This week is Catholic Schools Week. For students in New Hampshire Catholic schools, that means some unusual classroom activities, from food drives to snowman making festivals.
For faculty, though, it’s a chance to reflect on the state of the school district – and some of the challenges it faces, from enrollment issues to school safety to teaching Catholic positions on social issues that may no longer be held by the majority of Americans.
Father Dennis Audet is interim superintendent of schools for the Diocese of Manchester. He talks with All Things Considered host Brady Carlson about the state of Catholic schools in the state.