As the calendar turns to September, Catholic schools of the Diocese of Trenton are welcoming back their most precious resources – children, faculty and staff. Traditional instruction, cutting-edge technology and innovative advances in teaching will unite with the most important ingredient of all – the sharing of our Catholic faith. Parents, educators and parish communities prepare to send the students off with prayers and the knowledge that Catholic schools will support them academically and spiritually.

“As we welcome a new school year, a renewed commitment is made each day by administrators and teachers alike to provide an educational environment that will guide students who will be tomorrow’s leaders,” writes JoAnn Tier, Superintendent of Catholic schools, in her message for the annual Back to School supplement from The Monitor. You can read her message in full, here.

This annual special edition aims to help readers manage the transition back into the school year. This year’s supplement is chock full of information about the coming school year – from new school leaders, priorities and trends, to highlights of the ways that the Diocese’s Catholic schools are preparing for an extraordinary and fulfilling year.

Readers can also look forward to the following messages and articles:

If you would like to view the digital edition of the Back to School special edition, please follow this link.

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