The Whole Child Education Playbook for Catholic schools encompasses not only the latest research in demonstrating the interconnectedness of our social, emotional and cognitive development, but the physical needs of our students, and the spiritual longing for meaning, purpose, values and belief.
We are thrilled to announce the lineup of extraordinary NCEA employees who will be an integral part of NCEA 2024. With their unwavering dedication to Catholic education and a deep-rooted commitment to our shared mission, they are ready to inspire and connect with each and every one of you.
For young people especially, a central tenet begins to emerge when it comes to their religious lives: belonging precedes believing, not the other way around.
How do we inspire others to take on leadership roles? Here are three approaches to help shoulder the responsibility of nurturing future leaders.
In 2024, Hallow is thrilled to offer a special deal for Catholic Schools Week.
Despite shifts in the percentage of Catholic students, our commitment remains unwavering: we are Catholic schools first.
An ideal formative religious assessment should measure both the “head” knowledge and the “hands and heart” knowledge of our Catholic faith—the destination and the journey.
Here are several guidelines to capture the essence of CSW and ensure your festivities remain distinctly Catholic, high-quality and dedicated to cherishing the heartbeat of our schools—the people!
NSBECS Benchmark 9.3 states, “Co-curricular and extra-curricular activities provide opportunities outside the classroom for each student to further identify and develop gifts and talents and to enhance creative, aesthetic, social/emotional, physical, and spiritual capabilities.” It seems to me that we have work to do together to align our school-sponsored sports programs with this benchmark of best practice for Catholic schools.
As choice expands, Catholic schools and systems should be ready to respond with gusto.