‘Many hours beyond measure’ spent to ensure Catholic schools’ safe reopening, superintendent says
When Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Washington abruptly closed their doors to in-person instruction March 13 in an effort to stem the spread of COVID-19, a plan was already in place to continue educating students via the Internet for the rest of the school year. As those schools looked to their opening for the 2020-2021 academic school year, a task force was established to determine how schools would teach in this time of pandemic.
The archdiocese’s Reopening of Schools Task Force issued a document – “Onward Together in Faith” – that was distributed to parents and educators summarizing the reopening plans of 62 archdiocesan high schools, elementary schools, and early learning centers, and 29 independent Catholic schools located in the archdiocese.
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