NCPD Webinar: Access in Catholic Education, Part I: Elementary Schools

NCPD Webinar: Access in Catholic Education, Part I: Elementary Schools

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Catholic schools more perfectly reflect the single flock envisioned by Jesus, our Shepherd, when they welcome and integrate students with disabilities into the total life of the school. In this NCPD webinar, Access in Catholic Education, Part I: Elementary Schools on Tuesday, October 13, 2009, from 3-4:00 p.m. EDT (and Access in Catholic Education, Part II: High Schools on February 16, 2010), Catholic educators with significant experience at both the school and diocesan levels will share strategies and resources that enable Catholic schools to become successful, inclusive communities.

For downloadable PDF flyer click here.

Click here to register.

Recommended for: 

  • Diocesan and school administrators and faculty
  • Diocesan disability ministry personnel
  • Other diocesan and parish personnel
  • Family members
  • All those interested in this topic



  • Sally Todd, Associate Superintendent, Diocese of Orange Catholic Schools
  • Eileen Grams, Inclusion Specialist, Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Elementary School
  • (Moderator) Marie Powell, Executive Director, USCCB Secretariat of Catholic Education

Organizations Involved with this Webinar:

In Partnership with:
  • The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Secretariat of Catholic Education
  • The National Conference for Catechetical Leadership (NCCL).
In Collaboration with:
  • The National Apostolate for Inclusion Ministry (NAfIM)
  • The National Catholic Office for the Deaf (NCOD)

Payment tiers: 

  • All personnel from NCPD’s Affiliate Member (Arch)Dioceses attend free of charge. All NCCL members’ fees are covered by prior financial arrangement. Others participate for a $30.00 fee per logged-in computer.
  • To verify if your (arch)diocese is an Affiliate Member of NCPD, click this link: Current NCPD Affiliate Member (Arch)Dioceses 

Please contact Dr. Nancy Thompson at NCPD with questions at 202/529-2933,
202/529-2934 (tty), 319/270-6923 or by email at