Special People in Catholic Education (SPiCE) supports the education of children with special learning needs in our parish and school. We value each student’s unique spiritual, intellectual, physical, social, cultural, and emotional needs. Each child in our parish is a child of God, and our program supports the educational needs of all children as we strive to serve a variety of learning styles which provide diversity in the classroom environment.
If any questions please feel free to contact our director of student learning, Jill Carfagna, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming Event: Corks for a Cause 2022
April 23, 2022 | 7 PM, Hendricks Hall
Save the date for this year’s Corks for a Cause! The annual silent auction and wine tasting that benefits our parish and school’s SPiCE (Special People in Catholic Education) program will take place on Saturday, April 23, 2022 at 7 PM in Hendricks Hall. We are excited to hold the event in-person again, but will continue to offer online bidding for guests who do not attend in-person.
More details and volunteer opportunities will be available soon. If you have silent auction items or bottles of wine you can donate, please contact Sarah Moore at email@example.com.
We can’t wait to see you in April!
SPiCE Newsletter 2020-2021
SPiCE: A Teacher’s Perspective
The following video showcases the teachers and SPiCE program at Saint Brigid of Kildare School and how they work each day to meet the learning needs of all students and to build strong and resilient children.
SPiCE: A Parent’s Perspective
A few of our SPiCE parents have shared how the SPiCE program has benefitted their child and their family. Hear their stories in our parent video.
What is SPiCE?
The SPiCE program at St. Brigid of Kildare is support for our learners in so many ways — it is teachers, support staff, adaptive tools, parenting workshops, professional development and so much more.
Click the link below to view a slideshow to learn a little more about what your donation funds for our SPiCE program at St. Brigid of Kildare.