With careful consideration, collaboration, and much prayer we have decided to make a transition from on-site instruction to remote learning. We understand how this impacts all of our daily lives. Some may not agree or be angry with this decision. However, we are in an extraordinary and unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic crisis. We humbly ask for your collective support in this decision.
On Monday March 16th our school buildings will be open from 10am - 12pm for the few students that might need to obtain items, books, notebooks etc from their lockers and/or classrooms. We asked students on Friday to bring everything home with them so there should be very few that need to come collect absolutely necessary items.
Starting March 17th the school buildings will be closed to students and families. They will remain closed for approximately two weeks. That is, through March 30th and pending any changes in advice and/or mandates from state and federal leadership. As this is a very fluid situation this term could be shorter or longer. Any changes will be communicated as quickly as humanly possible.
Please be aware that remote learning will look very different for the high school division, middle school division, intermediate division, primary division, and pre-school program. You will be receiving more communication from school and division leaders as well as teachers with specific instructions and plans for each division and class.
The transition to remote learning will officially begin Wednesday March 18th. However, please be on the lookout for an abundance of information from teachers and staff between now and then. We will need your help in getting students ready and prepared for the transition at 8am on Wednesday.
The only way we can get through this successfully and without changes in the academic calendar is if the entire Greenville Catholic Schools community works together to maintain the integrity of our children’s education to the best of our ability. We need your help!! It will take much sacrifice and inconvenience by all … if we are diligent, work hard, and be patient with each other we will get through this together.
Let us all continue to pray for our community’s health, peace, and grace in this most tumultuous time.
St. Peter … Pray For Us!!
St. John Paul II … Pray For Us!!
Principal Conticchio and Principal Alexander