Parochial parochial schools of massachusetts Click on schools to enter their websites(note parochial schools are listed alphabetically by cities and towns) . http://www.parochial.com/massachusetts/list.html
Parochial School Directory List of links to parochial schools around the world.Category Society Religion and Spirituality K through 12 massachusetts; Michigan; Minnesota; Mississippi; Missouri; Montana; Nebraska; Nevada;New Hampshire; There are 7784 parochial schools througout the United States which http://www.parochial.com/
DEPARTMENT OF GREEK EDUCATION - PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS Greek Orthodox parochial day schools maintain nurseries Founded 1907 Preschoolto eighth grade 2002-2003 enrollment 92 massachusetts Hellenic American http://www.goarch.org/en/archdiocese/departments/greekeducation/parochial.asp
Extractions: There are 23 Greek Orthodox parochial day schools functioning in the United States with an enrollment of 4,370 students for the current school year 2002-2003. Greek Orthodox parochial day schools maintain nurseries, pre-school centers, kindergartens, elementary and secondary grades and adhere to local and state-mandated curricula. There are, however, those that exclusively offer early childhood programs. For information on how to establish an early childhood program within the framework of a parish, please contact the Archdiocesan Office of Education at (212) 774-3553. ALABAMA
Web66: International School Web Registry parochial schools. Elementary schools 423. St. Charles Borromeo Elementary Arlington,Virginia USA 26. Brockton Christian School Brockton, massachusetts USA 27. http://web66.coled.umn.edu/Schools/Lists/Parochial.html
Parochial Schools For Franco-American Women This page contains presentations given at a panel on parochial schooling for FrancoAmerican women, those who attended and those who did not. or Didn't She? Franco-American Women in parochial schools" panel with members of the Franco-American Women's My aunts who came from massachusetts for the holiday were always very http://www.fawi.net/proceed.html
Extractions: On The Panel: Did She Or Didn't She-I Didn't By Amy Bouchard Morin It was very difficult for me to speak on how not going to Parochial School affected me. Since I didn't attend, I don't know. I can only work through it with words and see what comes out. I do know that I mostly liked the nuns that I had contact with. I attended CCD (Sunday school) after the 9 o'clock mass every Sunday until I was in high school, and then we had our CCD classes on Monday evening. Our classes consisted of learning from the Baltimore Catechism by rote...memorizing questions and the answers to them, and being able to spew them out the following week at CCD. I always studied my lesson and was a good spewer so I received a lot of little holy pictures (They were given by the nun each week if you knew your lessons.) You see my experiences were really quite good. I didn't have any Sister Hitlers in my life. I have spoken with Maman, who attended parochial school in Lille, as well as Mount Mercy Academy in Waterville. She said that most of the nuns were very nice. They were extremely strict (which is not news to anyone who knew nuns), but mostly they were fair and that she felt she received a good education. She remembers one of the nuns (who must have been quite young) would play ball or games with the children on the playground. That didn't last long because an older nun made her stop. Maman heard that the nun was told it wasn't dignified or appropriate and that she would lose respect. What a shame and loss for the children as well as the nun.
New Print Page Template The parochial day schools, which operate Sellountou Founded 1907 Preschool toeighth grade 20012002 enrollment 61 massachusetts Hellenic American http://www.goarch.org/en/archdiocese/departments/greekeducation/parochial.asp?pr
Extractions: August 16, 2002 A Proposal by Carla Howell. Government central planning destroyed the Soviet economy. Government central planning decimated Soviet industry and agriculture. Government central planning is devastating Massachusetts Education. There are Five Iron Laws of government central planning. Government Central Planning doesn't work. Government central planning of Education in Massachusetts is a dismal failure. In 1991, the Massachusetts public schools had 834,304 pupils. In 2001, the Massachusetts public schools had 970,290 pupils. Up 16%. In 1991, we spent $4,239,581,293 on public schooling in Massachusetts. In 2001, we spent $7,329,043,588 on public schooling in Massachusetts. Up 73%.
