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August 3, 2015
Schools stress healthy habits
Schools stress healthy habits

Courier photos by Mike Crupi

You can’t go more than a few steps at Rochester’s St. John Neumann School and Chili’s St. Pius Tenth School without finding reminders to practice healthy lifestyles.

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By Mike Latona/Catholic Courier
August 3, 2015
Program combines exercise, learning

Fidelis Care, the health-insurance plan provider founded by New York state's Catholic bishops, has awarded the diocesan Department of Catholic Schools a $60,000 grant to develop and implement the Math & Movement learning program. 

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August 3, 2015
Schools offer stimulating, caring environment
Schools offer stimulating, caring environment

In preparation for a new academic year to nurture our children spiritually, academically, socially and personally, I pray that each of you have enjoyed the summer. Our collective hope is that our students are invigorated when they return to grow in faith and embrace the zeal that a new school year creates.

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August 3, 2015
Schools embrace new technology
Schools embrace new technology

More area Catholic schools are expanding the use of personal technology devices in their curriculums to better prepare students for the future.

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By Annette Jiménez/Catholic Courier
August 3, 2015
Catholic schools using new tools to increase enrollment
Catholic schools using new tools to increase enrollment

"Like us on Facebook" and "Follow us on Twitter" aren't all Don Mills and Susan Nedza hope prospective students and their families will do. Instead, they hope these social media outlets will bring students through their doors and into their classrooms.

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By Gina Capellazzi/Catholic Courier
July 31, 2015
It's never too early to think about the future
It's never too early to think about the future

Nick Cook wants to study chemistry in college. The soon-to-be high school senior at Victor High School has already visited the University of Buffalo and Boston University.

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By Gina Capellazzi/Catholic Courier
August 3, 2015
Tips on how to survive freshman year
Tips on how to survive freshman year

The following is a list of practical, tried-and-true tips for those crucial first weeks as a college freshman from The Freshman Survival Guide by Nora Bradbury-Haehl, youth minister at St. Patrick Parish in Victor.

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August 3, 2015
Schools make changes to sixth grades
Schools make changes to sixth grades

Three Monroe County elementary schools no longer will offer sixth grades when the new academic year begins next month, while three other schools will begin offering sixth grades for the first time.

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By Jennifer Burke/Catholic Courier
August 3, 2015
Diocese, Auburn school forge agreement

Last month, Tyburn Academy of Mary Immaculate officially was designated as a Catholic school.

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By Annette Jiménez/Catholic Courier
July 30, 2015
Retiring Horseheads principal values team approach
Retiring Horseheads principal values team approach

Converting to Catholicism at the age of 31 marked more than a new chapter in Marilyn Zinn's spiritual life. 

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