Collaboration and Cooperation, the Mantra for the March Newsletter
Sister Diana’s Director’s Corner for March focuses on “Collaboration” and “Cooperation,” two words that many see as the same, but she sees as two complimentary, but different concepts.
She defines collaboration as “working together with others to achieve a common goal,” and cooperation as “working together for a common goal, but also getting along with those with whom you are working, honoring differences of opinion and styles of doing something, and appreciating the fact that there is always more than one way to achieve any goal.
She goes on to say, “In other words, collaboration is what you do in working together, and cooperation is how you do it. She offers suggestions of how to reinforce the values of collaboration and cooperation in the home.
In addition, this issue features:
- Our Alumni Spotlight focused on Bridget Lanschwager and Charlie Schaffer.
- Student of the Month, Billy Bosley
- An article on Hope Hall’s new initiative, the Hope for Tomorrow Campaign that will enable the expansion and renovation of the school and help us enhance programming.
- The tale of Enemy Pie in the classroom
- Seeds of Hope in Science
- How the St. Pauly shed helps Hope Hall and many others.
- An update on Experience Italy and invitation to make in-kind donations for it.
- Save the Date for the High Hopes Golf Tournament (Hint: It’s July 31 this year, at The Links at Greystone)