Why use The Compass in your classroom?
- Because students love it!
- Because it supplements everything you do!
- Because it’s free!
The Compass offers a board on its Pinterest website that is devoted to pins of interest to teachers. If you are on Pinterest and are looking for … Read More
The Compass in the Classroom now features a monthly worksheet for teachers. This worksheet that can be integrated into your curriculum. Just click on this link and … Read More
Compass in the Classroom is inviting Catholic school and parish religious education teachers to submit photos of your class using The Compass. E-mail them to us, or … Read More
The Compass in the Classroom is the award-winning newspaper-in-education program of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay, offering 25 FREE copies to any parochial school and religious education program in the diocese. The program is used throughout the school year by thousands of parochial school and religious education students. Check with your administrator to see if your school or parish is already registered.
(You will need two forms if both school and religious education are registering) Read More
Senior Data Entry Specialist This full-time position (37.5 hours per week) will update and maintain our diocesan database of names and addresses, as well as provide support … Read More
The Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD), the domestic anti-poverty initiative of the U.S. bishops, is sponsoring the Multi-Media Youth Arts Contest, for youth in grades seven … Read More
MARYKNOLL, N.Y. — Innovative ideas that help spread God’s word in the digital age is the theme of the 2010 Maryknoll Student Essay Contest, the 22nd annual middle school and high school competition from Maryknoll magazine. This year’s assignment, iMission, asks students to describe how young people continue to spread the Good News of the Lord throughout a world increasingly dominated by and dependent on instant messaging and online social networking.
For 100 years, Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers have been following Jesus’ command to “go out to the whole world and spread the Good News.” While ever-changing technology now provides unique, easy and instantaneous communications opportunities from almost anywhere, Maryknoll is asking teenagers and pre-teens to share the many ways that they share Jesus’ message with others.
BISMARCK, N.D. — As part of its new Catholic Scholars program, the University of Mary in Bismarck is offering free room and board on campus to graduates of any U.S. Catholic high school who enter as a first-time freshman.
“We are pleased and excited to offer this new way to enable graduates of Catholic secondary schools to further their education at a private Catholic university at a price comparable to what they would pay at a public institution,” said Brenda Kaspari, vice president for enrollment services.