Extractions: get things done agencies elected officials Select Program Area DOE HOME Advisory Councils Board of Education Career and Technical Education Charter Schools Compliance/Monitoring Curriculum Frameworks/Institutes Dual Enrollment Early Learning Services Education Reform Educational Technology Educator Licensure Tests (MTEL) Educator Licensure Employment Opportunities ETIS Family Literacy Forms Directory General Educational Development Grants: Information Information Services Health, Safety and Student Support Services MCAS MECC - (Career Center) "No Child Left Behind" Federal Education Law Nutrition Programs Reading Office School and District Accountability School and District Profiles/Directory School Councils School Finance School-to-Career Education Security Portal Special Education Spread the Word Title I Virtual Education Space - VES Videotapes News District/School Administration Educator Services Assessment/Accountability ... Alternative Education Community Service Learning The Massachusetts Service-Learning Leader Schools program will recognize schools from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for high quality service-learning. In its pilot year, 1998-1999, the program will recognize up to 15 elementary, middle, and high schools for their exemplary integration of student service into the curriculum and the life of the school. Through recognition - and the attendant publicity and peer assistance activities of the recognized schools - this initiative seeks to encourage and increase service-learning opportunities for Massachusetts' students.
News | Emmanuel College | Boston, Massachusetts Lynch Institute, Emmanuel is now developing a model program demonstrating how acollege in partnership with local public and parochial schools can contribute http://www.emmanuel.edu/emmanuelnews/default.asp
Extractions: Cover Story: Loyal friend of Emmanuel College Joseph Corcoran and his family have established an endowed scholarship in honor of Sister Catherine Theresa Corcoran, SC, a 1950 graduate of Emmanuel. A March 11th reception, acknowledging both the generosity of the Corcorans and the devotion of Sister Catherine Theresa to education and scholarship, was attended by graduates of the Class of 1950, the Corcoran family and members of the Emmanuel College community. "Generations of Emmanuel students will be touched by the generosity of the Corcoran family and their love for and respect of their sister, Sister Catherine Theresa," said Sister Janet Eisner, SND in her welcome remarks. "These scholarships will give opportunities to students, particularly from urban schools, who in the words of our founder would not otherwise be able to attend a liberal arts and sciences college." Sister Catherine Theresa, a Sister of Charity of Halifax, was a history major at Emmanuel and went on to receive a master's degree from Villanova and a doctorate from Georgetown. Sister Janet shared a passage about Sister Catherine Theresa from the 1950 Emmanuel yearbook, "She brings the characteristic of stick-at-it-ness, perseverance to her friendships and her studies; she has been voted dauntless, self-assured, as well as benign, devoted with staying-on-the-job power."
Enrollment Policies - Massachusetts Charter Schools Charter schools in massachusetts are subject to certain requirements when Residentsenrolled in district, charter, private or parochial schools or enrolling in http://www.doe.mass.edu/charter/news/2003/0210memo.html
Extractions: get things done agencies elected officials Select Program Area DOE HOME Advisory Councils Board of Education Career and Technical Education Charter Schools Compliance/Monitoring Curriculum Frameworks/Institutes Dual Enrollment Early Learning Services Education Reform Educational Technology Educator Licensure Tests (MTEL) Educator Licensure Employment Opportunities ETIS Family Literacy Forms Directory General Educational Development Grants: Information Information Services Health, Safety and Student Support Services MCAS MECC - (Career Center) "No Child Left Behind" Federal Education Law Nutrition Programs Reading Office School and District Accountability School and District Profiles/Directory School Councils School Finance School-to-Career Education Security Portal Special Education Spread the Word Title I Virtual Education Space - VES Videotapes News District/School Administration Educator Services Assessment/Accountability ... Alternative Education
Extractions: get things done agencies elected officials Select Program Area DOE HOME Advisory Councils Board of Education Career and Technical Education Charter Schools Compliance/Monitoring Curriculum Frameworks/Institutes Dual Enrollment Early Learning Services Education Reform Educational Technology Educator Licensure Tests (MTEL) Educator Licensure Employment Opportunities ETIS Family Literacy Forms Directory General Educational Development Grants: Information Information Services Health, Safety and Student Support Services MCAS MECC - (Career Center) "No Child Left Behind" Federal Education Law Nutrition Programs Reading Office School and District Accountability School and District Profiles/Directory School Councils School Finance School-to-Career Education Security Portal Special Education Spread the Word Title I Virtual Education Space - VES Videotapes News District/School Administration Educator Services Assessment/Accountability ... Contact Us A Report by Rosenblum Brigham Associates for The Massachusetts Department of Education
