Celebrate Catholic Schools Week Themes

Celebrate the following daily themes in your arch/diocese during Catholic Schools Week 2022.

COVID-19 has made it a challenge to get your schools noticed during Catholic Schools Week. The easiest ways to stay safe and still get noticed is to make good use of social media and your website. Short videos, photos and animated clips can capture the attention of parents, alumni and parishioners. Please tag NCEA on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, plus use the hashtag #CSW22, so we can share your information! Members with Premier membership will be able to create an Enterprise Canva account with the school domain email (e.g., Name@NCEA.org). Your enterprise account includes more than 100 million premium stock photos and graphics, 610,000 templates, school branding kits to design and publish materials and gives schools the ability to easily collaborate and share design templates with other NCEA member Catholic schools across the country. Order Catholic Schools Week swag with the new logo and theme at www.catholicschoolpride.com. Take advantage of all of the devices you and your colleagues have on hand to continue to get out the word on why Catholic schools are great places of academic excellence and faith-filled mission.



Sunday: Celebrating Your Parish

Catholic schools benefit all year long from the religious guidance, prayers and support parishes provide. Many parishes join in the National Catholic Schools Week celebration by devoting a Mass to Catholic education.

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Monday: Celebrating Your Community

A central aspect of Catholic education is learning the importance of service to others. When students take part in service activities they demonstrate the values and faith gained through Catholic education.

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Tuesday:  Celebrating Your Students

Schools celebrate students during National Catholic Schools Week by planning enjoyable and meaningful activities for them and recognizing their accomplishments.

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Wednesday: Celebrating the Nation

On National Appreciation Day for Catholic Schools, students, families, educators and other Catholic school supporters communicate the value of Catholic education to government leaders.

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Saturday: Celebrating Families

Parents, guardians and other family members play a vital role in Catholic education. Not only do they volunteer at the school, they instill values and expectations for academic excellence in their children at home.

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Thursday: Celebrating Vocations

By focusing on faith, knowledge and service, Catholic schools prepare children to use their God-given talents to the fullest later in life.


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Friday: Celebrating Faculty, Staff and Volunteers

On this day, schools will honor teachers and principals as well as administrators and staff who support them in their work and thank those who provide volunteer service. 

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