January Announcements

Updated: Jan 21


1/21/2022


Rapid Test Kits will be going home with students on Monday, along with a letter (which will be posted on the website). The Diocese will adapt a Test to Stay in School policy which will limit the impact of COVID exposures and Close Contacts going forward.


Please see the updated COVID guidelines provided by the Diocese. I know it can seem a bit verbose and confusing, so please feel free to ask if you have any questions (tmorris@diobrook.org) .



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The Gym has officially been reopened. We will return to its use for Early Drop Off and SONYC pick-up starting on Monday January 24.


A reminder that a February 11 Professional Development Day has been added to the Calendar. No school for all students (3K through Grade 8)


Our LifeTouch School Photo Date is Friday March 4 which includes student photos and graduation photos for Grades K and 8. More information to follow.


Lastly, the Home Academy Association Meeting has been moved back a week to Tuesday February 8 in observation of Chinese New Year.


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Our Gym continues to be renovated. The workers have recently finished placing the new wooden floor. We look for a tentative Gym re-open on Tuesday January 18.


The Diocese is in coordination with the Department of Health for Take - Home COVID Rapid Test Kit distribution for all families. Once we receive more information, we will let you know


School will be closed on Friday January 14 for all grades due to Teacher Workshop




January 2022



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Teachers will be sending home books with students today and tomorrow regarding the possibility of going remote after Christmas Break. This is out of precaution only as the City and Diocese may make a ruling which we would have to follow.


We are aware of the # of working families that are extremely challenged by Remote Learning and are open to the possibility of offering a hybrid model for those 5 days, giving families the option of sending in their students or keeping them remote. More information on a decision and this possibility will be provided on December 31.


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Here’s a sneak peek at our Christmas Boutique where students can get gifts for everyone on their list! Items range from $1 to $9. The Boutique will be open Mon 12/13 & Tues 12/14 during school. https://youtu.be/SrfsaT16cZ8


Also, GUT Card Stocking Stuffers will be on sale in the Main Office. The cards are $5 each or you can buy a set of 5 for $20. Stop by the Main Office or send in an envelope labeled "GUT Cards"

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