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.

Click here to read the “Healthy at School” plan.

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Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Louisville are seeking to hire talented teachers, teacher assistants, and office personnel. Teachers must be certified by the Kentucky Department of Education. For more information about posted openings, see www.archlou.org/school-job-openings/; other openings are available. To apply, go to www.archlou.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/OCS-Employment-Application07-2020.pdf.

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Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Louisville are Hiring!

Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Louisville are seeking to hire talented teachers, teacher assistants, and office personnel.  Teachers must be certified by the Kentucky Department of Education. For more information about posted openings, see https://www.archlou.org/school-job-openings/; other openings are available.  To apply, go to https://www.archlou.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/OCS-Employment-Application07-2020.pdf. 

Questions, email or call Lori Weiter, lweiter@archlou.org or 502-585-3291.

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So glad John Paul school staff is ready to go! They have worked all summer on a plan and thankfully classes are small enough to support social distancing! Thank you teachers!

What you should be doing is closing your schools until there is a vaccine. I don't think God likes arrogance.

Good for you....

Shame on you. I’m a retired teacher. How could you do this to our children and teachers😪😪😪

Alicia?

Great planning

Don't expect your insurance to pay for birthcontrol!

I’m so glad your are choosing to open up. It’s so great for those kids.

They got the faith...Do you ?

They will get covid-19 fast

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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.

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