Catholic Schools: Open for Live, In-Person Instruction

Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Boston are welcoming children back to the classroom this fall. We are putting children first, with live, in-person instruction five days a week.

Thomas Carroll, superintendent of Catholic schools in the archdiocese, said, "If your school is hesitating about opening in the fall, seriously consider a Catholic school that offers live in-person instruction, a sense of community, and teachers who will love your children like their own — all in a safe, healthy environment with faith and respect."

Mary Goslin, associate superintendent of government programs, has been working closely with vendors and school leaders during the preparation process. "Our first priority is keeping our school communities safe. Before they open, each school is advised to have three months' worth of personal protection equipment and cleaning supplies at their location," she said. "These school leaders, along with the nurses and facilities managers, have been working around-the-clock to develop plans, protocols, and strategies to keep their school communities safe this fall."

To find a school near you and to learn more about its offerings this fall, visit www.schoolswithliveinstruction.org.

A teacher wearing a mask takes a moment from instruction in Haverhill, Massachusetts

Sacred Hearts School, Bradford
Photographer: George Martell

A student wearing a mask takes a break from studying at a Catholic school in East Boston

East Boston Central Catholic School
Photographer: George Martell

A student wearing a mask learns at a Catholic school in Boston

Saints Academy, Beverly
Photographer: George Martell

A student wearing a mask uses a makerspace at a school

Sacred Heart School, Roslindale
Photographer: George Martell

A student in a mask plays at a school in Boston

Sacred Heart School, Roslindale
Photographer: George Martell

 

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