Professional Development & Curriculum Day 2022

The purpose of the day is to provide all Catholic educators an opportunity to learn about topics that align to their school initiatives and improvement goals, ranging from academic instructional presentations, to social-emotional supports for educators.

In consultation with our GRACE teacher leaders and the Executive Principals committee, our curriculum team has put together a day of professional learning that we hope will enhance and support all Catholic educators.

Current Sessions

  • Equity and Justice: Catholic Schools and Equity Focused, Relationship Based Practices (Dave Watson)
  • Digital Safety: Keeping Students and Schools Safe in a Virtual World (Stefanie Hanley)
  • Holocaust for Humanity: Training for MS & HS Teachers on How to Effectively Teach about the Holocaust (Paul Regelbrugge)
  • STEM Projects for a K-8 Classroom: Hands-on STEM instructional options for all classrooms (Kerry Tracy)
  • Ignatian Spirituality Center Presents: Strengthening Catholic Practices for Educators (Dr. Matt Barmore)
  • Early Learning Sessions: Focus on Sensory Processing, Literacy, Math and Learning through Play (Dave Mayer). Registration for this Option is linked in the original email sent to your principal.
  • Literacy in K-5: Incorporating literacy strategies across content areas (Shauna Cogan Richards)
  • Finance for Leaders/Future Leaders (Assistant Superintendent for Operational Vitality, John Sullivan)
  • Serving Students with Neurodiversities (Diverse Learning Committee & Assistant Superintendent Sandy Barton Smith)
  • New Teacher Support: Mid-Year Check in for All New Archdiocesan K-8 Educators (Assistant Superintendent Pam Schwartz and Director of Leadership, Kelly Surapaneni)
  • The Critical Link- Refocusing on Relationships & Belonging (Alana Bell, Fulcrum Foundation) for Advancement & Office Teams
  • Marketing Catholicity in Today’s World (Kristin Moore & Guests) for Advancement, Communications & Admissions Teams

Registration is Open! and closes February 4, 2022.

More information will continue to be updated as we finalize details.

Thank you for your participation and support of this opportunity to learn!