education For the sixth year in a row, Bishop Leibold School in Dayton has been awarded the Governor’s Thomas Edison Award for Excellence in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) Education. It is one of four schools in Dayton and Kettering that received the
Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr spent more than an hour Monday answering questions from high school students from throughout the archdiocese to kick off Catholic Schools Week 2017. Students from 15 Catholic high schools had the opportunity to participate in the teleconference, which was broadcast from McNicholas High School in Cincinnati.
Catholic schools: communities of faith, knowledge and service By Susan Ferguson The University of Dayton Center for Catholic Education (UDCCE) seeks to collaborate with Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and across the country to form communities of faith, knowledge and service. Inspired by our Marianist roots, this has
Catholic blogger and Brooklyn, NY, Deacon Greg Kandra told writers and other area Catholic communicators gathered for the annual Salesian Guild dinner January 28 that media has changed drastically in the past 40 years – and not for the better. A former producer at CBS and current multimedia editor for
It’s Catholic Schools Week. Here’s some images from around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
By Susan Gibbons Superintendent of Archdiocesan Catholic Schools It continues to be my honor and privilege to serve the of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati as your superintendent. I am blessed to witness excellence in Catholic education every day. During the week of January 29 – February 4, we will celebrate
Months of preparation have paid off so far: Two Summit Country Day mock trial teams have advanced to the regional level, with one placing sixth overall out of 48 teams.
Northside brewers brew wild yeast beer in former church, now pub By Gail Finke The long history of monks, friars, and beer will have a new incarnation this Lent. Urban Artifact, a Northside microbrewery that specializes in sour beers and beers brewed from wild yeast, debuts its new St. Anthony
By Gail Finke Barefoot in the biting wind and spitting snow, she declined to give her name. At first, the college student tried to avoid answering at all. “I’m not doing it to draw attention to myself,” she explained. “A friend of mine is marching barefoot in Washington, so I