Charles Sinclair '67, a former Scecina teacher and a graduate of Little Flower Catholic School, was adopted as an infant. He and his brothers and sisters in his adoptive family all attended Scecina. He recently reconnected with his birth family and told the following story on the website of St. Elizabeth Coleman, the Catholic Charities organization that provides pregnancy and adoption services.
This is his heartwarming story of tracking down his birth mother and brothers and sisters. ...Read More
Thu, December 1, 2016
By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications
For Tony Schmoll '77, the Scecina community has always been home. So his return to his alma mater seems destined. This fall he began teaching AP English Literature and Composition, senior English and etymology to Scecina students. "I jumped at this opportunity for many reasons, but primarily to have the opportunity to work with some really great people and with some very nice kids," he said.
Schmoll actually began his teaching career at Scecina but left to...Read More
Wed, November 2, 2016
By Bernadette Lathrop
From running a restaurant to running half-marathons across the country … that seems like a lot of coming and going! They were both very big steps to take. When I was a young woman, I had a long, lingering thought down deep to have a restaurant. My move back home to the Irvington neighborhood in Indianapolis after many years away held a plan unknown to me at that time. ...Read More
Tue, October 4, 2016
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