School helps family to return home

School helps family to return home

| Posted on TrentonMonitor.com July 6, 2015 | By Lois Rogers | TrentonMonitor.com Correspondent It won’t be too long before Inez Tello and her two sons move into the house St. Rose of Lima Parish, Freehold, and Colts Neck Reformed Church partnered with Habitat for Humanity to build. In fact, the dedication at the Center Street, Freehold
St. Dominic students get ‘Jump Start’ on school

St. Dominic students get ‘Jump Start’ on school

| Posted on TrentonMonitor.com July 2, 2015 | Future kindergarten students in St. Dominic School got a jump start on their academic careers this summer. The Brick Catholic school offered a two-week “Jump Start” program this June which introduced 20 youngsters to daily life in the classroom. “It’s mean to ease the transition from pre-kindergarten to kindergarten
Success on the tennis courts for ND measured in more than victories

Success on the tennis courts for ND measured in more than victories

| Posted on TrentonMonitor.com June 22, 2015 | By Dan O’Mara | TrentonMonitor.com Correspondent The boys’ varsity tennis team from Notre Dame High School, Lawrenceville, fell just short of a New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association Non-Public State title last month, but its success in the highly-competitive tournament was the culmination of what had been a terrific season
St. Al’s finds success at the net, on the track

St. Al’s finds success at the net, on the track

| Posted on TrentonMonitor.com June 22, 2015 | The Gators of St. Aloysius, Jackson, had a successful weekend of athletic competitions May 16 and 17. The junior varsity girls’ volleyball team won the 2015 Monmouth Ocean Parochial Volleyball League championship May 16 at Christian Brothers Academy, Lincroft. After losing the first game of the best-of-three championship match, the
St. Jerome students offer ‘change for change’

St. Jerome students offer ‘change for change’

| Posted on TrentonMonitor.com June 19, 2015 | By David Karas  | TrentonMonitor.com Correspondent In an effort that blended lessons in math, social studies and religion, students in St. Jerome School, West Long Branch, found a creative way to benefit their local community. The third-grade class, under the guidance of teacher Cathy Longano, engaged in a project
‘High School Heroes’ teach fiscal responsibility

‘High School Heroes’ teach fiscal responsibility

| Posted on TrentonMonitor.com May 29, 2015 | By Christina Leslie | Staff Writer, TrentonMonitor.com | Students from Trenton Catholic Academy’s Upper School proved they were indeed “high school heroes” recently with a visit to two elementary schools with the mission of assisting youngsters to become more knowledgeable about money. A group of 33 sophomore and junior