School Counselor (full-time) – Notre Dame Academy – 2024-25

Notre Dame Academy in Park Hills, Kentucky seeks a mission-driven, qualified professional to serve as a full-time School Counselor for the 2024-2025 school year.  The ideal candidate will be an experienced counselor, hold a Master’s degree in School Counseling and a Kentucky or Ohio School Counseling Certificate. The ideal candidate would be committed to the charism of the Sisters of Notre Dame and to supporting students in the areas of academic growth, social/emotional wellness, and college/career readiness.

Notre Dame Academy is a Catholic, all-girls high school sponsored by the Sisters of Notre Dame. NDA has a rich tradition of success and excellence. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to [email protected].

 

 

 

Director of Academic Enhancement Program – Holy Cross High School – 2024-25

Holy Cross High School is seeking a director of our award-winning Academic Enhancement Program for the 2024-2025 school year. The ideal candidate will have a background in special education and be able to work with students who may have learning, emotional, mental or physical disabilities.

The director holds primary responsibility for providing academic and physical services for students who require additional support to thrive within the school’s core academic program. We are seeking a teacher with superior content knowledge, a track record of providing excellent learning experiences that deepen students’ understanding of multiple literacy concepts, and a commitment to continuously improving their practice through collaboration.

The director will provide intervention services in a small group setting; teach subject matter skills and strategies and effectively communicate with students, parents, school staff, and coworkers. This individual will conduct yearly reviews of the student’s Academic Learning Plan (ALP) and work closely with the school team to implement and supervise the student’s plan.

Interested applicants should email resume, cover letter and references to Ashley Moseley at [email protected] and Mike Holtz at [email protected]

 

 

Catholic scouts integrate faith in all they do, says Bishop Iffert at Scouting awards

Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, Covington, March 17, opened with a procession led by a pair of scouts — carry- ing with them the flags of the United States and the Vatican.

This Mass prefaced the Scouting Awards ceremony that would follow across the street at Bishop Howard Memorial Auditorium, where scouts across the Diocese — including Scouts of America, American Heritage Girls and Girl Scouts — would receive awards, medals and patches recognizing their contributions to Catholic scouting and carrying out their faith.

Eleven received certificates at the ceremony, and four were awarded medals. Three were recipients of the Pope Pius XII award, as part of a program that encourages scouts to explore vocations. A fourth award, the St. George medal, was awarded to Mark Barth, a parishioner of Mary, Queen of Heaven Parish — the only adult to receive a scouting award at the ceremony.

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Memorial Mass for the Loss of a Child returns in April, all invited to pray for the relief of the ‘burden of grief ’

The loss may be recent or long ago, but the loss of a child forever lingers in the heart. Jesus awaits all those suffering in grief, saying, “Blessed are they who mourn, for they will be comforted.” (Matt 5:4)

Once again, the Diocese of Covington’s Pro-Life Office will host a Memorial Mass for the Loss of a Child. This year’s Mass will be held April 11, 7 p.m., at Immaculate Heart of Mary parish in Burlington. Father Ryan Maher, rector, Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, will be the celebrant.

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Third grade teacher – St. Joseph School, Crescent Springs – 2024-25

St. Joseph School, Crescent Springs is currently interviewing qualified candidates for a third grade teaching position for the 2024-2025 school year. If interested, please email your resume and references to Sally Zeck, principal ([email protected]), and Ellen Beiersdorfer, assistant principal ([email protected]).

 

 

Mathematics teacher (Full Time) – St. Henry District High School – 2024-25

St. Henry District High School, a National Blue Ribbon School in Erlanger KY, is seeking a mathematics  teacher for the 2024/2025 school year. SHDHS is a 450 student co-ed college prep high school located in a suburban area of Cincinnati. Hard-working and respectful students, small class sizes, congenial colleagues, and excellent support for new teachers are some of the attractive features of the position. An ideal candidate would hold a degree in mathematics or a related field Interested parties should click here to apply. 

 

Religion and Language Arts teacher – Grades 4 & 5 – St. Joseph, Crescent Springs

St. Joseph School, Crescent Springs is currently interviewing qualified candidates for a 4th and 5th grade religion and language arts teaching position for the 2024-2025 school year. If interested, please email your resume and references to Sally Zeck, principal ([email protected]), and Ellen Beiersdorfer, assistant principal ([email protected]).

 

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STEM teachers – Villa Madonna Academy High School/Junior High

Teaching opportunities are available in the VMA STEM Department for grades 7-12.  Please submit a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Mrs. Pamela McQueen ([email protected])