As Seen in the Carondeletter
"Epitome of Kindness and Generosity"
by Michele Eggers Lago '97
Carondelet High School will celebrate Sisterhood Week March 19-23. This is a more recent tradition at Carondelet where the students recognize and honor their relationships and connections with each other, as well as the charism of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. This Sisterhood celebration encompasses St. Joseph's Day, the feast day of the sisters, to recognize and honor them as well.
How do you begin imagining the kind of science, technology and innovation center that will equip young women for careers that don't yet exist? Ask the experts.Carondelet has recruited a diverse group of advisors from the most successful tech companies and the most respected university faculties to help design a truly unique STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and Innovation Center for students. The Advisory Council was launched at the IBM Watson Center in San Francisco this summer, and subsequent workshops with advisors, faculty and students have explored curriculum of the future and how to design flexible space for maximum innovation.
"My overall vision has remained steadfast—to strengthen the very core and fiber of the school..."
-President Bonnie Cotter
The world lost an amazing young woman in early 2017. Jennifer (Eggers) Attenasio '97 suffered a catastrophic pulmonary embolism just hours after giving birth to her son, Teddy. As her twin sister, Michele (Eggers) Lago '97, recounts in the Fall 2017 Carondeletter, Jenny brought light to five people whose lives were saved because she was an organ donor. Please read more here.
Jennifer (Eggers) Attenasio '97 (left) and her twin sister Michele (Eggers) Lago '97
Each year, the Carondelet Athletics Department hosts a workshop for coaches to connect, share best practices, and engage in the Carondelet mission. This summer, Anne Stricherz '92 led our coaches through a workshop based on her recent book Pray and Practice with Purpose: A Playbook for the Spiritual Development of Athletes.