Imagine it’s the peak of the summer season, and you’re at your current place of employment. Here’s the catch: all the water fountains are broken, the air conditioning gave out, and most of the windows in the building are broken and cannot be opened. Same goes for the windows on your transportation. Your employer has […]Read more "Environmental Factors Identified as a Primary Indicator Impacting Student Achievement"
Listen without interrupting. (Proverbs 18) Speak without accusing (James 1:19) Give without sparing. (Proverbs 21:26) Answer without arguing. (Proverbs 17:1) Pray without ceasing. (Colossians 1:9) Share without pretending. (Ephesians 4:15) Enjoy without complaint. (Philippians 2:14) Trust without wavering. (Corinthians 13:7) Forgive without punishing. (Colossians 3:13) Promise without forgetting. (Proverbs 13:12) from Welcome to Steve Virgadamo’s […]Read more "10 Leadership Lessons from Steven Virgadamo"
Many people trust Catholic high schools to give their children the highest level of education mixed with religion. These schools are built to fit your needs and provide education towards the next level of life. We’ve got a list of some of the top Catholic high schools. Cistercian Preparatory School; Dallas, TX Cistercian […]Read more "Top Catholic High Schools in the United States"
By the time late September rolls around many parents are frustrated that an elementary school child is not eating well at school. Many have already succumbed to that ever-tempting “lunchables” and a bag of chips. Never forget that a child’s meal is a building block to their health and academic success in school. Here are […]Read more "The Fall Semester – Student Nutrition and Scholarly Performance"
Empathy isn’t always taught in schools, but in a lot of ways, it’s one of the most valuable lessons that a child can learn. Learning empathy helps a child show compassion for others, understand that everyone has a unique perspective, keep judgmental thoughts to a minimum, and grow into a healthy, compassionate adult that others […]Read more "How to Develop Empathy in Children"
Leadership is essential to the success of any school. Without proper leadership, there would be no one to plan out the route or direction that the school should be heading in, and there would be no one to guide the district down that path. Not everyone has the ability to be a leader, however, especially […]Read more "Essential Factors for Effective School Leadership"
While children get ready to go back to school, as a parent it’s natural to worry about what this year’s education will look like in the face of the global pandemic. Some schools are returning to in-person classes that are modified to fit within set guidelines, while some offer a hybrid of in-person and online […]Read more "How to Help Your Children Learn During the Pandemic"
A number of schools are saying they have enrollment concerns for 2020-2021 and others are closing prematurely before seeing what the Fall enrollment will be. Steve Virgadamo believes that massive school closings may not all be related to pandemic issues. He believes there are steps you can take, even in the “Normal Next Covid” economy, […]Read more "Enrollment Management – A New Normal or Not?"
In a huge win for Catholic schools, the Supreme Court sided with 3 Montana families who asked the court to declare that excluding religious schools from student aid programs is unconstitutional. The Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue looked at whether the Montana Supreme Court violated the U.S. Constitution when it struck down a tax […]Read more "Hope Springs Eternal"
Choosing a school for your children to go to is an incredibly important decision for a parent to make. You want to select the best possible education for them, but where should you look? Although you could look to your area’s public schools or one of the many private schools that exist, one thing you […]Read more "Why Parents Choose a Catholic Education for Their Children"