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COVID-19 Response

Despite most campus operations closing in mid-March, learning and community-building will not stop. Carondelet was able to seamlessly transition all 800 students and 100 faculty and staff members to online learning and work and remains poised to meet the challenges ahead.

→ Read the Flexible Learning Plan guidebook (PDF)


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Distance Learning

Carondelet seamlessly transitioned to a distance learning model in the spring and remains well-prepared today because of our implementation of digital learning tools, professional development for faculty and staff, and our 1:1 student iPad program, and more. Our success was featured on ABC7 News. → Distance Learning

Town Hall: Distance Learning

To provide more understanding of our distance learning model, successes and modifications from the spring semester, and clear answers for students and families, we hosted virtual Town Hall meetings on July 27 and 28. → Watch the recordings

 

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Maintaining every single student’s and staffmember’s safety and health is our highest priority. We are following all mandates and recommendations from county and state health officials and the CDC. → Keeping our school community safe

 

Communications

School leadership proactively communicates with students and families about all changes to school operations via email. → Carondelet’s past messages

 

drawing of a heart inside of a head, indicating wellnessResources

Navigating a pandemic and shelter-in-place is an unknown for all of us. We’ve curated a variety of resources to help for families, students, and educators manage emotional and physical stressors. → Wellness resources for COVID-19

“We know the power of community is what makes Carondelet so special and there’s no virtual tool that replaces being together. Our goal is to safely bring as many students to campus as possible as soon as possible, while following local and national public health and education recommendations. All instruction will be designed primarily for online learning so every student has an equal opportunity to learn no matter where they are.”

-Kevin Cushing, Principal

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