Interim Superintendent of Catholic schools, working with task force on reopening schools

Kelly Branaman, a 17-year veteran of the Archdiocese of Washington’s Catholic Schools Office who on July 1 became interim superintendent of Catholic schools for the archdiocese, said she is anxious to experience “how wonderful it is to have the joy of children back in our buildings.”

“The first thing I am looking forward to is welcoming back our students, families and faculty to our Catholic schools and to thank them for their commitment to Catholic education, to thank them for their extraordinary response to distance learning and to thank them for their preparation for this school year approaching,” Branaman said.

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