Students begin returning to schools across Diocese

Students begin returning to schools across Diocese

Students begin returning to schools across Diocese Students sit behind plexiglass shields during the first day of classes of St. Ann School, Lawrenceville. As in-person classes are beginning this week in many Catholic schools across the Diocese of Trenton as well as their public school counterparts, we ask our community to pray for all students,

Diocese issues updated requirements for schools to begin in-person learning

Diocese issues updated requirements for schools to begin in-person learning

Diocese issues updated requirements for schools to begin in-person learning As guidance from public health authorities continues to be refined about the return in in-person learning during concerns of COVID-19, the Diocese’s Department of Catholic Schools has issued an updated and detailed list of requirements for diocesan and parish Catholic schools in Burlington, Mercer, Monmouth
Back to school plans take shape as COVID-19 data, recommendations shift daily

Back to school plans take shape as COVID-19 data, recommendations shift daily

Back to school plans take shape as COVID-19 data, recommendations shift daily As students return to classes this fall, the coronavirus has undoubtedly changed what that experience will look like, making this annual reunion one of unprecedented transformation. But one constant remains, according to outgoing diocesan Catholic school superintendent JoAnn Tier – the determination of

Retiring superintendent of Catholic schools reminisces on 40 years in education

Retiring superintendent of Catholic schools reminisces on 40 years in education

Retiring superintendent of Catholic schools reminisces on 40 years in education JoAnn Tier can recount dozens of heartfelt moments from working in Catholic education for 34 years. “It is the little things in life that touch the heartstrings,” said Tier, diocesan superintendent of Catholic Schools, as she recounted one memory from four years ago –

Supreme Court says religious schools should not be excluded from tax credit program

Supreme Court says religious schools should not be excluded from tax credit program

Supreme Court says religious schools should not be excluded from tax credit program Carol Zimmermann of The Catholic News Service courtesy of The Trenton Monitor WASHINGTON – In a 5-4 ruling June 30, the Supreme Court said the exclusion of religious schools in Montana’s state scholarship aid program violated the federal Constitution. In the opinion,