Catholic school education celebrated

    HARLAN – Shelby County Catholic School, along with other Catholic schools across the nation, will celebrate Catholic Schools Week January 31-February 5.
    Catholic Schools Week is an annual observance meant to highlight the value of Catholic education and its contributions to communities and the nation.
    The theme for this year is Catholic Schools:  Communities in Faith, Knowledge and Service, which encompasses the concepts that are at the heart of Catholic education.
    Shelby County Catholic School’s mission statement – Shelby County Catholic School, growing in faith with Jesus, is a family oriented school committed to academic excellence – highlights the school’s constant striving to provide a faith-based and academically challenging curriculum.
    Catholic schools throughout Iowa and the nation will observe the week with Masses, open houses and other activities for students, families, parishioners and community members.  Through the events, schools are focusing on the value Catholic education brings to young people, as well as the communities they serve.



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Harlan, IA 51537-0721

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