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Leading With Faith in the Classroom

May 11th, 2018|Uncategorized|

By Shanya Perera, K4 teacher at St. Roman Parish School The freedom to follow Christ without persecution, oppression and death is an anomaly and a blessing many of us take for granted. Certainly, the freedom [...]

Teaching Today: More than Just Reading, Writing and Arithmetic

May 9th, 2018|Seton Careers, St. Catherine School, Work at Seton|

By Kelly Bradley, middle school teacher at St. Catherine’s School My name is Mr. Kelly Bradley, and I am a middle school math instructor at Saint Catherine School. Additionally, I coach high school football, and [...]

Everyone Can Grow

May 7th, 2018|Mary Queen of Saints, Seton Careers|

As we celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week, we thank all of our teachers for the gift of Catholic education that they provide to our students and families.  They help students strive for academic growth in a [...]

Lessons Learned from the Closing of Jubilee Schools

May 2nd, 2018|Uncategorized|

By Dr. William Hughes, Ph.D., Chief Academic Officer Our Chief Academic Office, Dr. William Hughes, reflects on the closing of the once promising Jubilee Catholic Schools in Memphis, Tennessee in this blog post that was [...]

A Letter to First Year Teachers

April 27th, 2018|Uncategorized|

By Brianne Kashak, first grade teacher, Prince of Peace School I am a first grade teacher at Prince of Peace School, a Seton Catholic School. This is my second year of teaching, so I am [...]

Teaching, Leading and Impacting Latino Students

April 2nd, 2018|Seton Careers, St. Rafael the Archangel School|

By Elizabeth Aviles, St. Rafael the Archangel Middle School Teacher A Journey of Support Teaching is an exciting, rewarding, and fulfilling adventure. However, without the right support, it can be overwhelming. My first year teaching [...]

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