Saint Jeanne de Lestonnac School Blog
15 minutes each day spent in God’s presence – reading, reflecting, responding and resting with his Word – adds up to 90 hours in one year. That is time well spent, and a testimony to how a little at a time turns into something remarkable!
The issue is that mastery is typically NOT required before students move on to new content in today’s classroom. Students “pass” at a 70 percent proficiency level in a subject, but they are advanced with a 30 percent knowledge gap.
Catholic social teaching is clear on the shared responsibility of parents’ rights...
Playtime. Downtime. Family time.
Guiding students to create on an ongoing cycle of growth in self-regulation starts with having them set explicit goals for themselves. By Maurice J. Elias
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