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Thank the Lord for many blessings Diocese of Wilmington Catholic schools...

Catholic schools in the Diocese of Wilmington successfully navigated what will certainly be recorded in the history books as a major event of the...

Lou De Angelo, Diocese of Wilmington schools superintendent: ‘Great debt of...

The following is a letter from Louis De Angelo, schools superintendent, sent to families of Catholic school families in the Diocese of Wilmington. March 10,...

Catholic Schools Week – Ever the same but somewhat different in...

A teaching strategy used from kindergarten through grade 12 to help students understand comparison-contrast is a T-chart.  This simple device allows them to note...

Class of 2020: It’s not what you have missed, but what...

To the Class of 2020. Gee, what was it like?  This question will be asked of the Class of 2020 multiple times as you mature...

When will Catholic taxpayers get their fair share of education dollars,...

Usually in this annual Catholic Schools Week feature essay, information about the good news of Catholic school education is shared. Evidence of the development of...

Miracle makers are not difficult to find in Catholic schools: Opinion

Miracles! One dictionary definition explains a miracle as “a highly improbable or extraordinary event, development, or accomplishment that brings very welcome consequences.” Some people await great...

Pop Quiz from Lou De Angelo: What do you really know...

From January 27 through February 2, across the nation Catholic education will be celebrated.  Catholic Schools Week raises our awareness of the tremendous mission...

Catholic Schools — Rolling a seven in 2018-19

Imagine rolling a pair of dice. You have the greatest probability of rolling the number seven. It has more combinations than any other number....

‘People of God … People for others’ help distinguish Catholic schools

We live in a world where going faster implies getting more. Highways continue to devise additional reminders to slow down and remind us that...

Catholic Schools: Believe, learn, serve, lead, succeed

  As we begin a new school year, allow me to quiz what you remember about grammar in English Language Arts. Q1 – What are the...

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