Bishop Schad Regional School celebrated Catholic Schools Week with a service project aimed at our most vulnerable citizens—the homeless. The entire Bishop Schad student body donated bread, peanut butter, and jelly to be used for sandwiches destined for the Joseph’s House of Camden. Students in kindergarten through fourth grade decorated brown paper bags with messages of hope and love, as grades five through eight made two days worth of sandwiches for the Camden shelter.
Joseph’s House of Camden’s mission is to work collaboratively with others to aid our homeless brothers and sisters by offering a continuum of services, including emergency shelter and access to supportive housing and comprehensive social services.
For almost a century, Bishop Schad Regional School has maintained a proud legacy of excellence in Catholic education. It offers a coeducational learning experience to students, from preschool through grade eight, throughout Cumberland County. Bishop Schad is now accepting registrations for the 2020-21 academic school year.
Learn more at bsrschool.org