Grant enables Belmar to enhance remote learning

Grant enables Belmar to enhance remote learning

St. Rose Grammar School, Belmar, was the recent recipient of a $15,000 grant from the Patricia A. O’Callaghan Catholic Charitable Foundation. The funds were directed to be used to enhance the school’s remote learning capabilities, according to Gregory Guito, principal. In an effort to keep our school competitive, we have done many things to modernize

NDHS celebrates diversity at annual Mass

NDHS celebrates diversity at annual Mass

The students of Notre Dame High School, Lawrenceville, highlighted their differences while rejoicing in the principles they shared during the school’s Feb. 24 Diversity Mass. School chaplain, Father Jason Parzynski, was principal celebrant of the annual liturgy held during Black History Month to celebrate social justice, diversity, inclusion and the progress of people. NDHS senior

CBA president to step down this spring

CBA president to step down this spring

Christian Brother Frank Byrne, president of Christian Brothers Academy, Lincroft, will end his term at the Lincroft school to become Auxiliary Provincial for Brothers’ District of Eastern North America (DENA) as of Sept. 1. Reflecting upon his term as president, Brother Frank said, “I have enjoyed my 12 years as president of CBA tremendously. It

Business guru urges Catholic school leaders to focus on experience, purpose

Business guru urges Catholic school leaders to focus on experience, purpose

When it comes to bolstering Catholic schools and retaining families, understanding value and purpose goes a long way. That was the message Catholic school principals from throughout the Diocese of Trenton and beyond learned during a webinar featuring Stan Phelps, certified professional speaker, marketer and author of the Goldfish Series on business success. Phelps’ goal