All Saints Regional Catholic School First in Diocese as a Future-Ready School

Oct 10, 2018
File Photo by: Ryan Morrill A student works on a design for the school's 3-D printer.

All Saints Regional Catholic School is the first school in the Diocese of Trenton to become certified as a “Future-Ready” school, meaning it prepares its students well for success in college and career through digital learning opportunities. The certification is based on a school’s accomplishments in three major areas: leadership; education and classroom practice; and technology support.

The designation is part of the Future Ready Schools New Jersey program, sponsored by the New Jersey Department of Education, New Jersey School Boards Association and the New Jersey Institute of Technology and designed to identify and support schools through the national Future Ready Framework, developed by the Alliance for Excellent Education.

“All Saints is providing students with a next generation education,” said Principal Kathleen Blazewicz. “We are proud to be the first Catholic school in the Diocese of Trenton to earn this highly esteemed designation and look forward to collaborating with schools across New Jersey to share innovative classroom practices that empower students to use technology.”

PTA President Kristin Klein added, “We are happy Future Ready New Jersey recognized there are so many great things happening at All Saints. From programming robots to creating models of skeletal structures on 3-D printers, All Saints students are receiving a first-class education with tremendous personalized learning opportunities.”

The school will be recognized at an awards ceremony during the annual New Jersey School Boards Association conference in Atlantic City this month.  —V.F.

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