The Superintendent of Schools for the Brooklyn Diocese has announced plans for a September reopening of Catholic academies and parish schools, contingent upon a decision by Governor Andrew Cuomo on the reopening of New York public schools.
Dr. Thomas Chadzutko, Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Brooklyn, which includes all elementary Catholic academies and schools in Brooklyn and Queens, has issued the following statement following Governor Cuomo’s May 1 announcement that schools in New York State would remain closed for the rest of the 2019-2020 academic year.
When Michal Ashkenazy, chair of the Science Department at Fontbonne Hall Academy, saw emergency workers on television pleading for personal protective equipment (PPE), she jumped into action.
A drive-by Easter parade is how teachers from Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Academy in Corona, Queens, chose to stay as close to their students as possible during a time when they can’t be together in person.
Fourteen years after the Diocese of Brooklyn began to offer programs in parishes and schools to prevent abuse of minors, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed “Erin’s Law” on Aug. 29, requiring public schools in New York state to have a similar program.
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.”