Parent Network of Catholic High Schools
The Parent Network of Catholic High Schools (PNCHS), founded in 1990, is an association of members from archdiocesan and independent Catholic high schools in the St. Louis area. It is dedicated to helping parents with the challenges of raising Catholic teens in today’s world. Representatives from the schools meet monthly as the Parent Network Board to share ideas and strategies for better parenting. The Board plans events and prints material to support parents in their effort to deal with teen issues. In addition some have their own smaller Parent Network associations.
For information about the Parent Network of Catholic High Schools, please visit their web site, www.ParentNetworkStL.org.
If you have any questions, please contact SJA Parent Representative Julie Beckerjeck, Theresa Karutz, or Peter Karutz.
St. Joseph's Academy hosts the November Parent Network program, My Rock and My Salvation, by Zip Rzeppa on Thursday, November 6, 2014, at 7:00 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center (Theatre). A reception will follow the presentation in the Sr. Mary de Paul room.
A bold and inspiring presentation on how to help our teens confront current social issues that are contrary to Catholic faith teachings.
Zip Rzeppa, former sportscaster at KTVI and KMOV and executive director of St. Vincent DePaul, encourages Catholic authors to write with a caliber that is in line with the teachings of the Catholic Church. He hopes to compel young people to think and act accordingly when confronted with social issues contrary to their own Catholic faith teachings. All attendees will receive a copy of Zip's new book, My Rock and Salvation.