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Catholic Schools Week

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Recognizing Excellence Awards Gala

The successes of our Catholic schools and their students would not be possible without the selfless support of our committed educators, administrators, clergy, and lay partners in the community. This year, we are holding our first annual Recognizing Excellence Awards Gala at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord on June 22, 2017. We hope you will consider joining us at this exciting event when we will officially honor our School Leader of the Year, Clergy Member of the Year, Community Partner of the Year and most especially our Teacher of the Year. Please read the award descriptions and use the links below to nominate someone you think deserves to receive this special recognition. The deadline to submit your nomination is March 17, 2017. If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Catholic Schools Office at (603) 663-0140. Thank you.

2017 Spirit of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Award Nomination Form

2017 Spirit of St. John Baptist de la Salle Award Nomination Form

2017 Spirit of St. Katharine Drexel Award Nomination Form

2017 Spirit of St. John Vianney Award Nomination Form

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Recent News 

The following post is contributed by Ronald D. Fussell, Ed.D, Associate Superintendent. Dr. Fussell will be presenting at the Institute of Catholic School Leaders in July on Bridging the Gap Between Lay Education Formation and Catholic School Identity. Read more

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The mission of Catholic Schools in New Hampshire is to prepare students through the sacraments, sacred scripture, Catholic tradition, and high academic standards, and to inspire them to become transformative leaders working toward a more just and peaceful world. Learn more about Catholic schools in the links below.

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Diocese of Manchester
The Catholic Church in New Hampshire

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