Good Shepherd Catholic Academy’s Home School Association President Kathleen Tomassetti has had a lot on her plate while raising six children amidst a pandemic. She currently has five kids enrolled in GSCA’s universal pre-k and Grades 2, 3, 6, and 7, and a freshman at Xaverian High School.
From Tablet paper boy to FBI agent to travel writer, Kenneth Strange has had a winding journey through life. In July, Strange published a book about one particular journey — the 500-mile walk he and his wife, Aurora, made in Spain last year, when they completed the “Camino de Santiago,” which is known in English as the “Way of St. James.”
CTN — the educational media service department of DeSales Media Group, which is The Tablet’s parent company — started “Dial-a-priest” during the year of vocations called by Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio two years ago. The idea is to give students in the Diocese of Brooklyn a chance to meet more priests beyond those in their parish and hear a variety of vocation stories.
Good Shepherd Catholic Academy in Marine Park celebrated the opening of its new STEM lab with a blessing ceremony on the feast of St. Albert, patron saint of scientists.
The Great Irish Fair’s 2016 Colleen Queen, Kathleen Rose Byrnes, has long been proud of her Irish heritage.
Jerome Mangano, the husband of Valerie Mangano, first-grade teacher at Good Shepherd Catholic Academy, Marine Park, died Aug. 24.
Engaging minds, strengthening values and nurturing souls – this is the vision Good Shepherd Catholic Academy in Marine Park strives to achieve as a learning community under the leadership of Principal John O’Brien.
At Good Shepherd Catholic Academy, Marine Park, the faculty and staff will work collaboratively to ensure that meaningful student learning will take place each day.
Check out the winning and honorable mention art work and photos from the ceremony, as well as information on the contest.
This week’s Tablet TALK offers Catholic Schools Week news, a Candlemas Day reminder, snow scenes from N. Floral Park, Valentine’s events and more.