If you are reading this blog, I would assume that you are a very generous person. You would not have made it this far on the site if you were not. I will also assume that you are a current supporter of our wonderful Catholic Education Foundation or you are thinking about it. First of all: thank you. You are the type of person that can change a life. Let me share with you how.
This year at Resurrection Catholic School, one of 21 CEF-supported schools, students have become young scientists through the school’s new STEM Club. STEM Club is a science club designed for 5th and 6th grade age students hosted by faculty members Allie Dorsey (5th Grade), Steve Kucharo (6th Grade), and Liz Gonzales (1st Grade). STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. This weekly afterschool event has students discussing STEM topics such as atmosphere, robotics, simple machines, electricity, magnets, chemistry, and more.
Spring break has just ended and we can see the finish line for this school year.
I am excited to let you know that, back by popular demand, is my two-part series. I can tell you are on the edge of your seats with much anticipation!
Per your request, I am responding to your question: “Why should I support the Catholic Education Foundation?” It is a fair question. In our world today, where we all get pulled in many directions, I am glad that you asked and am happy to respond.