Tag Archives: academics

Service Learning at The Samaritan Women | Howard Community College (HCC)

Service learning is a powerful teaching strategy. And for HCC alumna Meghan Ross, service learning was an opportunity to find her passion. I heard about Samaritan woman when I was a junior in high school and I went back to my school and decided that, that was the issue that broke my heart and I… Read More »

A Spring Break of Service

[Music] Tyrrell County is probably one of the poorest counties in the whole state. We’re also a very rural community. We’re very spread out. There’s needs in health care, there’s needs related to food. There is only one nurse practitioner. There’s no physician in Tyrrell County. ‘You OK with doing one more test?’ This week… Read More »

The Valley Catholic Community Experience

It’s a great community. Everyone knows everyone and it makes it really easy to transition from a middle school into a high school. It’s given me the opportunity to step out of my comfort zone and try new things. Mr. Johnson, the math teacher, and Mr. Thomas, the English teacher, really helped me a lot.… Read More »

Valley Catholic Wins Fifth Oregonian Cup

The Oregonian Cup recognizes excellence in athletics, academics, activities and sportsmanship. Congratulations, Valiants and continue to strive for excellence in all that you do. I think we’re extremely blessed to win it five times in the last seven years, and it’s just incredibly rewarding to see that because so many people are involved, so many… Read More »

Eric’s Manhattan College Story

>>Hey, I heard that your honor Society was named best in the country. That’s insane. If you have time could you just come talk to the Lasallian Collegians about how you promoted that?>>Eric: Yeah, sure thing.>>Alright, thanks. See you later.>>Eric: See ya.>>Hi, Eric. I was just reading your blog about your work with LOCo. I’m… Read More »