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William Michael
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Director of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy
Director of the Classical Liberal Arts Academy

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St. Jerome, pray for us.
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Happy Easter!

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The traditional feast day of St. Thomas Aquinas is March 7th, the day his earthly life ended.  While the Church has always marveled at his wisdom, he died only 49 years old.  St. Thomas, pray for us.
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St. John Bosco, you teach us the need for patience and humility in our works, please pray for us.
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Warning:  Any student found using his/her CLAA Google Apps account for any purpose other than CLAA studies will have that account suspended for at least one month.  

These rules, specifically, must be followed:

1.  You may not share any document with any CLAA student who has not directly requested it.
2.  You may not send an email any CLAA student who has not directly requested it.

It is, ultimately, the responsibility of parents to supervise their children's use of CLAA Google Apps accounts and if parents do not control the use of the accounts, we will close them so that CLAA students are not disturbed by unsolicited messages.

We will provide one warning upon first offense, a 1-month suspension upon second offense, and a permanent suspension upon the third offense.  It is important to note that the suspension of a CLAA Google Apps account may make CLAA studies impossible to continue.

As a policy, the CLAA will not "punish the innocent" by restricting access to the tools and resources the CLAA is able to provide to Christian families when they are misused by individual students.  We will, instead, remove the individuals who misuse them.

Mr. William Michael, Director
Classical Liberal Arts Academy

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Pray the Ten Commandments with the help of English composer Thomas Tallis (1505-1585).

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Learn the Te Deum in English, with C.V. Stanford's version in B flat.

“I am the vine; you the branches: he that abideth in me, and I in him, the same beareth much fruit: for without me you can do nothing.”  (John 15:5)
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