One of the benefits of a strong mentoring program is a strong school community. Students become more aware of the consequences of their actions and how their work affects others. At Mazzuchelli Catholic Middle School, mentors encourage students to grow as individuals and as a community, and in the case of missteps or defeats, mentors…

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A Student’s Perspective on Wahlert’s Support for Social-Emotional Health   The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in the spring of 2020 brought widespread disruption to students across the country. With the shift to virtual learning, as well as additional stress from social media, socio-political tensions and academic pressures, it’s no surprise that more high school…

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AP scores for students around the country were released last week, and when administrators reviewed Wahlert Catholic’s data, two things were apparent. 1) Wahlert’s spring virtual learning plan paid dividends in our students’ AP results, and 2) we have the first high school academic indicators demonstrating clear benefits of personalized learning.   When Iowa schools…

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As educators everywhere collectively scramble to prepare plans for a safe and meaningful return to school amid the mounting challenges of a global pandemic, I’m proud of the groundwork Holy Family has laid to prepare our students for any eventuality.   Children today are growing up in a rapidly changing world. They will meet head-on…

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Wahlert Catholic High School Announces New Academic Innovation Coordinator Holy Family is pleased to welcome Ms. Mariah Reeves to the Wahlert Catholic High School community as their new academic innovation coordinator, beginning on July 1. Ms. Reeves brings a wealth of innovative programming expertise, which will help in the growth and improvement of personalized learning…

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