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Pre-K Catholic School student teaches her younger brother a lesson in kindness

Monday, October 12th, 2020

We dare you not to say “awww” after reading this story about an Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School pre-kindergarten student. Mrs. Ashley Jensen, pre-kindergarten teacher at the school, teaches children a lesson about “How to be a Bucket Filler” almost right away when back to school each year. “We learn about filling others’ buckets, […]

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Get to Know: Michael Goetz, Consortium Catholic Schools’ New Executive Director

Friday, August 14th, 2020

In an effort to better get to know the students and staff around our six Catholic schools, we periodically bring you interviews with those who are a part of the Consortium. Below is a Q & A with Mike Goetz, who began in August 2020 as the Executive Director of the Omaha Catholic School Consortium. […]

St. Thomas More Catholic School’s Angel of the Year

Wednesday, June 10th, 2020

For decades, St. Thomas More Catholic School has provided a unique way to encourage discipleship. More than twenty years ago, a former St. Thomas More Catholic School custodian, Barb Godek, began the Angel of God Club at the school.  She wanted to motivate students to behave kinder to each other and to connect such kindness […]

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Get to Know: Lou Halamek, Holy Cross Catholic Class of 1973

Sunday, March 22nd, 2020

Periodically, we feature the accomplishments of alumni who graduated from Consortium schools. Enjoy the below Q&A with Lou Halamek, from the Holy Cross Class of 1973.  Though he has lived in California for the past 30 years, Lou still values his Omaha Catholic school education. (He’s also in the beginning stages of planning a class […]

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Get to Know: Mrs. Mariah Barrett, teacher at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School

Monday, December 16th, 2019

Get to know Mrs. Mariah Barrett Mrs. Barrett (formerly Mrs. Townsend) is a teacher at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School. She celebrated her marriage this Fall. She said, “It has been really sweet seeing my students share in the many joys of wedding planning and seeing them get so excited about their teacher’s big […]

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Get to Know: Laura Bergeron, kindergarten teacher at Sts. Peter and Paul

Thursday, November 21st, 2019

In a continuing effort to get to know more about those who make up our six Consortium schools, we ask students, teachers and priests to tell us more about themselves and share what they love about their school. Enjoy learning about Mrs. Laura Bergeron, kindergarten teacher at Sts. Peter and Paul. She grew up in […]

Get to Know: Mrs. Sarah Glover, teacher at Our Lady of Lourdes

Tuesday, November 12th, 2019

In a continuing effort to get to know more about the students and staff who comprise our Consortium schools, we ask them to tell us more about themselves so we may grow with and pray for each other as a large school and faith community. Learn more about Mrs. Sarah Glover, teacher at Our Lady […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Sean Callahan, Sts. Peter and Paul Class of 1995

Monday, November 4th, 2019

You may recognize his face and name. Sean Callahan has covered Nebraska football since 1999. But did you know, Callahan grew up in Omaha and graduated from Sts. Peter and Paul 1995? He currently is the publisher of HuskerOnline.com, which is a part of the Rivals.com network. In addition, he reports for KETV Channel 7 […]

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Get to Know: Kathy Neville, Holy Cross teacher

Tuesday, October 8th, 2019

In a continuing effort to get to know more about the students and staff who comprise our Consortium schools, we ask them to tell us more about themselves so we may grow with and pray for each other as a large school and faith community. Enjoy the bio below about one long-time Holy Cross teacher. […]

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It’s that time of year again: Terra Nova Testing

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019

In Consortium schools, we administer standardized tests to help us gather data on student achievement – and then apply that data to affect change and growth in our classrooms. The Terra Nova test are designed to assess specific skills and knowledge compared to our Archdiocese of Omaha curriculum standards. We know the following tactics are […]

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