Christine P.

Dear Lord, please allow the hearts of those who have been touched with a Catholic Education remember the value that has carried with them through their life. Whether the education was through, catholic school, religious education classes, church or a friend of family member. Learning that with the blessing of your love we are human

Holy Cross School helps feed area’s hungry, youngsters through fundraiser

Holy Cross School helps feed area’s hungry, youngsters through fundraiser

By Christina Leslie | Correspondent The student body in Holy Cross School, Rumson, heeded Jesus’ call to “feed the hungry” this winter by staging a school-wide food drive that came to fruition during Catholic Schools Week. The students gathered hundreds of non-perishable food items and donated them to two area organizations. By reminding the students

Parish is part of the team for St. Ann School

Parish is part of the team for St. Ann School

By Christina Leslie | Correspondent “You need a team to run a school,” said Trinitarian Father Gerard F. Lynch, pastor of St. Ann Parish, about the 2010 Blue Ribbon School of Excellence which shares the church’s Lawrenceville campus. “I leave the day-to-day to principal [John] McKenna but there are no surprises, for we meet regularly.”

Point Pleasant Beach school participates in global ‘Hour of Code’

Point Pleasant Beach school participates in global ‘Hour of Code’

By Christina Leslie | Trenton Monitor Correspondent PROGRAMMING PUPILS • Students in St. Peter School, Point Pleasant Beach, use laptops and other tech devices to complete their first Hour of Code in December. Photo courtesy of St. Peter School Students in St. Peter School, Point Pleasant Beach, flexed their computer skills the week of Dec. 4 as
Aviation Day puts St. Catharine, Spring Lake, students in pilot seat

Aviation Day puts St. Catharine, Spring Lake, students in pilot seat

Trenton Monitor report UP, UP AND AWAY • Students in St. Catharine School, Spring Lake, test their piloting skills using a white drone during Aviation Day Nov. 22. Eighth-graders who have been studying principles of aviation spent the day assisting with various activities and creation of flying contraptions. Photo courtesy of Kathy Francis General aviation
Donovan Catholic teens pray, serve, celebrate as Body of Christ

Donovan Catholic teens pray, serve, celebrate as Body of Christ

By EmmaLee Italia | Trenton Monitor Correspondent During their class retreat Oct. 25, seniors in Donovan Catholic High School, Toms River, work on Rosary chaplets and prayer cards for students in a Texas Catholic school who were affected by Hurricane Harvey. Photo courtesy of Mary Beth Deblasio Donovan Catholic seniors recently took a break from
OLPH victorious in Camden Diocese’s academic contest

OLPH victorious in Camden Diocese’s academic contest

By Christina Leslie | Trenton Monitor Correspondent Two-Time Winners • Students of Our Lady of Perpetual Help School, Maple Shade, scored first place for the second consecutive year in the Nov. 8 Camden Catholic High School Academic Olympics. Courtesy photo For the second consecutive year, students from Our Lady of Perpetual Help School, Maple Shade,
Notre Dame High School uses basketball tourney for hurricane relief

Notre Dame High School uses basketball tourney for hurricane relief

By Rose O’Connor | Trenton Monitor Correspondent The community of Notre Dame High School, Lawrenceville, recently put their basketball skills to use during the school’s first “Hoops for Hope” charity tournament, the proceeds of which will go to aid residents of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean island of Dominica who were impacted by Hurricane Maria.