DIA SchoolsTHE CENACLE
JULY 1, 2021 ISSUE
Feast of St. Junipero Serra
Welcome from DIA Executive Director, Kyle M. Pietrantonio
Overview Ozark Catholic Academy opened in 2018 and is the only independent, Catholic high school in the Northwest Arkansas region. OCA seeks to educate students’ mind, body and soul with challenging academics and faculty members, competitive sports programs, and a...
Already, ten episodes of “Follow to Lead” are live! Which is your favorite? Suggest future content!
In addition to their individual projects, the DIA Fellows participated in a monthly book discussion. What did they learn and how did the content influence their roles?
Father Paul Kostka, Servants of Jesus Christ and DIA’s Chaplain, reminds us that now is the time to plan for meaningful formation opportunities for our students.
Learn about three of the inaugural DIA Fellows from Atlanta, Houston and Topeka: what they’re striving to achieve through the Fellowship and how they hope to contribute to their cohort and their schools.
Launching into our second year of DIA Schools Collaborative memberships will be even more exciting than our first year. With post-pandemic excitement, schools and dioceses are invited to “go deeper” with us. Learn how you can maximize the resources in this network through events and membership in 2021-2022.
Feast of Saint Katherine DrexelMarch 3, 2021 Dear Collaborators, I wrote the last welcome letter to The Cenacle with Advent underway and a brief reflection on my oldest child’s eagerness to begin lighting our family’s Advent wreath. Well, here we are in the...
Twice a year, the Board members of DIA convene a Founders’ Forum in which confidential and challenging issues facing our Catholic schools are discussed. The second ever Forum was held Friday morning, February 26.
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