March Edition- Celebrating Women’s History Month

 The articles and artwork of each Tablet Jr. are created by the students of the diocesan academies, and each month there is a new theme and a new academy.  

Divine Wisdom Catholic Academy is this month’s academy to showcase its journalistic skills.  Enjoy reading the additional student submissions as well as using the Teacher Resources below. This is the sixth edition of the new school year.  Let us know what you think!

An Independent Mother and Role-Model

BY FABIANA FERAZZOLI, GR. 7

When thinking of a female role model, the first person that comes to mind is Olga Ovcharenko. Olga, a Ukrainian woman who lived in Russia during the Communist time, immigrated to America at 15. 

FOR THE FULL ARTICLE SEE THE COVER PAGE OF THE TABLET Jr.

Breaking Boundaries

BY Gwen Roder, GR. 7

Women’s History Month celebrates women who demonstrate courage, empower other women, and fight for gender equality

FOR THE FULL ARTICLE SEE PAGE 2 OF THE TABLET Jr.

An American Mulan

BY Sloane Regan, GR. 7

Many people have heard the story of Mulan. She was a woman who wanted to fight in a war for her family. Only women couldn’t fight in wars.

FOR THE FULL ARTICLE SEE PAGE 3 OF THE TABLET Jr.

Instructional Guide

Expand on the Catholic Social Teaching Curriculum by using this month’s Teacher Guide to expand your students’ content and understanding of accomplishments in Women’s History.

Student Artwork

Students submitted artwork and photos that represent the theme. See the edition for additional artwork.

About the Tablet Jr.

A collaboration between CTN and The Tablet editorial staff, The Tablet Jr. includes stories written by middle-grade students from diocesan academies and schools as well as student-created artwork. Additional elements include a question-and-answer column, a diocesan history column, fun activities such as word puzzles, and a news article written by a member of The Tablet staff.

Instructional Resource Guide

Tablet Jr. CartoonPrint-rich materials that can motivate and engage students in class. TEACHER GUIDE