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October 23, 2020
Dear YC Families,
Thank you for the support and flexibility you have shown since we reopened our school in August. As we end the 1st marking period next week, we are blessed to share we have had no positive cases of students or staff to date.
For the 2nd marking period, we will continue all of our current health and safety protocol:
For the second marking period, we will also continue to provide our students and families with a virtual learning option in an effort to meet any health and safety concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
To help us continue to provide a virtual learning option that balances academics with health and safety needs, the following procedure will be in place throughout the remainder of this school year for those families who wish to change from one learning option to another (Virtual to In-Person or In-Person to Virtual ) during the 2020-2021 school year. The chosen learning option will be in place for a full marking period before it can be changed again, should a family wish to do so.
Deadlines for notifying Mrs. Hand at email@example.com of your intent to move from one learning option to another for Marking Periods 2, 3 and 4 are listed below:
February 22 – Change in effect for the remainder of Q3
Please note the following:
Thank you for all your family is doing to help keep York Catholic a safe learning environment.
Katie Seufert ‘96
August 1, 2020
As you know, the start of the 2020-2021 school year will look and feel different as we continue to navigate the health situation related to COVID-19. As guidelines evolve, our school will continue to adapt to the recommendations issued by federal, state, Diocesan, and local entities for our area.
As previously published, York Catholic High School plans to “Return to Learn” in person, on campus, 5 days per week for the 2020-2021 school year. As an alternative to in-person instruction, families will be given the option to participate in virtual instruction via “simultaneous teaching.” Webcams and tripods have been placed in every classroom to allow students who choose (for COVID-related reasons), to participate live in the classroom from home as if they were seated in the physical classroom themselves. We are prepared for all possible alternatives, should further remote learning be necessary as a result of a required physical campus closure.
Thank you for your patience and support as we work to Return to Learn at YC for the 2020-2021 school year. As always, we appreciate your partnership in the Catholic education of your children.
Katie Seufert ‘96