Seton Blended Learning

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Seton Partners

Seton Education Partners is a New York-based non-profit education consultancy, which has teamed with eight urban Catholic schools in the United States to bring blended learning technology and instruction into the classroom. Mrs. Kasey Webb serves as New Orleans Manager for Seton's Blended Learning Initiative at St. Rita School.

Blended Learning

Blended learning is a classroom instruction model that blends:

  •   direct instruction from a teacher
  •  collaborative learning among students and
  •  individualized learning on computers or laptops.

Notre Dame Seminary

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Notre Dame Seminary

A neighboring Graduate School of Theology, Notre Dame Seminary has prepared men for ministerial priesthood in the Roman Catholic Church since 1923. Its formation seeks to integrate Intellectual, Spiritual, Apostolic, and Human elements in the men, drawing them closer in relationship with Jesus Christ.

Apostolate Work

Each seminarian serves in an Apostolate -- a work outside of the seminary grounds. The 3rd Theology class of Notre Dame Seminary makes its Apostolate with St. Rita Parish, with nineteen men serving as class chaplains in our school.


 
Isaiah 43 Parenting and Mentoring Program “I have called you by name and you are mine… you are precious in my eyes and I love you” -Isaiah 43 Come explore the vocation of parenting at our Isaiah 43 Parenting Workshops. Workshops are from 5:30 - 7:30pm in the St. Rita school library. Workshops are free and dinner & childcare will be provided. For more information, please contact Acquenetta Spears at aspears@stritanola.org. Workshop Dates: August 31, September 7, September 14, September 28, October 5, October 12. Isaiah 43 is a parenting and mentoring program created in partnership with the Archdiocese of New Orleans. The program is rooted in Judeo-Christian values and teachings with a mission of strengthening and supporting families to bring about a change in the culture of our society. Isaiah 43 empowers parents and youth to be active in promoting peace in their neighborhoods and to live by the values of love, peace, and forgiveness.  The program engages youth and parents to encourage peaceful conflict resolution, skillful communication, constructive discipline, forgiveness, and leadership development. Isaiah 43’s parenting program provides support to parents of 4-13 year olds by helping parents to enhance their parenting skills and providing an opportunity for parents to fellowship with each other. Our mentoring program targets youth ages 10-18 and connects them with a caring role model. Isaiah 43 utilizes proven methods to work toward a culture that respects human life and teaches each person to respect him or herself and treat others with dignity.  

Isaiah 43 Parenting and Mentoring Program

“I have called you by name and you are mine… you are precious in my eyes and I love you” -Isaiah 43

Come explore the vocation of parenting at our Isaiah 43 Parenting Workshops. Workshops are from 5:30 - 7:30pm in the St. Rita school library. Workshops are free and dinner & childcare will be provided. For more information, please contact Acquenetta Spears at aspears@stritanola.org.

Workshop Dates: August 31, September 7, September 14, September 28, October 5, October 12.

Isaiah 43 is a parenting and mentoring program created in partnership with the Archdiocese of New Orleans. The program is rooted in Judeo-Christian values and teachings with a mission of strengthening and supporting families to bring about a change in the culture of our society. Isaiah 43 empowers parents and youth to be active in promoting peace in their neighborhoods and to live by the values of love, peace, and forgiveness.  The program engages youth and parents to encourage peaceful conflict resolution, skillful communication, constructive discipline, forgiveness, and leadership development.

Isaiah 43’s parenting program provides support to parents of 4-13 year olds by helping parents to enhance their parenting skills and providing an opportunity for parents to fellowship with each other.

Our mentoring program targets youth ages 10-18 and connects them with a caring role model. Isaiah 43 utilizes proven methods to work toward a culture that respects human life and teaches each person to respect him or herself and treat others with dignity.