Pennsylvania diocese to close parish schools, create regional-school system
February 18, 2016
The Diocese of Erie, Pennsylvania, has announced plans to eliminate all parish-based Catholic schools, and replace them with a system of regional schools.
The new system-- which will be run under the supervision of the diocese, rather than individual parishes-- will include six campuses, each accomodating students from pre-kindergarten to the 8th grade.
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