UPDATED THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 2020
Dear CHS Families,
I pray that you and your loved ones are well. The CHS community is composed of so many wonderful people, and we value each and every one of you! In the face of adversity, our community really shines.
Right now, the focus is on pulling together and taking action for the greater good, for our communities, nation, and humanity. Governor Northam’s Executive Order number 55 extends the stay at home mandate until June 10, 2020. I am sorry to say that prom will not take place as scheduled. I know this is sad news. We will not be able to meet in person for Graduation and Baccalaureate on the previously scheduled dates due to the mandates. The Superintendent of Catholic Schools has stated that we will look for ways to honor our graduates, and we are in discussions about that now. I will keep families informed of the outcome of those discussions.
Third Quarter Honor Roll letters will be sent electronically rather than through the postal service to streamline the process. Please see the additional information about the honor roll below.
We are proud of all of our students’ hard work, effort, and accomplishments during Digital Learning Days (DLD). The adjustment to a new learning environment amidst troubling times is not easy, and our students are doing a great job! The constants of learning, faith, teacher relationships, and peer interactions, provided through Digital Learning Days, provide stability, comfort, and strength to our students.