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by Susie Gibbons “I thank my God whenever I think of you; and every time I pray for all of you, I pray with joy, remembering how you have helped to spread the Good News from the day you first heard it up to the present.” – Philippians 1:3-6 Since

By Susie Gibbons As superintendent, I have the honor and privilege of working with Catholic school leaders throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati every day of the year. I also have the opportunity to visit 105 Catholic schools, throughout the expansive geographical footprint of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Our schools come

Dayton native Susan M. Gibbons has been appointed Director of Educational Services and Superintendent of Catholic schools for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr confirmed the appointment of Gibbons Friday. “Susan Gibbons has devoted her entire career to Catholic education in our Archdiocese,” said Archbishop Schnurr. “She will

Staff Report The Archdiocese of Cincinnati announced today that Susie Gibbons will be the Interim Director of Educational Services and Interim Superintendent of Catholic Schools, effective Oct. 1. Gibbons will replace Jim Rigg who announced his resignation late last month. Rigg’s last day is officially Oct. 2. Read More: Jim

Press Release Archdiocese of Cincinnati Jim Rigg, Director of Educational Services and Superintendent of Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati since July of 2010, has announced his resignation, effective Oct. 2, to become Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of Chicago. Archbishop of Chicago Blase J. Cupich appointed Rigg

As superintendent, the favorite part of my job is visiting our Catholic schools. I strive to take one day per week to simply walk the halls of our schools, interact with students and teachers, and bear witness to the undeniable impact of a Catholic education.

Dear readers, There has been a lot of conversation lately about the Common Core, a prevalent educational movement in the United States. The Common Core clearly seems to have caught the attention of many people in southwest Ohio; the topic comes up frequently when I speak to parents and Catholic