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CATHOLIC SCHOOL NEWS

Educating Today’s Scholars and Tomorrow’s Saints

By Sheila Whalen

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"The contemporary world urgently needs the service of educational institutions which uphold and teach that truth is ‘that fundamental value without which freedom, justice and human dignity are extinguished.’” — St. Pope John Paul II (Veritatis Splendor, n.4)

Each year, we take a week to celebrate the amazing gift of Catholic education.

Holy Apostles Preschool teacher receives grant for ‘classroom makeover’

By Veronica Ambuul

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COLORADO SPRINGS. Samantha Ross, the lead teacher for three-year-olds at Holy Apostles Preschool, was awarded a $1,000 grant from Colorado Springs Utilities for a “classroom makeover.” The grant was awarded through the utility company’s Community Focus Fund and was used to purchase new materials for the classroom. Robyn Tyboroski, assistant teacher at Holy Apostles Preschool, nominated Ross for the grant.

St. Gabriel parishioners rally behind school building project

By Beth Samson

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COLORADO SPRINGS. Clare Bowen, a third-grader at St. Gabriel Classical Academy (SGCA), really wants a watermelon-shaped purse. She’s had her eye on one for a while, and she’s been saving up. When she learned that the St. Gabriel community was raising money to complete her new school building, though, she changed her mind.

Online homeschool conference set for June 9-10

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BALTIMORE, MD. An online conference titled “Cultivating Holiness In Your Homeschool” will take place June 9-10, sponsored by Homeschool Connections. 
Keynote speakers will be well-known Catholic radio hosts and authors Dr. Greg and Lisa Popcak, who will speak on “How to Be a More Loving, Connected, Caring and Catholic Homeschool Family.” 

St. Mary’s theater students finish year with variety show

By Rosario Weston

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COLORADO SPRINGS. Joy was the central theme for this year’s spring theater production at St. Mary’s High School.

The committed group of student actors and crew chose a multidiscipline variety show for their spring production after last fall’s highly successful run of the comedy mystery “Murder at the Art Show.”

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