Former Bishop Kearney basketball star Janelle McManus weighs in on the news that the school has closed.
Summer is supposed to be a time of carefree relaxation, but some of us who have finished the school year might not be feeling this way. Maybe you had a rough year and didn’t achieve everything you wanted to.
With the start of the 2019-2020 school year, newly appointed principals are preparing to meet their school communities and to assume the diverse and challenging role of leadership.
The Knights of Columbus Long Island Chapter of Brooklyn and Queens celebrated their Annual Charity Ball on June 22 at Russo’s on the Bay in Howard Beach.
Christ the King H.S. students gathered in their glamorous Roaring Twenties attire at the culmination of Ms. Mayer-Foley’s English class reading of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby.”
Philip Saffian, a second-grader at Holy Family Catholic Academy, Fresh Meadows, has the “write” stuff. The 8-year-old was chosen as the national elementary school champion in this year’s Zaner-Bloser National Handwriting Contest.
Dear Editor: Thank to Bishop DiMarzio for sharing his reflections (“The ‘Catholic School Difference’,” Put Out Into the Deep, June 8).
The teachers, faculty, staff and students of St. Anselm Catholic Academy, Bay Ridge, came to school with their orange Spirit Day 2019 t-shirts May 24, and the excitement was palpable.
A Catholic high school in East Flatbush that serves students from low-income families − celebrated its 10th anniversary on May 23 with a dinner at Cipriani Wall Street, where the school honored Robert Catell, a former chairman and CEO of KeySpan who’s now chairman of Cristo Rey’s board of directors.
Eighteen students from Catholic schools and academies throughout Brooklyn and Queens competed in the annual public speaking contest held last week at Our Lady of Mercy in Forest Hills.