“The Michigan Catholic in Schools” is an exciting collaborative partnership between the Catholic Schools at the Archdiocese of Detroit and The Michigan Catholic newspaper. The program’s primary goal is to “Unleash the Gospel,” by having educators use The Michigan Catholic as an educational tool in their classrooms to support their mission to “educate students wholly, in mind, body and spirit.”
The Michigan Catholic, the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Detroit since 1872, provides award winning news coverage, while seeking to inform and inspire by offering faith-building resources to help readers better know Jesus Christ and to better serve God and neighbor.
Approach for “The Michigan Catholic in Schools”
Teachers are the primary educators in the school system. “The Michigan Catholic in Schools” is presented as a supplement for set curriculum. The Michigan Catholic in the hands of teachers will provide suggestions via our editor’s study plan to teach students using timely news and analysis.
We’re looking for your Feedback!
Your feedback on how you’re using The Michigan Catholic as an educational tool in your classrooms is vital to the success of “MCN in Schools.” We’ll use your feedback to enhance the program to make it even more relevant to your classroom curriculum.
We invite you to fill out this short survey. Your feedback on this survey will be kept completely confidential and used only for internal purposes.
Public Relations for your School
We are excited to consider promoting how your school is using “The Michigan Catholic in Schools.” Send us your best photos with photo captions of how The Michigan Catholic is being used in your classroom. Space availability applies, but we’ll try to post as many school photos as possible on our social media accounts: Facebook | Instagram
Also, we may just use your photo and caption in our print edition of The Michigan Catholic!
Our team at The Michigan Catholic is here to serve! Feel free to contact us at email@example.com or by calling (313) 224-8004.