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Catholic high school teachers ratify new four year contract

High school teachers from four South Jersey Catholic high schools who are represented by the Catholic Teachers Union (CTU) have ratified a new four year contract ending an impasse over

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Fire Company visits Good Shepherd in Collingswood

Collingswood Fire Company visits Good Shepherd School, Collingswood.

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St. Augustine inducts Hall of Fame members

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff/More photos www.ccdphotoalbum.com St. Augustine Prep, Richland, held its Hall of Fame induction ceremony Oct. 24. Pictured above, from left, are Father Paul W. Galetto, president,

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GCHS scholars

Gloucester Catholic High School principal John Colman presents seniors Rollie Malfitano, Joseph Lafferty and Patrick McHenry Letters of Commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation because of their outstanding performance on

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Teachers at three Catholic high schools go on strike

About 160 members of the Catholic Teachers Union (CTU) went on strike Monday, October 20 in a contract dispute over salary increases and benefits. A four year agreement between Paul

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GCHS alumni scholarships

More than 50 Gloucester Catholic High School freshmen have been awarded Alumni Association Scholarships and these students will be honored at the annual GCHS Alumni Association Communion Breakfast on Sunday,

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Paul VI inducts new Alumni Hall of Fame members

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff/More photos www.ccdphotoalbum.com Father Robert E. Hughes, president of Paul VI High School, Haddon Township, stands with new members inducted into its Alumni Hall of Fame

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Run, don’t walk

Photo by Alan M. Dumoff/More photos www.ccdphotoalbum.com Eighth-graders pick up the pace Oct. 12 on the Ventnor boardwalk during the annual walk-a-thon sponsored by Holy Family School. Funds raised are

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Negotiations continue, but no agreement on lay teacher contract

Negotiations are continuing between four Catholic high schools and nearly 170 lay teachers represented by the Catholic Teachers Union. As the Catholic Star Herald went to press Wednesday evening, no

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Soldiers pay a surprise visit to school to thank students for their support

Students of Our Lady Star of the Sea School, Cape May, prepare packages to ship to U.S. soldiers Sean and Brandi Glynn in Iraq. The Glynns pay a surprise visit