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Digital Learning Days

School closings can disrupt the instructional programs of Catholic High School. To help students remain on pace with their studies during extended absences, administration and teachers of CHS will implement Digital Learning Days (DLD) in the event of a school closure. During Digital Learning Days, students will use their school-issued Chromebook to access Google Meet, an online conferencing tool, and Google Classroom to attend class and keep up with assignments posted by their teachers. All virtual meetings, coursework, and assignments are intentionally designed to keep student learning on track with the course curriculum. Students will be held accountable for logging into online class meetings on time and for the duration of the class, engaging appropriately in class, completing all assignments, and turning them in on time, as determined by the subject teacher. 

Please click here for the 2020-2021 Digital Learning Policy.

Message from Superintendent of Schools

Dear Parents and Members of the School Community,

This has been a difficult time and I thank you for your support and patience during these past months. The Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Richmond are finalizing plans for the reopening of our schools and we will be offering in-classroom instruction five days a week for all students when we return to school in August. 

On June 9th, Governor Northam issued Phase Guidance for Virginia Schools in order to plan for reopening schools and offering in-person instruction to students. The Phase Guidance, which is aligned with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), is designed to help private schools mitigate risks associated with COVID-19. The Guidance provides recommendations for the types of in-person instruction and programming that should be offered in each Phase as well as the corresponding health, safety, and physical distance measures. 

The opportunities for in-person instruction in each phase are as follows: 
•    Phase One: special education programs and childcare for working families
•    Phase Two: Phase One plus preschool through third grade students, English learners, and summer camps in school buildings
•    Phase Three: all students may receive in-person instruction as can be accommodated with strict physical distancing measures in place
•    Beyond Phase Three: divisions will resume "new-normal" operations under future guidance These school Phases are aligned with the existing Forward Virginia phases.

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