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Welcome to the Diocese of Rockville Centre Education Department web site.  This site serves as a place to obtain information about Catholic Education on Long Island and as a collaborative online learning community connecting the Catholic elementary schools and high schools in the Diocese of Rockville Centre.

Please visit the About Us section of this site to learn more about Catholic education on Long Island.  To locate a school, please visit our interactive school locator map.

Roller Coaster Contest Winners

Congratulations to the students of Our Lady of the Hamptons Regional School who placed first, second, and third in this year's Technology Day Roller Coaster Contest.  Students used simple materials to create roller coasters which included specific requirements.  Each team won a robotics kit for their school.

Technology Day 2013


On October 16 and 17, students from Catholic schools across Long Island participated in Technology Day at Adventureland.  Before, during, and after the day at Adventureland, students completed math, science, and technology activities about the way amusement park rides work.  They had a great time learning as well as enjoying the rides.


Character Education at Holy Family School

October was National Bullying Prevention Month! The students of Holy Family School in Hicksville participated in activities and programs to help spread awareness for acceptance in school. 

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iConnect Challenge Winners

Congratulations to the students from St. Brigid/Our Lady of Hope School for placing first in the Cradle of Aviation's iConnect Challenge.  Many of our schools participated in the competition in which students created videos about using STEM apps in the classroom.  The members of the winning team each received an iPad.

Diocesan Teachers Conference
On Friday, October 25, 2013, teachers and administrators from the Catholic schools across Long Island gathered at St. John the Baptist High School for the Diocesan Teachers Conference.  Following a keynote address, teachers attended workshops about various topics before ending the day with Mass celebrated by Bishop Murphy and other priests from the diocese.  At the Mass, teachers who have been with the diocese for twenty-five, forty, and fifty years were recognized.

Diocesan Teacher Honorees

Congratulations to this year's teacher honorees, who have served 25, 40, or 50 years in Catholic elementary schools on Long Island.  Pictured with Msgr. McNamara and Sister Joanne Callahan, Superintendent of Schools,  Read more...




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