Advent for Kids: Practical tips for engaging students

Written by Stacy McNerney, Partner Success Lead, Hallow, [email protected] Children often enjoy a magical–and meaningful–experience in the weeks leading up to Christmas, thanks to trusted adults in their lives. Parents, grandparents, teachers, and more play a critical role helping children embrace the excitement of preparing for Jesus’s birth. However, many everyday holiday activities are more […]

Hallow Launches Brand New Kids’ Prayer, Curriculum and Daily Virtue to Assist Teachers

Written by Stephen Spiewak, Hallow, [email protected] Pope Francis once said that “no teacher is ever alone: they always share their work with other colleagues and the entire educational community to which they belong.” Hallow is proud to support the vital work of Catholic educators with the launch of Kids’ Prayers, Curriculum and Daily Virtue. The […]

Catholic School Students Making a Difference in Their Community

What happens in schools and communities when empathy and compassion take center stage?  In the bustling city of Nashville, where sweet music fills every street corner, two remarkable second-grade students at Overbrook Catholic School, Evelyn Thallemer and Matilda Crosswy, tirelessly crafted 2,500 beaded bracelets with a mission deeply rooted in compassion and guided by what […]

Another ETP Success Story: IT and STEM at St. Teresa’s

Author: Lucas Ostrowski, Founder & CEO Email: [email protected]  Website: When the technology teacher at St. Teresa of Calcutta Education Center announced their retirement, principal Robin John knew it would be tricky to find a replacement. Recruiting and hiring a new technology teacher was one of Robin John’s first tasks as the new principal, and […]

Literacy experts answer educators’ 10 most pressing questions about dyslexia

Erin Ryan, Senior Writer, NWEA, [email protected] In Dyslexia: What every educator should know about the most common learning disability, NWEA literacy experts Tiffany Peltier and Cindy Jiban took an evidence-based look at dyslexia. Here are their answers to some of the questions we received after the webinar. You can read more on the NWEA blog, […]