Leaders at St. Joseph Academy, including President Tabia Jones and Principal Scott Hanson, know that continuous improvement for faculty and staff leads to excellent program outcomes. Recently on a professional development day, leadership brought together SJA teachers to support the ever-evolving needs of students through an ongoing transformative approach to education.
Demonstrating the transformative power of education, ICHS recently inducted students into honor societies. Selected students were inducted into the National Honor Society and others. Congratulations to these young women.
In January, Madonna students continued to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy during a candlelight pilgrimage through campus. Jesse Cox, Director of Campus Ministry, invited the pilgrims to experience the vigil through the lens of the Felician Core Values for Ministry.
After the pilgrimage, winners of the MLK essay and photo contests were announced. The essay contest was a collaborative effort between the Livonia Human Relations Commission and Madonna University.
Jeff Long, President of St. Anne Home in Greensburg, PA, recently shared with Felician Services some incredibly lovely feedback from a recent guest at St. Anne’s. Through a quick read through of the letter, it’s clear that the couple received compassionate care that reflects dignity for all people. Additionally, the couple shares how the experience of staying at St. Anne home transformed them enough that they wrote a letter regarding the experience.
Rachel Miletkov, Director of Development for St. Felix Pantry, recently acknowledged how partnering with community agencies, including Powering New Mexico, ensures that residents of Sandoval County have access to healthy groceries. St. Felix Pantry demonstrates solidarity with people in need through their programs. Deo Gratias, indeed, SFP!