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Accom Catholic schools across the United States, and in the Diocese of EvansviUe, high- " lighted their accomplishments during the annual celebration of Catholic Schools Week observed this year Jan. 30 through Feb. 5. The week brought a message from President Clinton, praising the schools for chal: longing their students academically and instilling in them "a strong moral founda- tion." In a letter delivered Jan. 31 to the National Catholic Educational Association, Clin- ton praised Catholic schools for giving young people the "intellectual courage to learn and explore, while instilling a strong moral foundation" and for "helping to secure a brighter future for generations of Americans to come." He praised the dedication of administrators and teachers. Catholic schools throughout the diocese participated in the annual Catholic celebra- tion. Kim Elpers, a third grader teacher at Sts. Peter and Paul School, Haubstadt, and Paula Lattner, pmnclpal, wrote for and recmved a grant bmngmg rales and Scales to their school. Students from Holy Cross School, Fort Branch; St. James School, St. James, and St. Joseph School, Princeton, were invited to attend the performance. First graders at Washington Catholic Washington, display a banner made Week. -- Message photo ] Students from the four Catholic Schools in the Princeton Deanery gath- ered for Mass at St. Joseph Church, Princeton, Feb. 4. Five priests from the deanery con-celebrated the Mass joined by Deacon Robert Hayden. They are Father James Koressel, pastor at St. Joseph Church, Princeton; Father Felix Preske; Father Francis Schroering, pastor at St. Peter and Paul Church, Haubstadt; Father Bernard Lutz, pastor at Holy Cross nureh, Fort. B t. James. D cc ment Church, Oakland City. -- Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes Noting that Catholic schools are "here for the rged the students to =take everything that you are given and give it;to your:children a =mdy. ..... University of Evansville basketball ton, hli Lnderburgh County, during ve in themselves while Mark p iOrti. - 3rodents at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon, began the week with a special prayer service Schools -- Your Choice for Education." Teachers at Corpus Christi School, Evansville, visited classrooms in the morning and were i Message photo with their on Feb. 2. Faculty members "Thank You  to to the , 1 ing free babysitting the evening eign students from M presented a program dealing tures. , the two Jas