Tag Archives: Dr. Dan Peters

Catholic school education is the best gift you can give a child

Catholic Schools Week (CSW) is traditionally a week where the Catholic community within the United States honor and celebrate Catholic schools.

Teachers gather at Mass to celebrate a new school year

Teachers, administrators, coaches and staff from grade and high schools across the diocese gathered to celebrate the annual Convocation Mass,

Catholic Schools marketing plan in development

Diocesan Catholic schools will hopefully see increased enrollment over the next three years,

Lamar and Rita Hunt honored with NCEA Elizabeth Ann Seton Award

Every year, the National Catholic Educational Association presents the Elizabeth Ann Seton Award to individuals whose support and/or service impacts Catholic education and the well-being of America’s youth.

Teachers, principals gather for annual Convocation Mass

St. Thomas More Church in south Kansas City was packed Aug. 14, with teachers, principals, coaches and school staff attending the annual Convocation Mass of the new school year.

St. Michael the Archangel High School Begins Its Mission

New building, new tech, new school year—St. Michael the Archangel High School is open and set to start a fresh perspective on Catholic education,

New school will offer Catholic education to more students in the urban core

A new Catholic grade school will be opening this fall, a new grade school in the city’s central core.

Construction set to begin, high school should open in 2017

At long last, construction.

Bring Catholic Schools into the Light

In the 1960s, the number of students in U.S. Catholic schools was over 5.2 million in almost 13,000 schools.

Catholic school system depends on teamwork, collaboration

Superintendent Dr. Dan Peters. Associate Superintendent Pat Burbach. Office Manager Chris Ostrom. Administrative tech assistant LeAnn Lakin.

Tuesday
February 19, 2019
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph