Principals’ responsiblity includes being prepared for any emergency

“The bad guy doesn’t follow steps one, two, three and four,” said police sergeant Jay Brennan, referring to the unpredictability of a potential violent intruder. “Forget about your place. What matters is the process.” Brennan should know. Co-founder of Synergy911, which provides emergency response training, Brennan was in emergency management...

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Healthy snacks, lessons and a little Irish music

Written by Peter G. Sánchez The six weeks were coming to an end, but not without some Irish music.In the center of Gloucester Catholic High School’s library last week, Mark Jergensen strummed the banjo as Leniyah-Marie Osler practiced her skills on the tin whistle. In a corner, Aidan Grossman and...

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Art on the Mall, open to all

From now until August 16, all are welcome to experience Art on the Mall, at historic Our Lady Star of the Sea Church on Washington Street Mall in Cape May, N.J. This art exhibition features works by students in South Jersey Catholic Schools. It is open to the public and accessible...

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Artwork on Display in Cape May

Selected art by students in South Jersey Catholic Schools is on display at Our Lady Star of the Sea Church in Cape May. Showcasing a variety of media, the exhibit includes playful three-dimensional pieces, religious art, self-portraits, intricate scratchboard designs, and works inspired by artists such as Georgia O’Keefe and...

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