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by Kary Ellen Berger For eight years, Dawn Pickerill has led students, teachers and administrators as principal of St. John XXIII Catholic School in Middletown. Her love of education and children, though, have been a constant throughout her entire life. Growing up with her father in the U.S. Navy, Pickerill

Beautiful Lengths 2017 -Beth Hobbs (7th grade) and mother Julie Hobbs (Courtesy Photo)
St. John XXIII Catholic School, Middletown, hosted a Pantene Beautiful Lengths event May 5 to provide natural hair wigs for those suffering from the side effects of cancer treatment The school day began with their faculty, staff and students supporting an indoor walk-a-thon due to bad weather. While it was

Staff Report The John XXIII school community came together for a special Mass on April 24, after which students donned their “Follow us to Sainthood T-shirts for the school’s first walk-a-thon to raise funds in support of good works in the spirit of Blessed John XXIII. 

Banners hang outside John XXIII Catholic Elementary School in Middletown in anticipation of the school's namesake. (Courtesy Photo)
By Eileen Connelly, OSU  The Catholic Telegraph Two Catholic schools in the archdiocese that bear the names of future saints will be celebrating the upcoming canonizations of Blessed John XXIII and John Paul II in a variety of meaningful and memorable ways. Banners hanging in front of John XXIII School