Where do you stand ?
Our theme for this school year is taken from Father Greg Boyle's book
'Tattoos on the Heart'
Everyone is invited to join a new venture at Prep, a student - faculty book club reading Father Greg Boyle's book 'Tattoos on the Heart'. The book club will begin in early December. Books are free , copies are available in Campus Ministry and the faculty formation office in the Mulry Lobby.
See Ms.Toomb or Ms.Bleasdale for more information
Authored by Greg Boyle. SJ, founder of 'Homeboy Industries; Tattoos on the Heart was read by faculty, staff and administration over the summer. Inspired by what we read a group of faculty have signed up to join with students in small book groups. Everyone is welcome
Below is Ms.Toomb's message explaining our theme this year and inviting us all to 'take a stand'
Working at a Jesuit High School is much more than a job, it's a vocation.
We are an adult community of 140 people, Jesuit, lay and religious,committed to our school mission and being
'Men and women for others.'
The faculty and staff retreat at Stella Maris, June 2012
Welcome to our website, this page is where you can learn about our adult community..
As Ignatian educators and administrators we are formed through the teachings of Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Jesuits.
We are committed to personal , professional and spiritual growth through our professional development and formation program .Please enjoy finding out about who we are and what we do.
New in 2013 -2014 Professional Learning Communities.
Chemistry teachers meeting in their first PLC.
Mr.Comey, Mr.Canale, Sr.Frances, Mrs.Zanfardino
For more information click here:
sites/default/files/Professional Learning Communities at Prep.doc
Faculty and Staff Formation
at Saint Peter's Prep
(click on the link above for more information on our program)
The faculty formation program at Saint Peter’s Prep is very deliberate, and plays a vital role in maintaining the school’s Jesuit identity. The program exposes teachers to various levels of Ignatian spirituality and types of Ignatian prayer. At the same time, it introduces Ignatian ways of teaching, particularly the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm. The three-year cycle program includes opportunities for all teachers - those new to the profession as well as veterans, Catholic and non-Catholic alike. It is tailored as close to the individual faith experience of the person, which is a hallmark of Ignatian spirituality and of apostolic cura personalis (care of the person as an individual creation of God). Methods include faculty retreats, mission workshops, reading assignments, and fellowship opportunities.
Successful participation in the program would be part of each person's plan of professional growth and plays an important role in contractual relationships. After five years of receiving one-year contracts, teachers are offered five-year contracts, which are based heavily on their progress in their plans and related evaluations.( Taken from Fr.R.Reiser SJ)
For details on the Office of Faculty Formation, contact Ms. Jane Bleasdale, Director of Faculty Formation, at email@example.com or 201-547-6490.