On a cold December night, about 50 concerned parishioners and parents file into the basement of St. Pius V school at South Grand Boulevard and Utah Street. The Reverend Michael Lydon, pastor of the church, and Sister Barbara Siderewicz, the school’s principal, sit at two tables, facing several row... More >>>
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By Mark Gilliland
Small class size and a multiage curriculum permit individual attention to students by the same teacher for two years.