News and Announcements



Bishop Malloy has approved the following directives for dissemination by the Catholic Education Office:
  • Beginning on Monday, March 16, classes at all Diocesan elementary and high school facilities are to be suspended until at least March 30th, at which time the situation will be re-evaluated, and further directives will be provided. During this time period, however, schools are expected to put into place e-learning/distant learning protocols. No e-learning will be assigned during the week of spring break, March 23rd through March 27th.
  • The suspension of on-site classes also includes ALL athletic, extra-curricular, and co-curricular activities both on and off-site. The suspension of these athletic, extra-curricular, and co-curricular activities is to begin immediately and will be re-evaluated at the same time the school situation is re-evaluated.
During the next two weeks we will direct our school maintenance staff to do a deep cleaning of our school facility and we will also limit access to the building.
Families & staff, we ask that if anyone is planning on traveling outside the continental United States during the upcoming spring break that you inform your school administrator and place yourself on a 14-day self-quarantine when you return. This is important because you will not be allowed to return to school until that period of time has elapsed. And the quarantine period begins the day you return from the trip.
Because this is an ever-evolving situation, there may be more information and directives that will be communicated to you so please check your e-mail regularly.
Let us pray for all those who have been affected by the Coronavirus, both directly and indirectly, and to an end to this outbreak.
Thank you for your cooperation in helping to manage this current pandemic.