Registration is currently full for the April Session - please contact Bonnie Kearney, RSCJ, (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Sergio Vasqquez (email@example.com) to be added to the waiting list.
A program for 7th through 12th grade teachers in Sacred Heart Schools. Targeted toward teachers of English, History/ Social Studies, or Religion/Theology but all content areas are welcome – what is required is an open heart and an open mind.
How do we educate ourselves and our students in such a time as this? Exploring the African-American and African-Caribbean Story in New Orleans as a lens to teaching and learning about racial reconciliation in our schools today...
Four days of exploration, learning, dialogue, prayer and... curriculum conversations.
Co-sponsored by the RSCJ Duchesne House of Volunteers and the Network of Sacred Heart Schools:
An experience of:
- Simple communal living at Duchesne House in New Orleans
- Visiting the Whitney Plantation
- Gospel Music Mass at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church
- Time at the Musée de f.p.c (Museum of the Free People of Color)
- Conversation and film at the Community Book Center
- Exploring curriculum challenges and opportunities with Sacred Heart Colleagues
$250 includes all expenses except transportation to and from New Orleans
Friday (evening) February 8th– Monday (noon) February 11th
Thursday (evening) April 25th – Monday (noon) April 29th
Each session is limited to approximately 12 - 14 participants and places are filled in order of registration.
For more information and to register, contact:
Bill Hobbs, Network Director of Program Planning – firstname.lastname@example.org
For program details, contact:
Bonnie Kearney, RSCJ, Duchesne House – email@example.com
Sergio Vasquez, Duchesne House – firstname.lastname@example.org