October 2017 News

Recap: Mid-Atlantic Professional Development Day

On Friday, September 29, the NativityMiguel Coalition held its Fall Mid-Atlantic Regional PD Day.  Over 20 participants from 9 member schools gathered at St. James School for a tour, followed by morning sessions of best practices in academics, development, and Graduate Support.

We joined the students and faculty for a delicious lunch and outdoor recess.


In the afternoon, Dr. Jeanne Felter of Thomas Jefferson University presented on Trauma Informed Education and how schools can help children heal.


There were two more Best -Practice sessions before we ended the day with a group picture.



A special thank you to the students, faculty and staff of St. James School for opening their doors to  share, collaborate, network!

Our next regional PD Day is scheduled for November 20th, hosted by St. Martin de Porres for the Northeast Region. More details to come!


National Leadership Conference 2017

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We are a little under two weeks away from our National Leadership Conference in Boston, MA. Both Mother Caroline Academy and Epiphany School will open their doors to over 50 registered participants! Click here to view the agenda.


Alumni Spotlight


Jerell, class of 2013, shares some thoughts on his time at St. Martin De Porres School in New Haven Connecticut.

“Saint Martin’s gives you opportunities in life. They teach you that with hard work and education you can take advantage of those opportunities. I didn’t understand that before coming to SMPA. It’s all about helping kids achieve things they would not be achieving if they didn’t come here.”

Click here to read his full reflection.


If you’d like to share a story about your school community, please email Danny Perez at dperez@nativitymiguel.org

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