Radio show guest Fr. Jim Parker fr_parkerconveys the deeper meaning behind the loving atmosphere of the school and how the children are encouraged to be “living tabernacles”. Mike Puttin, Interim Principal and Assistant Principal, explain how the children experience an exceptional feeling at home here, even for those that are new. Two teachers, Kelly Carlson and Lisa Baier, explain the philosophy that “We all have Christ in us.” This value is instilled in the children’s hearts through the many programs they offer. Special guest Mary DeBlock who is an original teacher from the school, speaks about the approach they take to “Educate the Whole child”. Parents and students engage in a light-hearted game competition to round out the show. This inspiring show is valuable for many parents and other schools to hear more about their outstanding methods of teaching.  These methods have been found to be so effective academically and spiritually.

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The new Principal for the 2015-16 school year, Dr. Linda Andrejek, has written a dissertation for Loyola University on revitalizing the Catholic identity of schools.

Click below to read her dissertation:

Revitalizing the Catholic Identity of Schools: Ecclesial Leaders of the Catholic Church on Methods of providing an outstanding Catholic formation and education for students.

Holy Cross Catholic School has some wonderful programs they will be offering this year in order to achieve the following three goals:

Catholic Identity, Academic Excellence, and School Vitality:

Catholic Identity
Monthly Family Masses
Weekly Eucharistic Adoration
Daily Decade of the Rosary
Marian Devotions throughout the year (e.g. May Crowning, Processions, etc.)
Monthly Parent Faith Formation meetings
Traveling Statue of Mary Program
“Catholic Library on Wheels” program
Virtue of the Month program
Religious retreats for teachers, staff, and students throughout the year
Weekly After-School Rosary Club
Academic Excellence:
Monthly Parent Curriculum Nights
Diagnostic testing (in order to differentiate instruction for our students)
Study Island (web-based program to assist students in reading, language arts, and math)
Weekly reading, language arts, and math prompts to prepare students to exceed expectations on standardized tests
Progress-Monitoring testing three times a year to assess student progress in main content areas
Curriculum Mapping to ensure that all skills are mastered by our students in each content area
Differentiation of instruction to ensure that all students receive instruction at their level
Weekly After-School Homework Club
Annual Statewide Young Authors Contest
State Science Fair
School Vitality:
Quarterly awards assemblies
Student of the Month program
“Caught You Being Good” program
Weekly School Newsletter sent to families and parishioners
Outreach to local parishes (who don’t have their own schools) to speak after Masses in order to recruit more students
Outreach to Religious Education families to recruit more students for our school
Weekly After-School Drama Club
Partnerships with local businesses in community (to assist in marketing our school and for scholarships)

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