During pandemic, our Catholic school community rose to the challenge
For Catholic Schools Week, principals, teachers and parents wrote reflections about what local Catholic schools are doing to serve students and families during this time of pandemic. This essay is by Aurora Carmichael, a parent at St. Columba School in Oxon Hill, Maryland, and a member of the Archdiocese of Washington’s Board of Education.
This year marks the 47th anniversary of National Catholic Schools Week, a commemoration by the National Catholic Educational Association of the “longstanding tradition of the excellence of Catholic school education.”
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