COVID19 PREP

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Message from Principal – 3-23 Update

Dear St. Francis Families,

I hope you’re all doing well, taking care of yourselves and loved ones. We are into our second week of a mandated quarantine, and probably trying to find a rhythm to our new temporary reality. 

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Update on Closure

Dear St. Francis Families,

I hope you’re all doing well, taking care of yourselves and loved ones. We are dealing with an unprecedented pandemic that we’ve not experienced in our lifetime. 

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Message from the Dean

Dear Parents,

Thank you for your understanding and support as we all work together in this time of transition.  We would like you to know that our program, times and structure has been developed with input from educators and mental health professionals. It has been advised that keeping students to their normal routines as much as possible will help keep them more emotionally and mentally safe in times of great stress.  With that in mind, we have created a “school day” that mimics the regular classroom day. However, there will be obvious differences, as your student will see, as we all walk the path of this new online format together.  

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SFHS Preparation for COVID-19

Update on Transition to Distance Learning 

 March 16, 2020

Dear St. Francis Families,

I am sure you have many questions after hearing that school would be closed for the next two weeks. Below is a list of some of the questions and the answers that you may have considered over the weekend. On a personal note, I cannot express how much I appreciate the patience and support you have shown us throughout this COVID-19 situation. I can assure you that every person who works at St. Francis Catholic High School has your child’s best interests at heart, and they will be working hard over the next two weeks to ensure a continuity of learning and a smooth return to school whenever that date is identified by public health officials, as well as federal/state/local authorities.

I’m also attaching a memorandum from our Superintendent and Executive Director of Schools, which outlines the transition from brick and mortar instruction to an online format.

How will distance learning work?