Investing in the Future

Investing in the Future

Accreditation process brings value to Diocese, schools, students A message from JoAnn Tier Moderator for Catholic Education Teaching is an art.  Teachers look into the eyes of a child to determine understanding.  In so doing, they make a connection far beyond conveying basic instruction.  The child knows the teacher cares and is invested in him. 
Education commissioner overturns NJSIAA votes to separate public, non-public football, wrestling

Education commissioner overturns NJSIAA votes to separate public, non-public football, wrestling

With the flick of a pen, State Commissioner of Education David Hespe could have inked a spot in New Jersey history in late December, but members of the Catholic education community are glad he didn’t. On Dec. 28, Hespe ruled to overturn two votes cast during the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association’s annual meeting earlier
#GetThereSafe: Notre Dame students pledge to drive safely and without distractions

#GetThereSafe: Notre Dame students pledge to drive safely and without distractions

Students in Notre Dame High School, Lawrenceville, received a powerful message this month, all while promot­ing increased driver safety and support­ing their school. The Allstate Foundation’s #GetThereSafe program, which works to raise awareness among teens of the dangers of distracted driving and to promote safety behind the wheel, presented a $1,000 check to the ND
Schools receive high marks in accreditation process

Schools receive high marks in accreditation process

The schools of the Diocese of Trenton received high marks and commendations as evaluators from the education accrediting agency AdvancED revealed the results of a comprehensive external review for accreditation conducted in early November. An overview of AdvancED’s findings was presented Nov. 4 in the Diocesan Chancery by Eddie Krenson, lead evaluator for the team,