Black History Month is a time when we celebrate and honor the contributions of Black individuals to our society. As an important part of American history, it is essential that we take time to learn about and acknowledge the struggles, achievements, and contributions of Black people. Black History Month assemblies provide a unique opportunity for individuals to come together and celebrate this important cultural event.
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In keeping with Narin’s goal, which was created by a chorus of voices throughout our accreditation process, the Academy is moving forward on our timeline regarding student-family-school communication improvements. At the center of this goal, is Nardin’s efforts to streamline the multiple information systems used both internally and externally to one fully integrated system, Blackbaud.
February is Black History Month, and in keeping with our founders, The Daughters of the Heart of Mary and our Catholic Faith, we will continue to lean into our Nardin Values, including our mission of embracing all.
As a Catholic school, founded by the Daughters of the Heart of Mary, it is crucial as a community that we lift up the importance and distinction of our Catholic Identity. As such, and in partnership with Catholic schools throughout the Nation, Nardin Academy will be celebrating Catholic Schools Week from January 30 - February 3.
As we turn another page in our calendars to November, we find ourselves at that familiar time of year when that distinctive hum can be sensed throughout the school.The newness of the academic year has worn off, student and faculty members are well acquainted, and the educational focus has made that exciting shift from review to new and exciting content and learning.