Currents correspondent Katie Breidenbach reports from St. Michael-St. Malachy Church in East New York, where the students of Salve Regina Academy participated in a Thanksgiving Mass.
It’s coming down to the wire for a group of students preparing for the New York City First Lego League Championship.
Students at Salve Regina Catholic Academy in East New York are testing and tweaking their robots in anticipation for the competition. Read the Complete Article
In October of 2011, The Tablet told the story of the formation of Salve Regina Catholic Academy:
“Born of economic necessity and declining enrollments, Salve Regina Catholic Academy opened in East New York this fall.
One month into the new school year, the academy already features the largest enrollment of any diocesan elementary school and Principal William Geasor believes the move to an academy model will ensure Catholic education thrives in this low-income community well into the future.” Read the Complete Article