This past week, I had the privilege to attend my first Kairos retreat with 44 incredible high school students at the Colombiere Conference and Retreat Center in Clarkston.
Head of School Blog
This week is Catholic Schools Week and today is national have fun at work day. And, as students, since school is kind of your work, I thought we could combine the two.
As we approach Martin Luther King Day, I thought it would be a good opportunity to reflect on diversity, inclusion and why it is important for students at Notre Dame.
New Year’s Day was first celebrated by the Romans on Jan. 1 in 45 B.C., though some countries such as China, Korea and Vietnam celebrate the new year anywhere between Jan. 21 and Feb. 20 (depending on the moon).
The topic of culture comes up often when families are searching for schools. According to Independent School Management (ISM), culture is a function of faculty satisfaction and student experience. If faculty and students feel that the environment is predictive and supportive, then the culture is generally positive. Faculty wants to know that the administration has their best interest at heart and is working diligently to provide them the tools (including training and development) to lead students toward successful outcomes in the classroom. The students want the teachers to know them as individuals and to treat them fairly. Most students want to do well, and they want to know that their teachers care about their success and will help them achieve their goals.
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The Biggest Lie in the History of Christianity by Matthew Kelly