During Catholic Schools Week, the Mater Dei community raised an amazing $3,033.52 for our Shave the Stash Challenge! The challenge was held for the benefit of the education fund established for the children of the late Michelle Varel, Mater Dei Class of 1997. Our students enjoyed the shaving festivities during our... Read More
On Wednesday, February 1, the Mater Dei community celebrated Vocations Appreciation Day. We were blessed to have Fr. Jim Deiters, Class of 1983, celebrate Mass and share a sermon focused on wisdom and gratitude. The junior high students of All Saints Academy and St. Paul Catholic School (Highland) also joined... Read More
On Tuesday, January 31, the Mater Dei community celebrated Faith in our Nation Day. Because we are crazy about our faith, students and faculty enjoyed wearing crazy clothing. In addition, in their English classes, students wrote letters of gratitude and prayer to our service men and women as a means of... Read More
For Catholic Schools Week Parish Appreciation Day, the following expressions of gratitude were included in the bulletins of local parishes: “In celebration of Catholic Schools Week, I express my gratitude to all the parishes that generously donate to Mater Dei. Mater Dei helps me not only build character, but also... Read More
On Monday, January 30, the Mater Dei community celebrated Student Appreciation Day! Because we have a winning combination of faith, knowledge and service, students enjoyed wearing clothing of their favorite sports teams. In addition, recognizing the continued dedication of our students, we began the day with a bit of relaxation... Read More
On Sunday, January 29, the Mater Dei community began their Catholic Schools Week celebration with Parish Appreciation Day. During Masses at their parishes, student representatives offered their gratitude to parishioners for supporting Mater Dei and Catholic education with the following speech: “Today is the beginning of National Catholic Schools Week. ... Read More
English Department Chair Mrs. Pam Zurliene (left) accepts a $500 Touchstone Energy grant from Clinton County Electric Cooperative representative Carrie Trame (right). To supplement a non-fiction unit for her English II Honors students, Mrs. Zurliene will utilize the funds to purchase titles that include biography, history, human rights, science, environmental,... Read More
On January 27, two groups of our students demonstrated their dedication to protecting life! Attending the 44th annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. were (front row from left) Katie Wieseman, Taylor Goring, Katherine Goring, Maddison Hodous, Kierstan Wascher, Susy Cowgill, Sophia Lager, Tori Voyles; (back row from left) Mr.... Read More
Please join us in congratulating our students who earned recognition on the 2016-2017 Second Quarter Honor Roll and First Semester Honor Roll.
Catholic Holy Family Society members Theresa Jansen (left) and Jim Richter (right) present a $200 donation to Director of Advancement Fr. Chuck Tuttle (middle). Catholic Holy Family Society’s generosity is greatly appreciated, as it truly makes a difference for our students!