Posted on March 30, 2020 in Student Projects
There's no place like home -- for class, that is. In homes across the Archdiocese, dining tables and living rooms have become classroom central, where students use digital devices every day and follow the same curricula as they would have in their traditional school classrooms.

A family from St. Matthew Catholic School in Topeka (in photo above) is making the best of it, finding time to be together while focusing on getting the work done. Many parents work from home, right alongside their children working on their studies.

Posted on February 5, 2020 in News

Catholic school students, parents, teachers and administrators from throughout the Archdiocese gathered at the Kansas Capitol on Jan. 30 for the 2020 National School Choice Rally for a day of learning and celebration. 

By Chris Miller
Posted on January 23, 2020 in Futures Leadership Council, Impact of Donors

I got involved with the Catholic Education Foundation for one primary reason: to provide a better future for the next generation. The Catholic Education Foundation not only provides an opportunity for students to get a high-quality education (98.7% of students at the CEF-supported high school graduate, compared to 77% of their peers at the neighborhood school) but it gives them a foundation for their spiritual life at the same time.

By Kara DiCarlo
Posted on January 17, 2020 in Impact of Donors

I can remember the first time I prayed in a classroom. I was 28 years old and had just started a Masters program for School Counseling. The act of praying in a classroom was very foreign and felt awkward in many ways. Religion and education did not go hand-in-hand- at least they hadn’t for the first 28 years of my life. Flash forward to present day; I now can’t imagine a day without prayer as I work in a Catholic school, and my husband and I send our daughters to a Catholic school.  

Posted on January 13, 2020 in Futures Leadership Council, Guardian Angel Fund

A scholarship from the Catholic Education Foundation's Guardian Angel Fund is allowing a student to stay in his CEF school after his foster care placement changed, requiring him to move to a new home midway through the school year. Recognizing the challenges of changing homes and schools abruptly, the foster care family opted to keep him in his CEF school, but required scholarship assistance to do so.

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