Wearing judicial robes and holding a small print copy of the U.S. Constitution and standing behind his desk in his chambers, New York State Supreme Court Judge Vincent Del Giudice told the story of the two thieves to students from Bay Ridge’s Xaverian H.S.
The Superintendent of Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of New York, Michael J. Deegan, has announced that the archdiocese will close all elementary schools, effective Monday, March 16 until Friday, March 20.
The Diocese of Brooklyn and Christ the King High School have announced, and agreed upon, a resolution that allows both a charter school and day care to continue operating on the high school campus in Queens.
“Tetrahymena” is a big, fancy word, and not a common one. It’s a scientific term that refers to a single-cell organism that mimics a real living human cell. Seniors and juniors in an advanced biology class at Bishop Loughlin Memorial H.S., Fort Greene, created tetrahymenas in a lab in order to test the effects of vaping on cells.
By devoting several minutes of his State of Union address on Feb. 4 to school choice, President Donald Trump put the topic in the national spotlight. It’s an issue that Catholic educators care deeply about, because any government policy that supports school choice could make Catholic schools affordable for many more parents, advocates say.
John Cherry, The Mary Louis Academy’s 87-year-old custodian, is the heart and soul of the school.
In a major new agreement, the Archdiocese of Chicago has entered into partnership with an independent foundation that will take over the operational control of 30 of the city’s Catholic schools.
One sign of the times is that teachers must know how to confront an active shooter. On Jan. 17, teachers from four Catholic schools in the Diocese of Brooklyn gathered at St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Academy, Windsor Terrace, and St. Frances De Sales Catholic Academy, Belle Harbor, for training on what to do if a gunman enters their classroom.
Auxiliary Bishop Raymond Chappetto visited two Catholic schools on Jan. 28, the feast day of St. Thomas Aquinas, as part of Catholic Schools Week.
In anticipation of Catholic Schools Week 2020, The Tablet proudly presents this special pullout section with valuable information for current and prospective Catholic school parents on Catholic schools in Brooklyn and Queens.