St. Mary goal is to form souls and inform minds

February 2010
Catholic East Texas;2/5/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p9
The article features Saint Mary Catholic School in Longview, Texas. The pre-K3-8 school is said to have been focusing on improving its students' reading and writing skills. For the schoolyear 2009-2010, the school is shifting its focus to math and science. According to principal Amy Allen, they are the only school between Dallas and Shreveport, Texas that offers robotics program for grades 1-8.


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