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Dinger: Catholic Schools striving to build Communities of Faith, Knowledge & Service

January 21, 2014

(Photo and cutline courtesy of Jessica Dinger, SS.C.D. School principal)

As a community of faith, the students at SS.C.D. not only worship together, but they also learn, grow and build long-lasting relationships together that continue long after their schooling ends.

It is through these communities that the students find the strength to stay strong in their faith and to grow to be a productive part of their community.

Knowledge is just one part of that three-part community building.

Students at Saints Cosmas and Damian School get an advantage of small class sizes and today’s technology to prepare them for their future.

Pictured here, first-grade students Emily Wisnesky, Noah Kengersky and Samantha Griebel work together on one of the school’s MacBooks.

Those interested in learning more about SS.C.D. School can visit the Open House this Sunday from noon to 2 p.m.

For more on SS.C.D.’s commitment to building communities of faith, knowledge and service, see Page 3 of Wednesday's Spirit.

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