St. Joseph School officials represent at symposium

Representatives from St. Joseph Schools recently attended the 15th annual Education Law Symposium July 6-9 in Louisville, Kentucky.


Principal Diane Wolfe and the school’s academic dean, Teri Breeding, attended the event for the school.

The symposium was co-sponsored by the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) and Loyola Marymount University’s Center for Catholic Education in Los Angeles, California.

“Experts on a variety of topics gave presentations on social media, cyber-bullying, immigration law, accommodating students with disabilities and school law,” St. Joseph officials said in an email.

One of theSCN (Sisters of Charity of Nazareth), J.D.. Ph.d, a nationally recognized resource on private school law and how it affects Catholic schools and the church ministry.

Shaughnessy has also written numerous texts on the subject.



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