The winners of the 2015 Holocaust Reflection Contest hosted by Nova Southeastern University and the Holocaust Learning and Education Fund, Inc. are now announced on the contest website: www.nova.edu/holocaustessay.
Please visit this website to view the winning essays, visual art pieces, and films. The site also includes a photo gallery of pictures taken at the award ceremony held on March 15 at Nova Southeastern University.
Thank you to all who participated.
Holocaust Reflection Contest Planning and Steering Committee
AnnunciationCatholic School educates
Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade and is an accredited school within the Diocese of St. Augustine. Our school is supported by the three Catholic Churches in Clay County, Florida: St. Luke in Middleburg, St. Catherine in Orange Park and Sacred Heart in Fleming Island.
We educate both Catholic and non-Catholic students in an environment of spirituality, academic success, social responsibility, discipline and leadership.
Annunciation Catholic School has two classes per grade level with a maximum student population of 500. Students receive daily instruction in religion, language arts, science, mathematics and social studies. All students attend a weekly school Mass and are further enriched by weekly instruction in art, music, physical education, Spanish, technology and media science. Our students are held to high academic and behavioral standards while being guided to develop the self discipline necessary for a successful life. Community Service Projects at all grade levels are integrated into the learning environment.
Annunciation Catholic School is accredited by the Florida Catholic Conference and proudly follows the curriculum established by the Diocese of St. Augustine meeting (or exceeding) all state and national standards in academic areas. Our excellent academic program offers a strong foundation for future learning while developing critical thinking skills. A variety of instructional methods are used to meet individual learning styles.
The Mission of Annunciation Catholic School is to develop the potential of every child while fostering the Christian ideals of love, witness, and service in partnership with families and parishes.