Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Catholic Elementary Schools Start Today in the Archdiocese

Today, many (but not all) of our Catholic Elementary Schools have their frist day. Students will line up, enter the school for the start of the new year, meet their teacher (and any new ones) and begin the process of learning and growing.

The schools, teachers, principals and staff will be in my prayers.

It will be an interesting year.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"It will be an interesting year." That is quite an understatement. It will be a very, very interesting year. There will be a lot of actions taking place, and the Archbishop will try to get things done as quickly as possible. Some of the mistakes he has made in the last two years will come into focus. He has been trying to hide his errors from the public, but soon he will run out of time. As for some of the proposals for this year, what is the meaning of a "geographically necessary school. This is in section 4700. Why would a family attending such a school be eligible for a larger tuition assistance scolarship. Tuition assistance should be based only on financial need, not on which school you happen to be attending. At least that is the way I see it. I wonder what is going on here.