October 16, 2017

Franciscan sister taught nine years at Immaculate Conception School

Sister Catherine Georgine Porter spent 81 years as a professed member of the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia.
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Ms. Hardison
(Cardinal Shehan School)
Inspiring Students to “Rise Up”

Recently, it seems like the internet can’t get enough of the Cardinal Shehan School choir. We wanted to give you a quick inside look at the mastermind behind it all, Ms. Kenyatta Hardison. Ms. Hardison, who teaches music appreciation at Cardinal Shehan School, is a kind, witty person with a huge personality. She is also the Choir Director and...
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Victims of Las Vegas shooting remembered at funeral Masses, vigils

Memorials, funerals and vigils taking place in the U.S. and Canada to remember those killed in Las Vegas.
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To fight hunger and forced migration, end war, arms trade, pope says

Food insecurity is linked to forced migration, the pope said, and the two can be addressed only "if we go to the root of the problem" — conflict and climate change.
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Mr. Pressimone
(Archbishop Curley High School)
Helping Students Achieve Success

Mr. Jon Pressimone, a 9th grade Theology teacher from Archbishop Curley High School, takes an active role in helping his students achieve academic success. Mr. Pressimone works with students on how to use their iPads to take notes, organize their information, and study for exams. By making sure his students are prepared, Mr. Pressimone ensures...
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Mrs. Zimmerman
(St. Ursula School)
Enhancing Classroom Technology Integration

Mrs. Julia Zimmerman assumed the new position of Technology Integration Teacher in the Fall of 2016 at St. Ursula School. With a sketch of what students would need to be technologically safe and technologically proficient, Mrs. Zimmerman plans lessons for the elementary and middle school grades focused on these two aspects. Last year, she oversaw...
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