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Social Studies

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Students enjoy their social studies class where they learn about people and places around the world. It helps them to make connections and understand the things happening in our world.

Scholastic Book Fair

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Students enjoy the annual Scholastic Book Fair where they get to purchase books of interest. This is one of many ways we encourage students to develop a love of reading.

Ash Wednesday Still Stations

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It is a tradition that the seventh grade students present the Still Stations after the Ash Wednesday Mass. It brings our community together as we begin our Lenten Journey.

Isabel's Travel Blog

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Holy Rosary middle school students feed the homeless at Thanksgiving.

IC Happenings

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Immaculate Conception Catholic School is the only school in the Diocese of Savannah that provides 100% special education services to the students enrolled.

Picture of Honorees

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The annual Mass for Promoting Harmony was held on February 23, 2019 as a Black History month celebration.

Major Parish Improvements

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Holy Name of Jesus parish extends their appreciation to the Black and Indian Commission for supporting our capital campaign projects.

Catholic Schools Week March Around Neighborhood

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Catholic School's Week (Jan. 27-Feb. 2) was a tremendous success at Saint Augustine Catholic School in Washington, D.C., the second oldest parish school in the nation’s capital, founded in 1858.

Preparation for Festival

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St. Peter Claver Church hosted its third annual Heritage Festival on the parish patron's feast day, Sunday, September 9th, 2018, immediately following Mass with Bishop John.