Transforming reading instruction with Milwaukee Succeeds

April 13th, 2017|Instructional Leadership, Vision and Values|

William H. Hughes, Ph.D., Chief Academic Officer We believe in the power of partnerships to expand opportunities for students. We are proud of the partnership we have built with Milwaukee Succeeds since spring 2016. Milwaukee [...]

Introducing the Seton Teacher Residency

April 11th, 2017|Instructional Leadership, Seton Careers|

Adam Schmidt, Director of Talent and Strategy Seton Catholic Schools is committed to growing the number of highly effective educators committed to Milwaukee students—and supporting new teachers to be their very best. We wrote about [...]

“Creating Matters” is a guide for our growth

February 23rd, 2017|Instructional Leadership|

William H. Hughes Ph.D., Chief Academic Officer Anderson William’s book Creating Matters is gaining traction.  We are using Creating Matters as a guide in the development of the Seton Catholic Schools Academic Team. Creating Matters [...]

Developing new teachers for Milwaukee

January 17th, 2017|Seton Careers, Uncategorized, Vision and Values|

William H. Hughes, PhD, Chief Academic Officer Behind every great entrepreneur, scientist and civic leader is a teacher who engages, mentors, motivates and instills a belief in students that they can achieve their goals. However, [...]

Video: Student reflections on MLK Day

January 16th, 2017|Vision and Values|

Our students reflect on the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Growing brighter in the new year

January 5th, 2017|Instructional Leadership, Professional Development, Seton Careers, Vision and Values|

William H. Hughes, PhD, Chief Academic Officer, and Adam Schmidt, Director of Talent and Strategy Happy New Year! We’re grateful to be back to school and for the attention and big-hearted acknowledgements Seton Catholic Schools [...]

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