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Re-thinking what students need to know

Joan DiCicco is a self-proclaimed curriculum geek. A second grade teacher, DiCicco is serving on her third curriculum redesign team for South Jersey Catholic Schools — first math, (ELA) and

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Taking students on an adventure with literature

Cathy O’Brien encourages texting in her fifth and sixth grade classes. But there are no electronics involved, and the content isn’t about social plans or what’s for lunch. With colored

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Student not only receives award, but has it named for her

Imagine receiving an award and then discovering it has been established in your name. That’s what happened to Julianna Roche, a senior at Wildwood Catholic High School, who received the

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The diocese honors Paul VI principal

It’s hard to imagine a leadership quality Sister Marianne McCann does not possess. Recipient of the 2018 Diocese of Camden “Lead. Learn. Proclaim. Award,” Sister Marianne has been principal at

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Catholic Schools Week – The conversion story of an adolescent

“Our Special Christmas.” That was the subject text in the email I received from my uncle, Lou Keeler, on Christmas Day. Uncle Lou’s email described the great gift he and

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The conversion story of an adolescent

“Our Special Christmas.” That was the subject text in the email I received from my uncle, Lou Keeler, on Christmas Day. Uncle Lou’s email described the great gift he and

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Miracle at Vineland’s Landis Theater

An out-of-towner might have mistaken it for Broadway. Under the flashing marquee, more than 700 theatergoers poured into Vineland’s iconic Landis Theater for the Bishop Schad Regional School production of

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Freshly painted fences make good neighbors

Some people might find living next to an elementary school less than ideal. But Bruce and Cathy Foster have found decades of pleasure in their good neighbors at Saint Vincent

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The difference tuition assistance can make

Catholic school might have been a pipe dream for Siobhan McGirl and her three siblings when their father was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis as she entered high school. Instead, the

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School students step up to help needy

From soup to pillows — with diapers, tissues, water bottles and other necessities in between — several South Jersey Catholic Schools made their mark by sending supplies to Texas, Florida