One day in the school’s front office

Written by Mary Beth Peabody Jane Lambert , the administrative assistant at Bishop Schad Regional School in Vineland, arrives at work by 7 a.m. daily and fixes herself a cup of coffee she will never finish.She arranges her tasks for the day on her desk and greets the stream of...

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Summer days with ‘Night’ and other worthy books

Written by Peter G. Sánchez Summer reading. For youngsters who want three months in the sun without schoolwork, the words can precipitate a cold shudder. However, Barbara Heyns’ oft-cited 1978 study “Summer Learning and the Effects of Schooling,” found that schoolchildren who did not read anything over the summer experienced...

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The blessings of Saint Peter’s Latin program

South Jersey Catholic Schools are bound by a commitment to faith-based education and a common curriculum. At the same time, the diocese celebrates the distinct culture and areas of focus that make every South Jersey Catholic school unique. Saint Peter School in Merchantville has rounded out its curriculum with a...

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School enthusiasts work on communicating their message

Written by Mary Beth Peabody Joe Regina teaches middle school English at Good Shepherd Regional Catholic School in Collingswood. This summer, he’s added the role of enrollment specialist to his plate. It’s an unusual combination, but Regina believes it’s the perfect fit. He is excited about promoting the Catholic education...

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Graduates can celebrate their accomplishments

Written by Mary Beth Peabody The academic year is quickly coming to an end for most elementary and secondary students at South Jersey Catholic Schools. Meanwhile, graduates have already begun their summer, enjoying some vacation time and preparing for the next phase of their lives. Secondary school graduates will share...

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