Always Look for the Helpers

“My mother used to say, whenever there would be a real catastrophe that was in the movies or on the air, she would say: ‘Always look for the helpers, there will always be helpers.’ … Because if you look for the helpers, you’ll know that there’s hope.” Mr. Rogers While I have very fond memories […]

Webinar: Transitioning to Distance Learning

As we transition to distance learning, we have to accept that a little help is needed. This is in regards to managing, establishing routines, being disciplined and navigating through all of the online platforms with little to no problems. The National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) has organized a free webinar to help you master the […]

New York State Testing Programs Suspended

Due to the ongoing battle with COVID-19 (Coronavirus), the Board of Regents Chancellor Betty A. Rosa and Interim State Education Commission Shannon Tahoe have decided to suspend the following New York State testing programs for the rest of the school year: New York State Grades 3-8 English Language Arts Test New York State Grades 3-8 […]

COVID-19: How to Inform and Reassure Your Child

It’s important to keep your children informed about the world around them. With news of the Coronavirus spreading faster each day, children may easily feel confused, worried, and overwhelmed. They may wonder, what’s happening? What is the Coronavirus? How will it affect my family and me? Don’t leave your children in the dark. Instead, establish […]