What Catholic schools are closing in NY?

The following Catholic schools are closing in the archdiocese of New York:

  • Corpus Christi School, Manhattan.
  • Divine Mercy School, New Windsor.
  • Holy Family School, New Rochelle.
  • Nativity of Our Blessed Lady Schoo, Bronx.
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help School, Pelham Manor.
  • Our Lady of Pompeii School, Manhattan.

Are Catholic schools closed in NYC?

NBC News: Catholic Schools in NYC Reopen With COVID-19 Guidelines in Place. Catholic schools in New York City have reopened for the start of the school year with COVID-19 guidelines in place.

Why are Catholic schools closing in NYC?

Published: Nov. 18, 2020, 4:50 p.m. STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The Archdiocese of New York announced Wednesday that its Catholic schools will remain open until it’s deemed unsafe, despite Mayor Bill de Blasio’s announcement that public schools will close beginning Thursday amid rising coronavirus (COVID-19) cases citywide.

Will NY Catholic schools reopen?

Catholic Schools Opening Plan At A Glance For the 2021-22 school year, the primary model will be in-person learning without hybrid or remote learning. This approach includes a return to regular class sizes and face-to-face classes with social distancing in accordance with current guidelines.

How many Catholic schools are in NY?

New York Catholic Schools Release Video Recap of Opening Day 2021 Media Coverage. All 171 Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of New York are open once again, thanks […]

Are NYC schools closed?

Clerical Day: Public schools are closed for elementary, middle, and District 75 school students. All other public schools are open.

How many Catholic schools are there in New York City?

All 171 Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of New York are open once again, thanks […]

Do NJ Catholic schools require masks?

Individual schools, districts and child care facilities still have the choice to continue requiring masks after the requirement ends in March. No facility will be allowed to prohibit masks. Officials on Wednesday reported another 61 confirmed COVID-19 deaths and 2,235 confirmed cases in New Jersey.

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