3rd Annual "Soles for Catholic Education" Walk
Saturday, October 17, 2015
Archdiocese of Milwaukee Elementary School Curriculum
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Information about Common Core State Standards for Archdiocese of Milwaukee
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To Teach as Jesus Did:
Within the past weeks, safety has become a topic of increasing concern in the city of Milwaukee, where multiple homicides have occurred in a matter of a few days and a record number since the beginning of 2015. Community, civic, and church leaders are more serious than ever in trying to come to grips with both causes and solutions for the spiraling problem of violence in our midst.
By Kathleen Cepelka, Superintendent of Catholic Schools
The following ten challenges for our Archdiocesan schools are also, in many individual cases, our major blessings. As both challenges and blessings, they form a vision for Catholic education that, I believe, can be ours to strive for and to cherish:
► Continue reading the Vision 2014
Catholic School FAQs
Q: Our family is not practicing the Catholic faith, but we want to send our children to a Catholic school. Are we welcome?
A: Catholic schools have a rich tradition of welcoming and educating all students. Children of all traditions are welcome in Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic schools. Approximately 18% of elementary students are non-Catholic, and 25% of high school students are non-Catholic.
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