Many of staff members give of their time and money to provide for students’ basic needs throughout school year.
What really matters in the end, is that we are giving from the heart.
An anonymous donor paid for 212 Norwalk students to see the movie “Wonder” at the theater.
Norwalk Catholic School has been reflecting on its long history.
Here’s how Pleasant Elementary students, parents and staff “pay it forward.”
If we tell our children that school is important, we stress that good study habits are vital to the success of learning.
What do we do if the results don’t meet our expectations?
Teen Leadership Corps was created by St. Paul graduate, the late Mary Ann Creamer.
Productive conferences take careful planning on the part of both parents and teachers.
What a complicated and stressful time to be a child.
Pleasant Elementary principal provides insight on how to prepare your child for a successful school year.
Norwalk Catholic School’s new elementary principal pens “School Matters” column for newspaper.
Do you know how your child has branded him or herself?
As a parent, watching your children work their way through the uncomfortable is truly a test of nerve like no other.
Maplehurst Elementary principal discusses character trait development.