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#WhereACETakesYou Events with ACE Teaching Fellows

on Wednesday, 26 August 2020.

Where ACE Takes You Events

Thanks for your interest in our Where ACE Takes You series!

Each week, we will feature a panel of ACE graduates, ACE interns, and ACE ambassadors. They will share formative college experiences and communities that led them to ACE Teaching Fellows. We encourage you to look for a topic that aligns with your personal interests and join the conversation to learn more.

Sign up below and check back after each event to watch the recording. We look forward to seeing you there!

Problem-Solving with Passion

Kenna Arana on Wednesday, 24 February 2021.

Brynn Johnson - Problem-Solving with Passion

The past year has left many feeling drained, but teachers like Brynn Johnson, a fifth- and sixth-grade science teacher at the Academy of the Sacred Heart in New Orleans, persist in teaching with passion and a readiness to problem-solve.

“I applaud all teachers everywhere because there was this huge moment where all teachers had to come together and collectively figure out what we do now,” says Brynn, who taught in Birmingham as part of ACE 14. “It’s real-life problem-solving, and it’s happening on a day-to-day basis.”

Introducing Anchor Point and Grace Period, Spiritual Resources from ACE

on Wednesday, 17 February 2021.

Grace Period Anchor Point, Spiritual Resources from the Alliance for Catholic Education

As teachers and school leaders face these days of darkness, the Alliance for Catholic Education invites you to join us as we walk toward the light that our faith tells us lies ahead.

Each Monday, join us for Grace Period, a weekly series of audio reflections by Fr. Lou DelFra, CSC, designed to meet your busy schedule as teachers and educators and help you pause, listen for God’s voice in your life, and begin anew.

And each day, we invite you to pray Anchor Point, a daily prayer to proclaim God’s love to begin the day and proclaim God’s faithfulness as the day draws to a close.

We pray that each of you find grace in each day, and we thank you for all you do for Catholic schools.

Stand Firm in Our Strengths: St. Joseph’s Indian School Named Best Nonprofit of 2020

on Friday, 12 February 2021.

By: Danielle Kucera, St. Joseph’s Indian School

St. Joseph's Indian School COC Best Nonprofit Award

 In 2020, St. Joseph's Indian School—a member of the American Indian Catholic Schools Network (AICSN) demonstrated what it means to be St. Joe Strong to its employees, our community and our state. When it would have been easy to take a "sit tight and see what happens" approach to the pandemic, the organization exercised foresight in every measure. For that, the school was recognized as Best Nonprofit by the Chamberlain-Oacoma Area Chamber of Commerce at an awards gala on Saturday, February 6, 2021.                               

St. Joseph's Indian School Students Enjoy Unique, Virtual Poetry Experience

on Friday, 12 February 2021.

By: Danielle Kucera, St. Joseph’s Indian School

St. Joseph Indian School Visiting Artist L Diggs

(Chamberlain, S.D.) –From February 1 to 5, St. Joseph’s Indian School—a member of the American Indian Catholic Schools Network (AICSN)—welcomed Lawrence Diggs back to campus as part of the South Dakota Arts Council Artists in Schools & Communities Program. Diggs is a well-known writer, designer and editor from Roslyn, S.D. He has worked in radio, television and public performance for more than 40 years. He is the designer and editor of the South Dakota State Poetry Society’s annual chapbook.

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