News & Updates Archive
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Students “Scratch” Their Way to Lucrative Career Opportunities
Middle school students playing video games is hardly news. But when the students are playing games they’ve built from “Scratch,” the story takes a turn. The students in question attend Compton-Drew Middle School in the Dogtown neighborhood of St. Louis and are participating in a computer coding class. The class was developed by Bill Stanard,…
Essay Contest Rules Due out in August
Plans for the 5th annual “Stories of Our St. Louis Sisters” Essay Contest are taking shape. The contest, sponsored by the Incarnate Word Foundation and supported by the Catholic Education Center, is a way to acknowledge the important roles these women religious have played and continue to play in the Archdiocese of St. Louis. Under…
Berges Innovation Center Opens at Marian Middle School
[iwfquote align=”right”]The spirit of IWF is imbedded in us.[/iwfquote] Faculty, staff, students and benefactors of Marian Middle School gathered at the school May 17 to witness the blessing and ribbon-cutting of the Berges Family Innovation Center. The center is a total renovation of the school’s lower level and includes a STEM lab and a “Maker”…
Women’s Empowerment Through Local Leadership
San Antonio Women Selected To Speak At United Nations Commission on the Status of Women
Prayer for 2017
Jesus, Word Incarnate, You are our Companion at all times. Even in those times when we are not aware of Your presence, You journey with us. Help us trust that this is so. Help us recognize You in the many ways You reveal Yourself to us. We invite You to stay with us until our…
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