July 18, 2015
Bishop Kearney Begins Phase 1 of Construction
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (July 16, 2014) – This week Bishop Kearney High School, a Golisano Education Partner, began construction and renovations of the entire top floor of the building. This past November school officials announced a partnership with LEGACY Global Sports to offer the first-ever Selects Academy girls’ hockey program in the United States. The program will bring elite youth hockey players from around the world to live and learn at Bishop Kearney while competing in the country’s highest level of girls’ hockey.
To house students participating in the program, Bishop Kearney will be renovating the currently unused third-floor dormitory that previously housed teachers at the school. The dormitories are complete with kitchens, lounge areas and onsite RA space, all of which will be getting a modern upgrade for its new residents. Dormitory renovations are expected to completed by July, 2016.
“We’re excited to be the first school in the country to offer a Selects Academy program for girls,” Bishop Kearney President Thomas O’Neil said. “This unique program gives elite hockey players from around the world, exposure to the high-level academics we offer here at Bishop Kearney, all in a nurturing environment where they can pursue both their academic and athletic dreams.”
Selects Hockey, a division of LEGACY Global Sports, is an internationally acclaimed youth program that gives young athletes from across the globe the opportunity to compete against the best in their sport while also receiving high quality academics. LEGACY Global Sports will recruit players worldwide to participate in the program. Once students are selected and confirmed, Bishop Kearney will house and educate the students and manage implementation of the hockey program.
“The Selects Academy at Bishop Kearney will be the premier hockey academy in the world for girls,” said Selects Girls Hockey Director, Kathy Pippy. “We’re excited to have found such a high-level education partner for this new venture that will help open doors towards future success for youth athletes.”
July 17, 2015
Rochester: July 15th, 2015 at age 35.
Predeceased by her grandfathers, grandmother and father-in-law.
She is survived by her husband, Brett; her sons, Aiden and Nathaniel; her parents, Rusty and Tanya LeBeau; grandmother, Baba; sister and brothers, Elizabeth (Christopher) Vandetti, George, Alex and Michael (Becky) Klimchuk; mother-in-law, Jodie Farrell; father-in-law, David Deuschle; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Scott (Debbie) Deuschle; many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Calling hours will be Sunday 4pm to 7pm at New Comer Funeral Home, 2636 Ridgeway Ave.
Her funeral mass will be held Monday at 10am at St Mark’s Church, 54 Kuhn Rd. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
Mary Le Beau Deuschle was a 1998 graduate of Bishop Kearney. The entire Bishop Kearney community is praying for Mary’s friends and family. May God provide peace and strength in the days that lie ahead.
July 6, 2015
July 6, 2015
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