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ACE Advocates Kicks Off Young Professionals Board in Chicago to Help Catholic Schools

on Thursday, 28 September 2017.

By: The ACE Advocates Team

Chicago ACE Advocates Young Professional Board

ACE Advocates kicked off an initiative on Sept. 13 to channel the energy of enthusiastic supporters in Chicago to directly help students in Catholic schools as members of the new ACE Advocates Chicago Young Professionals Board.

Matt Vereecke: Facilitating Close Connections

on Thursday, 13 July 2017.

By: Lauren Kloser

Matt Vereecke, Superintendent Diocese of Dallas

Matt Vereecke, the Superintendent of Catholic Schools in Dallas, knew that when he moved from schoolteacher to superintendent, he would be giving up the daily personal interactions with his students. 

Megan Adzima: Finding Joy in Challenge

on Wednesday, 12 April 2017.

Written by Lauren Kloser

Megan Adzima Finding Joy in Challenge

Megan Adzima was going to do this for Joy. She wasn’t feeling particularly joyful thinking about it; in fact, she was feeling a little nervous and a little awkward. But if energetic toe touches with high kicks and enthusiastic renditions of “Waves of Mercy” with choreographed dance moves for high schoolers was what Joy required, then Megan was going to shed her self-consciousness and dive right in.

Two ACE Graduates Recognized as "Rising Stars"

on Monday, 06 March 2017.

Jillian Bugos and Patrick Schmitz, both of ACE 21, were honored by Step Up for Students

Jillian Bugos Patrick Schmitz Rising Starts Step Up for Students

Teachers have the unique opportunity to be the architects of their classrooms. Great teachers create a community of learning that encourages a growth mindset, engages curious minds, and reminds students of their dignity both in and out of the classroom. In this kind of environment, teachers foster relationships that allow each student to take ownership of their learning. Creating this sort of classroom is not an easy task and takes a dedicated, intentional teacher.

Stephanie Becker: Creating Connections for a More Joyous World

on Wednesday, 18 January 2017.

By: Lauren Kloser

Steph Becker Mt. Carmel-Holy Rosary Schools Partnership NYC

For Stephanie Becker, no step on her journey as a Catholic educator has been alone. As she has worked to become the Academic Dean for Mt. Carmel-Holy Rosary School, a Catholic school that is a part of the Partnership Schools Network in New York City, she has found that each stop on her way has been supported by those who inspired Steph to a fuller and more joyful participation in the mission of Catholic education.

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