We have created the following plan to ensure the safety of our staff, students, and families as we welcome them back to in-person instruction for the 2020-21 school year. The plan is offered as guidance to our pastors and Catholic school leaders as they take the steps to bring staff back to work and students back to school.
We love that our children are learning values that are important in life besides their academic education. Learning how to grow and maintain a spiritual life is very important to us. Respect is also another important value that is much needed in today's society, and our children are learning to be courteous and respectful to others.
Omar and Lizettparents of Javier, Adrian, MonserratSt. Xavier and St. Rita
We just got pictures of the desk protectors at our kids school...with the disclaimer that no masks are required when at the desk!!!!!! What?! The desks are NOT 6 feet apart and Covid is an airborne illness. I am now very upset and so very disheartened with our Catholic schools. Mask should be required at all times. Period.
Do you like to work with children and youth? Are you seeking a part-time job that will enrich your life? The Archdiocese of Louisville is seeking substitute teachers for PK to grade 12 elementary/secondary schools, located in Hardin, Jefferson, Marion, Nelson, Oldham, Shelby, and Washington counties. While subs are not required to possess a teaching certificate, candidates must have at least 60 hours of college credit and must submit a resume, college transcript, and two letters of reference. Applicants also must submit proof of attendance at an archdiocesan safe environment training or attend training before being hired. To apply, go to, www.archlou.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/OCS-Employment-Application07-2020.pdf.
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