The Archdiocese Department of Catholic Schools has issued the following update to the Catholic School Community regarding the latest status on the resumption of on-campus instruction.
The Department of Catholic Schools has issued an important announcement. Click on one of the links below to view/print a PDF of the full letter. As a result of the revised statewide “Safer at Home” order, remote learning will be extended through Sunday, April 19. The intent is to resume in-person instruction on Monday, April 20, but much will depend on orders from public health officials at that time.
Due to the “Safe at Home” regulation, all students are receiving lessons through varies forms of online communication. Teachers are still working remotely from their homes communicating with students and parents through varies online venues like Remind101, Class dojo, Google Classrooms / Docs, SmartyAnts, ActivelyLearn, and Zoom conferences. Please rest assure that the school is doing all in its power to keep students on track with their academic learning. We thank the parents for their continuous support in this time of need.
Please take note that school will be in session on Monday, March 16th, from 8-12:30 P.M.. There will be no after school care provided. Students will be given homework to complete during the two week closure due to the COVID-19 virus. School will not be in session from March 17, 2020 through March 31, 2020.
Paul M. Escala, Superintendent of Schools, Archdiocese of Los Angeles has sent out a letter to all schools regarding actions the Department of Catholic Schools is taking related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please click here to view/print a PDF of the letter. The letter is in both English and Spanish.
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