Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Catholic Schools Remaining Week

This week is Catholic Schools Week notes our Archdiocese of Milwaukee.

Last week our Archdiocesan weekly reported Kenosha, Racine focus on middle school collaboration. In Kenosha,
Operating under the umbrella of St. Joseph Academy in Kenosha, officials will slash operating costs by utilizing a single principal and administrative board between St. Mark School and the current St. Joseph High School and Interparish Junior High School.
In Racine
While not combining schools as in Kenosha, Racine St. Catherine High School will be implementing the middle school grades into its program beginning next fall; they already have 25 students registered for the sixth grade class.
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While no schools have acknowledged a plan to shut down or eliminate grades for the 2010-11 academic year, SCHS hopes to be pro-active in having an attractive educational option if such decisions are made.
On that point, the only rumor I heard said to expect school closings under Archbishop Listecki, indicating it was inevitable, not that it is on a hidden agenda of his. And if you read the Faith In Our Future Mission Statement, it's quite broad on what qualifies. It does not literally say it's about keeping more schools open.

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Blogger Dad29 said...

Well, if Abp Listecki keeps Rembert's order that parishes may NOT subsidize their grade schools beyond (IIRC) 50% of costs, then there will be less kiddies, and there will be a reason to close the schools.

As with most unhappy eventualities, the first cause can be found in Rembertine protocols and practices.

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