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Students from several schools gather for Model United Nations Conference

St. Joseph High School, Hammonton, last week held its first-ever eighth grade Model United Nations Conference, hosting two other schools in simulating an actual Model U.N. Conference, complete with ambassadors,

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Parishes, schools continue to send aid to Haiti

  Photo at left by Alan M. Dumoff/More photos  www.ccdphotoalbum.com Left photo: Teacher Regina Skoczylas and students of St. Joseph High School, Hammonton, display quilts they made that have been

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A school dance where the DJ plays ‘The Tennessee Waltz’

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff/More photos www.ccdphotoalbum.com Eighth-grade students dressed in homemade period costumes, prepare to dance during the Civil War Ball held at St. Mary School, Vineland, on Jan.

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Statewide Marketing Conferences to be held in April

The New Jersey Catholic Schools’ Marketing Council presents a one-day workshop called 10 Steps to Enrollment Management in a Catholic School on April 20 and again on April 21. The

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School holds its own Olympics Opening Ceremony, with an authentic torch

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff/More photos www.ccdphotoalbum.com Taylor Bruner carries the Olympic torch, flanked by the American and Olympic Flags, during the Feb. 12 ceremony. On Friday, Feb. 12, sixth

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St. Mary School, student honored

St. Mary School, Williamstown has recently been awarded the Nonpublic Program School Award by Gloucester County Special Services School District (GCSSSD). St. Mary School principal Judith McBride, vice principal Claire

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Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month Bishop Schad Regional School, Vineland, recently held an African acrobat program for kindergarten through eighth grades. The five person group, direct from Kenya, featured gymnastics,

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Several high schools release names of Bloustein Scholars

Several Catholic high schools in the Diocese of Camden released the names this week of students who have received the Edward J. Bloustein Distinguished Scholar Award for academic excellence. The

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Gov. Christie acknowledges contributions of Catholic schools in New Jersey

Gov. Chris Christie recently signed a proclamation designating the week of Jan. 31-Feb. 6t, 2010, as Catholic Schools’ Week in New Jersey and acknowledging the contributions of Catholic schools to

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Catholic school graduates honored by sports writers

CHERRY HILL — Two homegrown athletes from the Diocese of Camden were among those who came back to the area on Monday, Feb. 1, to receive honors from the Philadelphia