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Because we know that energetic summer activities can really build up an appetite, in this blog we want to talk about one of our favorite things: treats.
As parents, you love summer vacation for the extra quality time it allows you to have with your children. But let’s be honest, some days having them home may be a little overwhelming, especially as Au
Summer is a perfect time for movies, and movies are a great way to spend quality time with your children. But with all of the movies coming out for the season, how do you know which ones are right for
We love technology. In fact, even those who grew up during the pre-internet age can’t imagine living without it now. However, every once in a while it’s good for your children (and you) to unplug, esp
Elementary school principal contemplates his son’s enrollment in the school he attended and now administers. Enjoy his reflection on all that he gained from his Catholic school experience and his hope
What’s a good way to combine your child’s socialization with your own? A parent playdate.
The face of Catholic schools and parishes is changing. Discover how to create a warm, welcoming, and culturally responsive environment that will ultimately result in a growing – and enhanced – parish
As soon as your child is born, you become their whole world: their caregiver, their teacher, their family. Throughout their life, your child will look to you for guidance whether it be for behavior, b
History is one of the four strands that make up the exceptional social studies curriculum in the Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Hartford. Yet the classroom isn’t the only place to learn about
There are plenty of little lifestyle changes, also referred to as green living, that will benefit our planet’s health.
Every year, beginning the last week of January, Catholic schools across the nation celebrate Catholic Schools Week, a time to specifically honor the amazing work our schools do in educating the mind,
Indeed the spiritual component of church attendance is clear, but there have also been numerous psychological benefits that people get when they attend weekly Mass.
During the week, students who attend the schools in the Archdiocese of Hartford get to experience Catholic culture integrated throughout the curriculum. While on weekends, we offer Continuing Catholic
In today’s fast-paced digital society, families sometimes find it challenging to spend quality time together. At the schools in the Archdiocese of Hartford, we understand this struggle and have come u
At the heart of every Catholic education, and one of the things that distinguishes it from that of a non-faith-based one, is our focus on community service.
Choosing an education for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent.
With summer vacation just around the corner, we want to share additional service resources that will offer opportunities for your entire family to go out and make a real difference in the community.
In celebration of the spiritual and corporal works of mercy, the schools in the Archdiocese of Hartford have compiled videos from our staff and students that demonstrate how we are building a culture
In this blog, we are going to take a look at some of the specific resources we offer to help people to build a better tomorrow for themselves and others.
National Catholic Schools Week is really a great way of bringing everyone together to celebrate and honor the values and truths that make up the foundation of a Catholic school education.
Catholic identity & community are almost synonymous, when you enroll your child in a Catholic school, you immediately become part of our family. Once you’ve joined us, here are some great ways to stay
A wise man named Socrates once said, “Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel.”... A sign of an excellent education isn’t just the delivery of knowledge, but also the instilm
When you enroll your child in a Catholic school, you are making a huge investment in your young learner’s education well beyond the classroom.
Our classrooms are filled with children from different cultural, socioeconomic, and faith backgrounds, all working together.
When we bring our families together, we create a virtuous, loving community that leads to a more humane and just world. No matter what that family looks like.
We know you’ve worked hard to instill core values in your child, teaching right from wrong and the value of education, and we know that your lessons didn’t stop
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