Deacon Kevin McCormack, the newly-named superintendent of Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Brooklyn, has spent nearly 40 years guiding students at Xaverian, first as a teacher and then as principal for the past 15 years.
Dr. Thomas Chadzutko
Diocese’s New Superintendent Of Schools, Deacon McCormack, Says Change Coming
Deacon Kevin McCormack, the principal of Xaverian High School in Bay Ridge, has been appointed superintendent of schools for the Diocese of Brooklyn by Bishop Robert Brennan, the diocese announced on Thursday, May 5.
Retiring Schools Chief Chadzutko Reflects On a Life in Catholic Education
Dr. Thomas Chadzutko, Ph.D., the school superintendent who has guided the education of generations of students in the Diocese of Brooklyn, is closing the notebook on his career. He announced his retirement in a letter on March 4.
Only In Print: St. Thomas Aquinas Academy Offers ‘Different Type of Learning’
The fully remote St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Online Academy in the Diocese of Brooklyn is thriving as parents seek alternatives for their children.
Questions Loom Over Vaccine Mandate For Diocesan Schools: ‘Will We Be Shut Down?’
Officials in the Diocese of Brooklyn reacted with concern and confusion over a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for private and religious schools imposed by Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Diocese of Brooklyn Officials Oppose de Blasio’s New School Vaccine Mandate
Education officials in the Diocese of Brooklyn came out in opposition to a school vaccine mandate for private and religious schools announced late Thursday by Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Students Honor Bishop, Two Angel Scholarships Created in His Name
Classmates at St. Athanasius Catholic Academy on Thursday represented all parochial school students in the Diocese of Brooklyn in a special goodbye and “thank you” to Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, who retires on Nov. 30.
Our Mission is to Form Saints and Scholars
In recent days, some have voiced concerns regarding the implementation of social justice activities as part of the Diocesan religion curriculum. While social justice is certainly a buzzword in the secular world today, it is not a new concept to the Church.
Stepping Up Social Justice Lessons
In September Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio announced the introduction of a new Catholic social justice curriculum that will be incorporated into religion classes in all schools, Catholic academies, and religious education programs in the diocese.
Schools in Diocese Yet to Receive FEMA Reimbursement
The cost of every container of cleaning wipes, every pump bottle of hand sanitizer, and every technology upgrade continues to add up for schools across the Diocese of Brooklyn.