The Compass in the Classroom Registration Form -- 2008-2009
(You will need two forms if both school and religious education are registering)
Why use The Compass in your classroom?
Every week your Catholic school or religious education program in the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay can receive 25 copies of The Compass for student use (extras are 29¢ each). Just ask. Our sponsors expect that you will use The Compass faithfully with your students each week.
What age is best suited for The Compass?
Middle and high school religion class is the first place to use The Compass. Younger students like Kids Chronicle, photos and headlines. Use articles for discussion starters, inspiration for essays or journal entries, or background for assignments on the Church.
How does The Compass fit into your curriculum?
Religion makes Catholic schools different from public schools, and our Catholic faith is the basis of our religious education programs. This sets The Compass apart from other newspapers
and is why it belongs in your classroom.
What's in The Compass for youth?
Check out the back page -- Our local youth page alternates with Kids Chronicle. Use Scripture Search on the Sunday readings. Foundations of Faith is for all ages. The Compass often highlights local students and discusses hot issues facing youth: alcohol and other drug abuse, health, peer pressure, suicide, teen pregnancy, runaways, violence, faith questions, etc.
What other resources are there?
For more information, contact:
Barb Gauthier, Circulation Assistant
The Compass would like to thank our sponsors and readers for their support.
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