Gray skies and rainy, wind-swept weather didn’t stop some of the best and the brightest students in the Diocese of Brooklyn from celebrating their academic achievements at the annual Catholic Schools Night event.
The practice of good grammar and proper spelling is becoming a lost art. Still, academies in the Diocese of Brooklyn keep up the tradition by teaching students things like the difference between a colon and a semicolon.
In a few weeks, a majority of the 66 Catholic schools and academies in Brooklyn and Queens plan to physically reopen under Plan A (100% in-person instruction), with the flexibility to adopt Plan B (hybrid instruction) or Plan C (100% distance learning through the new St. Thomas Aquinas Distance Learning Catholic Program) quickly if COVID-19 cases arise.
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As Catholic Schools Week begins, Our Lady of Trust Catholic Academy would like to recall its amazing past in Canarsie and allow its families to share their positive experiences.
Walter Campbell, board chair of Our Lady of Trust Catholic Academy, Canarsie, and the members of the Campbell family presented a check to the Catholic Foundation for Brooklyn and Queens for the educational benefit of students at Our Lady of Trust Catholic Academy.
As another school year approaches at Our Lady of Trust Catholic Academy, Canarsie, the school would like to recall its amazing past and allow a couple of its families to speak on its behalf.
John “Moe” Maloney’s life achievements probably won’t make any history books, but his everyday example of fidelity to faith, family and country is remarkable. Maloney served as the grand marshal of the Knights of Columbus’ 110th annual Independence Day Parade in Dyker Heights, June 27.
Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan, Msgr. Kieran E. Harrington and several New York bishops and representatives from the states’ dioceses met with Governor Andrew Cuomo on June 1 to encourage them to pass a bill that would be key for the future of Catholic schools and other religious and independent schools in the state.