Patty Adams Armin was a jumble of nerves as she sat amid hundreds of students and alumni at Bishop Miege High School’s 50th anniversary celebration here last month.
Combine good food, a high school teen, a seasoned adult, and a Scripture study, and you have the basic recipe for the Theological Reflections mentoring program at Bishop Ward High School here.
It’s more than a job. It’s a mission.
Even though I’m entering my 17th year of teaching middle school, I still get this question all the time: “So, are you ready to go back?”
College can be a time of exciting new opportunities — and overwhelming new temptations.
Ground blessed, broken at Seneca for new $3.7 million school
For students, summer time is when the livin’ is easy — which is not always a good thing.
For 28 years, you’d see Sister Mary Erwin Baker bustling around the campus here of the University of Saint Mary, her arms full of teaching materials for her math or computer science classes.
Two heads are better than one, the old saying goes.
It all ended like a made-for-TV movie.