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Teacher Jean O’Connor worked yesterday to resolve an issue between Gianni Rios (left) and Michael Colorossi at St. Columbkille’s. There has been concern that the school might close.

BC to help run ailing elementary school

Pact boosts future of St. Columbkille

By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / March 22, 2006

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Boston College announced yesterday that it will run St. Columbkille School with the Catholic Archdiocese of Boston starting in September, a bid to ensure the survival of the only parochial school left in the Allston-Brighton area while the future of urban Catholic schools remains in jeopardy nationwide. (Full article: 945 words)

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