Nouvel Catholic Central High School alum writes, directs play to be performed locally

February 17, 2023

Photo:  Playwright and guest director Jose Perez IV directs a scene of "Very Berry Dead," which will premiere at Saginaw Valley State University.  |. Michael Randolph, SVSU

Story courtesy of Saginaw Valley State University

Jose Perez IV, the author and director of Saginaw Valley State University’s next theatre performance, “Very Berry Dead,” is no stranger to the Great Lakes Bay Region. The multifaceted talent grew up in Saginaw, graduating from Nouvel Catholic Central before completing bachelor’s and master’s degrees in drama.  

It's time to celebrate Catholic Schools Week!

January 27, 2023

Mass with Bishop Gruss, a faith parade, construction of a roller coaster, a “powderbuff” volleyball game, Catholic quiz bowl, a family carnival and much more … it must be time to celebrate Catholic Schools Week!  

Excellence in Teaching Award is open for nominations

January 18, 2023

The Office of Catholic Schools is pleased to announce annual Excellence in Teaching Award for the 2022-23 academic year. This award is intended to recognize and celebrate the positive impact that Catholic school teachers in the Diocese of Saginaw make in the lives of their students, schools, and communities. The award seeks to recognize teachers who exemplify what it means to be a Catholic educator. Recipients will receive a $2,500 gift in recognition of their contributions to their school.

Update on Let MI Kids Learn

January 12, 2023

Superintendent of Schools Cormac Lynn released the following statement regarding the Let MI Kids Learn petition drive. 

CCFMM wraps up 2022 with nearly $500,000 in disbursements for Catholic education

January 5, 2023

By Mary Beth Looby and Joan Ramm

This has been a blessed and busy year for the Catholic Community Foundation of Mid-Michigan (CCFMM). The CCFMM distributed more than $900,000 during the past year with almost half of the funds earmarked for Catholic education in the Diocese of Saginaw. Cormac Lynn, superintendent of schools, said the funds impact virtually every aspect of the schools’ operations. The St. Joseph Giving Society is continuing their mission of gifting each sixth-grade student with a Bible to use in class and to keep for a lifetime of faith.