Welcome to the Omaha area Catholic High School Parent Resource Website!
|All Omaha Catholic HS (9-12) Parents and Students Welcome|
|LOCATION:||Creighton Preparatory High School, Criss Auditorium|
|DATE:||Tuesday, October 2, 2012|
|TOPIC:||Video presentation of "Sex Still Has a Price Tag" by Pam Stenzel|
|SPEAKERS:||Follow up panel of local experts - Debbie Sheehan, MA, spiritual director; Dr. Lloyd Pierre of Sancta Familia Medical Assoc.; and Sherri Nared, STD HIV Prevention Specialist with Douglas County Health Dept.|
We are so glad you could visit.
This website is intended to provide a myriad of resources to parents, friends, and family members of our Omaha area Catholic high school students.
Today’s families face ever increasing concerns, difficulties and obstacles in a variety of different aspects of our lives. Whether you or your child requires help regarding study skills, spirituality, or social issues, this website will provide links to a wealth of information for many of your needs, and it is now available to you at any time day or night. Life doesn’t stop, and this collection of resources will always be ready.
On this website you will find information that reflects Catholic values and Catholic beliefs that are as follows:
- Focused counselor-directed resources;
- Sources that have been researched and approved by the parent coalition committee;
- Links within categories by area of interest or concern;
- Information available and accessible when you need it, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
It is our sincere hope that you find the information herein valuable and worthwhile, and we always welcome your comments and suggestions. Please feel free to contact your school’s parent coalition representative for further information or questions.
Disclaimer: All links are provided from credible sources because of the positive resources we know they provide. The New York Times, government, and medical search engines, etc. value their credibility. However, when students go from link to link to link, they may eventually uncover a site that wants them to buy something or isn’t positive. We can’t control what is on websites beyond the links we provide. Our intent is to help students and their families. Judicial use of the internet is the responsibility of the family and student. If desired, the student may create a separate email address and use a fake name, etc. when doing searches.