Bismarck Catholic schools reorganizingA superintendent will oversee Bismarck’s Roman Catholic schools under a new unified operations plan.
BISMARCK (AP) — A superintendent will oversee Bismarck’s Roman Catholic schools under a new unified operations plan.
The proposal has been studied for two years. One of the chairmen of the effort, Greg Vetter, said a single system can be run more efficiently.
Vetter told Prairie Public radio of Bismarck that the individual schools and parishes are stronger as a unit than they are standing alone.
Bismarck has three Roman Catholic grade schools and a high school. The system has about 970 students. The new unit will be called, “Light of Christ Catholic Schools of Excellence.”