Sometimes we Catholic school educators can be our own worst critics.
As we left the music classroom, I heard the second-graders ask their teacher, “Is it time for our prayer? We have to pray!”
Of the total of 57 schools across the state of Kansas that earned the Governor’s Achievement Award for being top-performing schools, Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas received seven.
by Kathy O’Hara Dear friends of Catholic schools, On March 5, I was reading the meditation of the day in the Magnificat prayer resource when a phrase seemed to jump off the page: “Quick to…
I have great hope in our future because the type of formation the students in our Catholic schools are receiving prepares them for service to our society.
I was blessed to participate in the World Congress on Catholic Education in Rome.
We are not particularly interested in outperforming for its own sake. Rather, our rubric for success is our students’ closeness to Christ.
Dear friends of Catholic schools, Even though it is the beginning of a new school year, I find myself thinking about my mother. Part of the reason for this is my mom’s health, but…
As I reflect on our years together, I realize that Jim’s disease helped us stay focused on the most important things in life. I sometimes wonder if we would have had the same commitment to…
Those in our schools must strive every minute of every day to truly see and treat our young people as Jesus would treat them.