Catholic Schools Week 2016

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At this time each year, Catholic Schools Week is celebrated. Catholic Schools Week is a time dedicated to the enduring value of Catholic education. It honors the long-term benefits Catholic education has provided countless young people and society at-large. Building community awareness and announcing the success of Catholic education, Catholic Schools Week commemorates the effort and continued support of students, families, faculty, staff and stakeholders of Catholic education for the 21st century.

Margaret Lyons, Superintendent of Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Cleveland shares, “Faith-based Catholic Schools provide a safe, secure, and nurturing environment, and csw-graphicoffer a rigorous curriculum resulting in outstanding student achievement. We are proud of our shared parent, school and community partnerships, and of the inherent sense of community service that we foster among our students.”

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