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History of NCCS 1967 - Holy Cross, St. John the Baptist, and St. Stanislaus Kostka Schools were consolidated with Felician Sisters, Fransiscan Sisters and Sisters of Mercy. The consolidation was comprised of the following parishes: Holy Cross, St. Patrick, St....
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“Catholic schools have a fantastic history in all continents. They are even more necessary today, when we consider the manifold crises that education is currently going through. Therefore, we need Catholic schools that turn globalization toward a spirit of solidarity, of real help for the needy, of respect toward every culture….Only globalization realized on such a basis will truly build up the good of all humanity. Yes, we need Catholic schools!”
-Cardinal Zenon Grocholewski
Prefect, Congregation for Catholic Education
PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT MESSAGE BELOW FROM MOUNT ALOYSIUS REGARDING THE DISTRICT 6 CHAMPIONSHIP TOMORROW EVENING:
Dear campus community,
As many of you know, we are hosting more than a dozen regional and state PIAA high school basketball tournament games in the ACWC this year.
We were made aware by Williamsburg School District, who is playing in a game on the MAC campus tomorrow night, that one of their students made a verbal threat related to the game tomorrow. The student was immediately interviewed by authorities and indicated the threat was a joke. The Williamsburg School District Resource Officer is currently dealing with the case.
We have been assured that there is NO IMMEDIATE DANGER to anyone on campus or to anyone attending the game tomorrow, however, we felt it important to make you aware of the threat and share these details with you.
Regardless of the intent, we take any potential threat seriously and out of an abundance of caution, we have implemented extra campus and ACWC security measures for tomorrow night. In addition, the Williamsburg student is banned from the Mount Aloysius campus.
Questions related to this matter can be directed to the Student Affairs Office at 886-6472.