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Online Learning Reflection Week Three

Online Learning Reflection Week Three

As we enter into Week Four, we thank everyone for their patience, understanding, and support of our system. This has been a new process for us all but as we head into a shortened week and our Spring Break, we feel we have a strong framework in place.

A couple of reminders-

Spring Break begins on Thursday April 9 and goes through Sunday April 19. Even though the last official decision was to resume school on April 20, this decision will most likely be extended, especially considering the national social distancing regulations through April 30. So at this time, it’s safe to say that our Online learning will resume at its regular schedule on Monday April 20 with a Monday-Thursday full instructional week and Friday for enrichment.

As we also head into our holiest week of the year, we will be posting regular information and reflections for the days ahead. It is highly suggested to attend virtual mass/services on Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday. This certainly is a trying time, but in God all things are possible and good (for those who love Him — Romans 8:28). There are a lot of graces and blessings to be received this last week of Lent, and as recommended to the students at the beginning of the season, now is the opportunity to increase our prayer and daily sacrifices. Put that smartphone and social media away until Easter. You will find yourself with extra time and a great opportunity to grow closer to God in many ways.

Wishing you a blessed week.

Mr. Morris

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