Friday, March 11
Weekly Update for 3-11-16
Thursday, March 10
1st Annual Dr. Seuss Night
What a hit...fun was had by all! Children and adults enjoyed the various activities at our first Dr. Seuss Night! Stories were read, games were played, crafts were created, and door prizes were presented throughout the evening. We are looking forward to next year's event! Click on the title to view photos of the event!
Friday, March 4
Weekly Update for 3-4-16
Friday, February 26
Weekly Update for 2-26-16
Thursday, February 25
Slade Students Stand Out during CSW 2016 Celebration Masses!
Click headline above for article and photos of Slade students in this week's Catholic Review. The enrollment at Monsignor Slade Catholic School in Glen Burnie is 598 students -- Slade began Catholic Schools Week Jan. 31 by encouraging students to wear their uniform to Sunday Mass. Thanks to the many Slade students who participated and had their pictures taken with parish priests while at church -- Go Slade!
Monday, February 22
Glen Burnie West: Scouts awarded religious emblem
Cub Scout Pack 712 members Matthew Lenzenweger, Ethan Rizzutti, Joe Bianchi, Ian Hollingshed and Devin Lucas, with Cubmaster Bryce Bennie received the Parvuli Dei religious award during Mass on Scout Sunday. (Kathleen Shatt / Correspondent)
Friday, February 19
Weekly Update for 2-19-16
Friday, February 12
Weekly Update for 2-12-16
Thursday, February 11
Robot goes to school for chronically ill student
WBAL News profiles Emily Kolenda and her robot, which help her stay connected to school and friends during a challenging time.
Monday, February 8
Robot ensures teen won't miss school while fighting disease
While most 13-year-olds look forward to days off from class, Emily Kolenda wants to go to school. The sixth-grade student at Monsignor Slade Catholic School has had a rare disease — acute disseminated encephalomyelitis — since she was 9. She rarely missed school before an MRI revealed lesions on her brain. Now, she won’t have to miss class. Emily has a robot — dubbed W.O.A.W.O.A. —that takes her place at her Glen Burnie school. With the help of an iPad connected to it, Emily can “walk” through the school, talk to her classmates and answer questions.