Learning that never ends - Catholic Courier
Kathy Conezio has been a science consultant for Sesame Street since the late 1990s and began teaching the 3-year-old preschool class at St. Louis School in Pittsford this year. Previously, Conezio had taught for Headstart and as an education professor at the University of Rochester. On Sept. 20, a ribbon cutting was held to celebrate the recent remodeling of an area in the school with new preschool classrooms.

Learning that never ends

Kindergartner Jackson Hickey didn’t need any help to get into his prayerful stance while Father Bob Ring gave a blessing over the new Early Learning Center at St. Louis School in Pittsford in September. He did, however, need help from his teacher when it came to spelling his last name for me.

I’m sure that one day Jackson and all of his classmates will be able to spell their names without any assistance. I’m equally sure a day will come when they think they know all about prayer as well.

My advice for Jackson and his classmates: Don’t let your prayer life become stagnant; allow it always to evolve. Prayer is something about which we should never stop learning.

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