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Catholic Schools Week Central: 2016

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PrintCatholic Schools Week 2016, like the many that came before, is a chance to recognize the hard work of Catholic educators, students and parents who make a difference in education.

The CT is highlighting Catholic-school related stories all week long and compiling links here at Catholic Schools Week Central.

Catholic Schools Week 2016

St. Michael principal treks in support of her school

CSW Roundup: Music, arts, medicine and sports

St. Cecilia in Oakley sees 22 students baptized

Throwback Thursday: New computers, same mission

Catholic Schools Week Mass for Dayton and Northern Region 

DePaul Cristo Rey celebrates 100 percent college acceptance

Commentary: Bad Catholic school experience made student a better man 

Kindergarten teacher uses breast cancer diagnosis to teach lessons of faith

Catholic Schools Week Mass fills Cathedral in Cincinnati

Catholic schools vital part of mission

Archbishop answers questions from Catholic high school students

Past year a time of transition for Catholic Schools

Letter from the interim superintendent

Two Archdiocese Schools to get $1.3 million for blended learning

Archdiocese of Cincinnati to mark Catholic Schools Week

More stories to come!

Bookmark this page for all the CT’s coverage of Catholic Schools Week, including the Masses, the Archbishop’s interview with students, featured stories from the February print edition and more.

Catholic Schools Week 2016 runs from Jan. 31 to Feb. 6.

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