Choose the Name for
the New Regional School
Please go to the link: http://tinyurl.com/STA-MDP to (1) enter your family/school information, (2) indicate likely enrollment and (3) choose a name for the new regional school.
Hard copies of the "Letter of Intent" went home with the children. These are required of all families by March 5th, with parent signature, so that we can make effective progress in determining a fair and respectful tuition.
Welcome to our new partners in regionalization, the families of St. Teresa of Avila School. Our MDP families are delighted to join with you in creating a strong future for our children. We will collaborate to build a Catholic school that prepares students for the challenges of their future. Formed in the Catholic faith, they will grow to be leaders with character, expertise and vision.
The teachers of both Mother of Divine Providence School and St. Teresa of Avila School have shared professional development in Differentiated Instruction over the last several years. They have been working cooperatively to provide students access to learning through varied media and methods. The collaboration over Gold Seal lessons has brought success to students of both schools, resulting in exemplary Terra Nova scores for all.
As close neighbors, we are well-matched with common community activities, social venues, district services and family values. Our children are challenged by parents, teachers and administrators with high expectations for academic performance and Christian service. Our love for Jesus Christ and our response in faith is what unites us, above all.
We are eager to meet our partners in Catholic education for this region of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Please feel free to visit the King of Prussia site at any time, as you consider this regional school for your child’s continued growth in wisdom, age and grace. Provide feedback to the Implementation Teams, so that the new school is a true representation of the wonderful gifts of both communities. We are grateful for this partnership and all the goodness that will come from the union.
To our friends from Conshohocken Catholic School, we appreciate the relationships that have been fostered through our collaboration. We will continue to welcome your families to the new school in King of Prussia. God bless us all through a transition that promises to yield good fruit through our faithful service.
Theresa Garvin, Principal