Our Lady of Trust Catholic Academy has extended its community outreach by becoming very involved with 4H. In 4H, kids complete hands-on projects in areas like health, science, agriculture and civic engagement in a positive environment where they receive guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on proactive leadership roles.
This trimester our students have been perfecting their computer coding skills and were asked to share their skills with Jarrett Allen of the Brooklyn Nets! The students were honored with a visit to the Nets practice facility where they coded their names with Jarrett Allen and then helped him code a jump shot!
To see how this jump shot turned out for Jarrett Allen, and to support our 4H Club members please tune into NBC 4 and watch the video above that aired on the Saturday edition of the Today Show on March 23rd!
Across the Diocese, principals and teachers have begun to utilize a new tool for success. The Marzano Model for Supervision is designed to increase student engagement and achievement through effective communication and observation. Below is an introduction video featuring Dr. Thomas Chadzutko, Superintendent of Schools and Dr. Elizabeth Frangella, Associate Superintendent for Curriculum and Supervision.
St. Camillus Catholic Academy is dedicated to providing a safe, intimate and nurturing learning environment that is rich in spiritual and academic growth. We strive to meet each child’s individual learning style and ability, support their successes and overcome their weaknesses. For the 2018- 2019 school year we have partnered with Molloy College to capitalize on our small class sizes and concentrate on meeting our students’ needs in the classroom and beyond. The partnership between SCCA and Molloy College was fostered by the Diocese of Brooklyn, especially by our Superintendent, Dr. Thomas Chadzutko. Our partnership began with two professional development days with faculty members from Molloy College in August. Those two days included analysis of diagnostic test data and group discussions about the needs of our students. Several coaching visits, during which Molloy faculty observed the SCCA faculty, provided feedback, and interacted with our faculty and students have already taken place. More have been planned for the future. On Friday, November 2, 2018 Molloy College staff led by Maggie Blair, again, observed our faculty and took active part in lessons. At the end of the day the Molloy faculty facilitated professional development with our faculty. The focus was to current research and higher level thinking strategies to incorporate into our lessons. The ultimate goal is to bring each student to a new level of thinking and learning.
Former Muay Thai champion and current owner of CROM Physical Culture Chris Romulo made an appearance on Tuesday, Oct. 30 at Belle Harbor’s St. Francis de Sales Catholic Academy, where he spoke to 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students about the importance of having heart and doing what it takes to follow their dreams. You can watch a video of the visit below and read the full story here at The Wave