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Parishioners, Rockville Centre Diocese Students Attend March For Life

More than 1,000 parishioners from across the Diocese of Rockville Centre and nearly 700 high school students participated in the 46th annual March for Life on Friday, Jan. 18, in Washington, DC. The more than 31-bus...

Balancing Technology And Traditional Learning Methods In Catholic Elementary Schools

By Emily Guarnieri Ever since writer Marc Prensky popularized the term ‘Digital Native’ in 2001, there has been a debate about ‘how much technology is too much technology’ in schools. A digital native is an individual...

STEM To STREAM: The Evolution

Long Island Catholic Elementary Schools add the arts and religion to the popular STEM approach. One of the differentiating factors to a Catholic education has traditionally been the view of the world through the lens of...

A Different Approach To Studying World Languages

By Anthony Biscione This school year, 10 Catholic schools in the Diocese of Rockville Centre decided to take a different approach to studying languages other than English. They have augmented their traditional foreign language program with...

Catholic Schools Week: Frequently Asked Questions

What is Catholic Schools Week? Catholic Schools Week is an annual event, celebrated across the country during the last week in January. The week is set aside to celebrate the unique nature of the Catholic schools...

A Letter From The Bishop

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, It is with joy, enthusiasm and purpose-driven mission, that I invite you to celebrate National Catholic Schools Week from Jan. 27, through Feb. 2. Together we recognize the extraordinary contribution...
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