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July 14, 2020

Dearest Saint Luke families,

    By now, I hope you have had the chance to read the letter from our superintendent, Dr. Chadzutko regarding the reopening of Catholic schools for September.  Although there are still so many unknowns and variables, one thing remains constant.  Our school is committed to ensuring that we continue to uphold our long tradition of educating our students with an outstanding, standards- based curriculum, nurturing their spiritual growth and Catholic faith, and sustaining the strong sense of community and family that we appreciate.   Our reopening task force is working diligently to explore many options for reopening including a full reopening with a 5-day schedule, a hybrid model with groups of students in the building at alternating times, combined with online instruction, as well as complete distance learning, if need be.  Of course, which option is chosen depends, in large part to the mandates and guidelines issued by our government officials.   Saint Luke will always choose the safety and health of our students and staff as the highest priority.  With that being said, we have already adopted some standard policies and procedures for September that we feel are necessary, including:

  • Hand sanitizer dispensers in every classroom
  • Touchless hand soap and paper towel dispensers in every bathroom
  • Contactless thermometers to monitor the temperature of staff and students
  • Social distancing guidelines and markers
  • School supply guidelines to eliminate the sharing of classroom supplies
  • Scheduling options to minimize large groups, if necessary
  • Frequent cleaning of all shared spaces and objects according to the highest standards, including the use of an electrostatic cleansing machine
  • Masks required by all staff and students throughout the day.  These will be available should a student lose or dirty theirs
  • Continuity of as many before and after school care options, programs, and clubs as allowed, with social distancing as needed

 

    As guidelines and policies are developed and updated, we will continue to revise this outline.  We expect the governor to make a full announcement regarding the return to school some time during the week of August 1-7th.

   

With God’s Blessings,
Mrs. Brunswick, Principal


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