Extractions: All cities and towns in Massachusetts are required to provide public education starting with kindergarten, and each city and town has its own public school system. These public schools are funded in large part by their own communities and are governed for the most part by local school committees. Because of this local authority, there can be significant differences from school system to school system. For 2001-2002, the age of admittance for kindergarten varies among communities:
Massachusetts Cultural Council Press Room Article The massachusetts Cultural Council is currently evaluating its education programsand, unlike in grades PreK to 12 in public, private and parochial schools. http://www.massculturalcouncil.org/news/press_room/archives/000905.html
The Massachusetts State Treasury parochial schools need to obtain approval from their superintendent. Private andindependent schools need to obtain approval from their dean or headmaster. http://www.state.ma.us/treasury/smc.htm
Extractions: Meet Tim Cahill New Gift Certificate Law Search for Abandoned Property Savings Makes Cents Saving Makes "Cents" is a banking program for elementary school children, which focuses on the ABC's of money management. Local schools and banks work together to teach children basic monetary concepts, including how to open a savings account, the origin of money and basic budgeting skills. Saving Makes "Cents", partnering with over 170 financial institutions, is now in over 400 schools accross the Commonwealth. The State Treasurer's office provides an educational curriculum, which is taught by classroom teachers and bank representatives. In addition, a bank representative works with the teacher to establish opportunities for students to open savings accounts and make deposits right at their school. Saving Makes "Cents" is an educational and fun program adaptable for children in grades 3 through 6. Become a part of tomorrow's future today!
CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Sioux City (Catholic Encyclopedia)Category Society Religion and Spirituality S in the diocese, threefourths are in parochial schools. education in the publicschools of Lowell John's Church, Worcester, massachusetts, he was appointed http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/14016a.htm
Extractions: Home Encyclopedia Summa Fathers ... S > Sioux City A B C D ... Z DIOCESE OF SIOUX CITY (SIOPOLITAN). Sisters of Christian Charity , Sisters of St. Dominic, Sister of St. Francis (Dubuque, Iowa), Franciscan Sisters (Clinton, Iowa), Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, School Sisters of St. Francis, Presentation Nuns, Servants of Mary, Sister of St. Benedict, Sisters of Mercy, Sisters of the Good Shepherd. PHILIP J. GARRIGAN
CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Manchester, Diocese Of (Catholic Encyclopedia)Category Society Religion and Spirituality M His early education was obtained at the parochial schools of Manchesterand at Holy Cross College, Worcester, massachusetts. On http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/09584b.htm
Extractions: Home Encyclopedia Summa Fathers ... M > Diocese of Manchester A B C D ... Z (MANCHESTERIENSIS) A suffragan of the Archdiocese of Boston, U.S.A. The city of Manchester is situated on the Merrimac River, in the State of New Hampshire, and was granted its charter 10 July, 1846. Its population is about 70,000, nearly three-fifths of which is Catholic. There are in the city nine large Catholic churches with flourishing parish schools. There are also two small churches, a succursal chapel of the cathedral, and a Ruthenian Catholic church. The Diocese of Manchester was established 4 May, 1884, by a division of the Diocese of Portland which had included both Maine and New Hampshire. It comprises the entire State of New Hampshire, an area of 9305 sq. miles. The total population of the diocese is 412,000, of which 126,034 are Catholics. Christian education of children and in charitable work. John Bernard Delany, second Bishop of Manchester, born 9 Aug., 1864, in Lowell, Massachusetts; died 11 June, 1906; pursued his classical and philosophical studies at Holy Cross College, Worcester, Massachusetts, and Boston College, from which he was graduated in June, 1887. He studied for the priesthood at St. Sulpice, Paris, where he was ordained 23 May, 1891. He served as curate at St. Anne's Church, Manchester, and the Immaculate Conception Church, Portsmouth, and in 1898 came to the cathedral at Manchester as chancellor of the diocese and secretary to Bishop Bradley. While serving in this capacity he founded the "Guidon", a Catholic monthly magazine and the official organ of the diocese, of which he was editor till his elevation to the episcopate (6 July, 1904). His consecration took place 8 Sept., 1904.
