“Salmon in the Classroom” inaugural year at Sacred Heart Academy goes swimmingly
Danielle McGrew Tenbusch
Diocese of Saginaw Office of Catholic Schools
Jill Albaugh had a wish. More specifically, she had several “wish list” items. To her surprise, generous Sacred Heart Academy alumni stepped in immediately to grant her wish— and more.
“I always wanted to hatch the salmon and have them in the classroom and the cost was ... very high,” said Albaugh, who has taught science for 27 years at both public and Catholic schools.
Letter from Superintendent Cormac Lynn regarding MANS Public Policy Day
Superintendent of Catholic Schools Cormac Lynn shared the following letter with school and parish leaders, faculty, staff and families following the Public Policy Day hosted by the Michigan Association of Non-public Schools (MANS) on March 23.
Catholic school educators and faculty gather for prayer and professional development
On Monday, March 6, Catholic school teachers, faculty and staff gathered for a diocesan-wide professional development day at the Center for Ministry in Saginaw.
Nouvel Catholic Central High School alum writes, directs play to be performed locally
Photo: Playwright and guest director Jose Perez IV directs a scene of "Very Berry Dead," which will premiere at Saginaw Valley State University. |. Michael Randolph, SVSU
Story courtesy of Saginaw Valley State University
Jose Perez IV, the author and director of Saginaw Valley State University’s next theatre performance, “Very Berry Dead,” is no stranger to the Great Lakes Bay Region. The multifaceted talent grew up in Saginaw, graduating from Nouvel Catholic Central before completing bachelor’s and master’s degrees in drama.
Catholic Schools Week 2023 filled with fun and faith
We are thankful to God that the 911 active shooter call at Nouvel Catholic Central High School in Saginaw on Tuesday was a hoax and that all students, faculty and staff are safe.
Join our Catholic School community in prayer
You are invited to join our Catholic School community in prayer this Catholic Schools Week.
It's time to celebrate Catholic Schools Week!
Mass with Bishop Gruss, a faith parade, construction of a roller coaster, a “powderbuff” volleyball game, Catholic quiz bowl, a family carnival and much more … it must be time to celebrate Catholic Schools Week!
Excellence in Teaching Award is open for nominations
The Office of Catholic Schools is pleased to announce annual Excellence in Teaching Award for the 2022-23 academic year. This award is intended to recognize and celebrate the positive impact that Catholic school teachers in the Diocese of Saginaw make in the lives of their students, schools, and communities. The award seeks to recognize teachers who exemplify what it means to be a Catholic educator. Recipients will receive a $2,500 gift in recognition of their contributions to their school.
Update on Let MI Kids Learn
Superintendent of Schools Cormac Lynn released the following statement regarding the Let MI Kids Learn petition drive.
New website helps parents discover what a Christ-centered education would mean for their child
One of the most important decisions any parent can make is where to send their child to school. Today, the Diocese of Saginaw’s Office of Catholic Schools is pleased to announce the launch of a new website, greatlakesbaycatholicschools.com, to help families discover what a Christ-centered education could mean for their child.