JUNIOR LEADERS COLLABORATE, REFLECT & BRAINSTORM FOR UPCOMING SUMMER LEADERSHIP RETREAT This week, Director of Campus Ministry Cari White and Associate Dean of Student Life & Leadership Matt Wallenhorst '05 took 10 junior Edsmen, who have taken on leadership roles in multiple ways across the school community, on a leadership retreat to collaborate and connect through their individual leadership styles. Through team-building exercises and reflection periods on what it means to
TWO ST. ED'S MOCK TRIAL TEAMS MOVE FORWARD TO STATE COMPETITION Congratulations to the two Mock Trial teams who are continuing on to States! After a long season, these teams have been fine-tuning their arguments and rebuttals to head into the State competition with confidence and trust in their team members. "I am proud of these boys for their hard work and dedication to the program," says Mock Trial co-moderator and Social Studies teacher Mary Kate Hermann. "They have been d
BALDWIN WALLACE WELCOMES HEAD FOOTBALL COACH TOM LOMBARDO TO SPEAK ON COACHING EXCELLENCE Last week, St. Ed's Head Football Coach Tom Lombardo was invited to present as a keynote speaker during Baldwin Wallace University's "The Pulse" virtual speaker series. The Pulse focuses on special topics every month and features a coaching expert who connects with student athletes, coaches, parents and administrators from around the Ohio area.
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UPHOLDING TRADITION, ST. ED'S TAKES STUDENTS ON FIRST KAIROS RETREAT OF THE 2022 SCHOOL YEAR Last week, St. Ed's took students on the first Kairos retreat of the school year, taking time to have small group discussions, participate in large group activities and prayer, and reflecting on their individual relationships with God, others and themselves. "Students are given time for conversation and individual reflection and prayer. Through shared stories and experiences, students
ST. ED'S HOSTS CLEIMUN22 MODEL UN CONFERENCE, WELCOMING DELEGATES TO ST. EDWARD HIGH SCHOOL The CLEIMUN22 Model United Nations Conference took place at St. Edward High School this week, welcoming over 200 delegates from 12 schools, including middle school students. With many Edsmen Model UN members serving in various leadership roles throughout the competition, this innovative conference taught students how to collaborate through adversity, problem-solve as a team, and build
ST. ED'S INDOOR TRACK TEAM BREAKS THE 4X800 METER SCHOOL RECORD This season, St. Ed's indoor track team smashed the school's 4x800 meter record with an 8:01 finish time, and is seeking to beat the outdoor record together later this spring. Seniors Jayden Williams, Evan Typpo, Ian Harrington, and Thomas Hoffman (pictured left to right) make up the 4x800 meter team and are currently ranked #1 in the state and #7 nationwide. "Although we hold the outdoor 4x800 meter record as we
STUDENTS TAKE FIELD TRIP TO SEE ST. ANDRE SCHOOL ALUM IN ACTION After crushing their goals for the Custom St. Ed's Cutting Board Sale and raising $14,000 to support the St. Andre Scholars Program, the St. Andre Scholars were rewarded with a trip to a Cleveland Charge game. Not only were students able to enjoy a day off-campus with fellow classmates, but they also reunited with St. Andre Scholar alum Liam McIlwee '21 who works as a game day attendant for Cleveland Charge. Afte
BASKETBALL AND MODEL UN TEAMS LEAD LABRE SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES Student athletes from the St. Ed's Basketball team and members of Model UN helped prepare sandwiches, bag meals, and deliver food to the homeless through the Labre Ministry. Assistant Basketball Coach Joe Scarpitti and Model UN Moderator Michael Perrins reached out to seek service opportunities for their teams and the Labre Ministry was a perfect fit to build teamwork and give back to the community. "Any time we c
BLACK HISTORY MONTH SPEAKER SERIES WELCOMES PILOT AND GOLDEN STATE COACH TO ST. ED'S CAMPUS In celebration of Black History Month, St. Ed's is hosting a speaker series welcoming African-American professionals from around the country to speak to students about career opportunities. "A big focus for this year's Black History Month programming is to shed a light on 'hidden figures.' Too often we see only black men and women reflected as athletes or entertainers in society, but w
ST. ED'S LEADERS BECOME PUBLISHED AUTHORS, COVERING EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND CULTURAL HUMILITY St. Ed's celebrates two new published authors within the community and congratulates President Jim Kubacki on his book entitled "Choose to Lead" and VP of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion James Knight on his book entitled "Heart: A Journey Toward Cultural Humility."
Mr. Kubacki's book breaks down educational leadership into four parts: personal leadership, organizational leadership,