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BostonCatholicSchls 23h
Today is the Feast Day of Saint Sebastian & honors this saint. Little is known for sure about Saint Sebastian, but legend says that he went undercover in the Roman army to protect the persecuted. To learn more, visit
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Saint Agnes School 1h
Happy feast of Saint Agnes! She is often depicted with a lamb which represents her purity, and the palm is a symbol of martyrdom. Saint Agnes, pray for us!
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BostonCatholicSchls 2h
Today is the Feast Day of Saint Agnes. honors this young saint. Saint Agnes, who was born in Rome in 291 AD, was martyred at the young age of 12 or 13 due to her devotion to Christ and her virginity. To learn more visit .
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Saint Agnes School 1h
We share Dr. King’s dream, and remember his life and legacy- today and everyday!
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BostonCatholicSchls 20h
we agree that was a horrible, hateful incident and those students, who are from Kentucky, were condemned for their actions by their diocese. Follow us and to see the light that our school communities are spreading in the world.
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St Pius V School Lynn Jan 17
Thank you so much to these seniors from SPVS class of 2015 for helping out at for the past two weeks as part of their Senior Service. We are so grateful for all the help they’ve given us, and proud of the great young men they’ve grown into!
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BostonCatholicSchls Jan 16
From group work - Questions for consideration: for which questions did the students answer patterns differ from those of students in district, state or total group?
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Pam Cook Jan 16
Mrs. Gillespy’s Pre-K class had so much fun today reading the mitten! They even got to “hibernate” in their own life size mitten! @ Saint John School
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Maureen Crowley Heil Jan 12
send your entries to MCA Artwork Contest to 66 Brooks Drive Braintree 02184 Boston’s winner will have art made into our office Christmas cards for 2019 & win some for their family and school! Deadline 1/31/19
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Cathedral High School Boston Jan 17
A proud achievement for our alumni: in the past four years, 76% of the class of 2014 — from which every student graduated Cathedral High School — have now already graduated college. | |
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BostonCatholicSchls Jan 16
This session from is focused on providing school leadership teams with information to help determine student academic needs & areas for growth
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Saint Agnes School Jan 12
Congratulations to our January Artists of the Month!
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St Pius V School Lynn Jan 11
Third grade used their multiplication facts to create “Array City”!
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BostonCatholicSchls Jan 16
that the is rights-only scoring. 1pt for correct answers, 0 points for incorrect or incomplete answers, so they are not penalized for guessing!
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BostonCatholicSchls Jan 16
From group work: attendees are looking at frequently missed questions, to see if students choose the same distracters. Are students missing too many easy questions? Omitting questions?
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BostonCatholicSchls Jan 16
Right now is the start of the Governance and Leadership Session for Aspiring Leaders and Apprentice Principals! Thank you to the promising future leaders who have joined us. Stay tuned for insights on school governance structures, a panel discussion and more
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St. Patrick School Jan 18
Our 8th grade working with seniors teaching them some tips on technology using phones, iPads, and Chromebooks
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Saint Agnes School Jan 12
Many thanks to these members of the @lexingtonsymphony who visited earlier this week to give our students a preview of what they will see when they attend a symphony performance later this month!
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Bailey Magazzu Jan 20
Sending the Pats good luck from their St. Pats friends!
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Saint Agnes School Jan 15
We’re so grateful to Mrs. Spellman for running a Spring Special Ed. Series of workshops for our teachers! Mrs. Spellman runs our Learning Center and is a tremendous resource for our school!
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