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AICSN Hosts Nigerian Sisters from St. Paul's Mission Grade School in Hays, Montana

on Monday, 01 July 2019.

By: Collin Gortner

Less than a year ago, five Catholic sisters from Nigeria arrived to teach at St. Paul’s Mission Grade School in Hays, Montana. The sisters—Sister Lilian Onovo, Sister Helen Onah, Sister Veronica Okachi, Sister Monica Iroakazi, and Sister Mary Charles (pictured left to right)—were born, raised, and educated in Nigeria, and the 2018-19 school year was their first time visiting and living in the United States.   

spACEs - Episode One: Sliding Doors

Audrey Scott on Friday, 28 June 2019.

spACEs: An ACE Podcast Adventure

Welcome to spACEs: An ACE Podcast Adventure! Our episodes feature stories about the unexpected things that happen to you and around—shared through a Catholic lens. 

ACE Retreat Welcomes 17 Superintendents to Campus

Theo Helm on Friday, 28 June 2019.

Superintendent Retreat

Superintendents from 17 (arch)dioceses gathered over three days earlier this month for the Alliance for Catholic Education’s first superintendent retreat. Led by Sr. Kathleen Carr, CSJ, ACE’s senior director of partnerships, the group shared time together reflecting on their unique roles in Catholic schools.

Record Numbers Attend ACE’s Latino Enrollment Institute 2019

Audrey Scott on Thursday, 27 June 2019.

Latino Enrollment Institute

The Latino Enrollment Institute (LEI) welcomed 92 schools from 44 (arch)dioceses this month – its largest group ever – as part of its annual conference to equip schools with strategies to serve Latino families.

ESS Student Honored for Research; Helps Secure Funding for Native Schools

on Wednesday, 15 May 2019.

Katie Ward ESS Frabutt Award

Katie Ward, a Notre Dame senior and future member of ACE 26, was recently awarded the 2019 Frabutt Prize for Outstanding Community-Based Research in recognition of her research on the intersection of Catholic identity and Native spirituality in three Native American Catholic schools.

Ward, an Education, Schooling and Society (ESS) minor, traces her interest in Native American education as far back as high school, during which she spent a week in an experiential learning course at Red Cloud Indian School in South Dakota. Her experiences in the third-grade classroom began to shape her academic interest in Native American education systems.

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