Two accomplished STA graduates have come together in Mayor Quinton Lucas’s office, each bringing their expertise to contribute to the intricate workings of the government in Kansas City, MO.
On February 29, Sister Rosemary Flanigan, CSJ, and Sister Barbara Moore, CSJ, presented “Sisters of Selma: The March to Dismantle Racism Continues” at St. Teresa’s Academy. Nearly 200 guests attended this “Linger Over Breakfast” event, sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Olivia DeSantis, class of 2020
STA students researched data and policy behind Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas's policy goals. The students’ research culminated with an in-person interview with the Mayor on the STA campus.
On March 10, 2020, the first STA Giving Day was introduced to the generous STA community with resounding success. During one 24-hour period, alumnae, students, parents, friends, faculty, and staff came together in support of the mission and vision of St. Teresa’s Academy.
Dear STA Community,
It seems our entire world has been turned upside down because of the COVID-19 pandemic. I am very sorry that we find ourselves in this unexpected situation. I believe, however, that the crisis gives us a renewed opportunity to be a community that is prayerful, helpful, and courageous. We have the answers that we need in facing this challenge.
AT STA, STUDENTS, TEACHERS, AND STAFF EMBRACE LEARNING throughout their lives. Through the High Tech High Graduate School of Education, educators learn to create deeper learning competencies through Project-Based Learning (PBL). PBL is a dynamic classroom approach in which students actively explore real-world problems and challenges and acquire a deeper knowledge.