Chicago Fact Book: Education parochial schools. Top US Business schools. UniversityChicago (Kellogg) 4. Universityof Pennsylvania-Philadelphia (Wharton) 5. massachusetts Institute of http://www.ci.chi.il.us/PlanAndDevelop/ChgoFacts/Edu.html
Extractions: Return to Index In addition to having the nation's most improved public school system, Chicago has the country's largest parochial school system, as well as two of the nation's top colleges for post-secondary business education. Number of Schools. . . . . . . . . . . .596 Elementary . . . . . . . . . . . 498 Regular. . . . . . . .392 Magnet . . . . . . . . 33 Middle Schools . . . . 28 Community Academies. . 24 Special Schools. . . . 13 Charter. . . . . . . . 7 Secondary. . . . . . . . . . . . 98 General/Tech./Medical. 48 Magnet . . . . . . . . 12 Special Schools. . . . 13 Community Academies. . 8 Vocational . . . . . . 7 Charter. . . . . . . . 6 Enrollment. . . . . . . . . . . . . 435,470 Preschool . . . . 19,067 Special Ed. . . . . 2,726 Kindergarten. . . .33,733 Elementary. . . . 283,755 High School . . . .96,189 SOURCE: Chicago Public Schools, 2001
Canards But this was a massachusetts affair, and New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey tendedto let parochial schools handle whatever education was wanted, while the http://www.geocities.com/etymonline/cw/canards.htm
Extractions: The Civil War YANKEE CANARDS One of the oft-heard put-downs of the Old South was its lack of education, by which is usually meant free public education, which was well-established in New England and the Mid-Atlantic states by 1860, but had barely dented the South. Thus, we believe that the South was uneducated. Yet literacy among white Southerners before the war was more than 80 percent, slightly below that of Northerners but better than Britain or any European country except Sweden and Denmark. Certainly the Northern conquest didn't help matters for Southern education. Fifteen years after the war ended, white literacy showed no noticeable gain and 70 percent of Southern blacks still could not read. Now look at the big picture. The free school movement had roots in Massachusetts. The Calvinist doctrines of the Congregational church required learned ministers and emphasized the necessity of each individual's reading the Bible. Consequently, compulsory education had begun to be mandated there as far back as 1642.
Massachusetts State Science Fair The massachusetts State Science Fair (MSSF) gives students throughout the Each year,young scientists from public, private and parochial schools (Grades 912 Category Science Educational Resources Regional Contests http://www.scifair.com/
Extractions: People Behind Fair MSSF, Inc. Regional Fairs Sponsors/Donors Related Links Entering the Fair Important Dates Registration Project Categories Training Program ... 2003 Entry Forms Your SciFair Project How To Manual Timeline for Project Choosing a Topic Rules for Projects ... The Display An Opportunity for Students to Learn ... Exhibit at this year's fairs! Our 54th year of promoting inquiry, excitement and fun in science and technology, this is the official web site for the Mass State Science Fair. The Massachusetts State Science Fair (MSSF) gives students throughout the Commonwealth a special opportunity to compete for college scholarships, awards, honors programs and other exciting prizes. But better yet, it brings them something even more precious: a valuable learning experience. Each year, young scientists from public, private and parochial schools (Grades 9-12) pursue specialized fields of science by working on individualized research projects, either as part of their core curriculum or through independent study. These projects broaden scientific awareness, and allow students to delve deeply into areas of their own special interests giving them a chance to explore, to gather information, to arrive at conclusions and to present ideas in a competitive public forum.
Registration Two Ways To Enter The massachusetts State Science Fair is open to students fromall public, private and parochial schools (Grades 912) throughout the state. http://www.scifair.com/register.htm
Extractions: Home Page People Behind Fair MSSF, Inc. Regional Fairs Sponsors/Donors Related Links Entering the Fair Important Dates Registration Project Categories Judging Criteria ... 2003 Entry Forms Your SciFair Project How To Manual Timeline for Project Choosing a Topic Rules for Projects ... The Display Registration Fun to Participate The Massachusetts State Science Fair is open to students from all public, private and parochial schools (Grades 9-12) throughout the state. All schools are encouraged to enter by sending a student delegate. In addition, if a student is a top winner at a Regional Fair, he or she is automatically eligible to participate in the State Fair. Each Regional Fair may send up to 40 students as long as the students are certified by the Regional Fair Chairperson. A school may also send an additional delegate if the original delegate is a top Regional Fair winner. Easy to Enter At the beginning of the school year, MSSF mails a current informational state science fair packet to Science Departments in all public, private and parochial high schools in the Commonwealth. Upon receipt, the designated school representative is encouraged to fill out and return the reply card indicating the school's interest and plans to send students to the Massachusetts State Science Fair.