Distance Learning Continues for St. Mary Students, Faculty, and Staff!

As we continue to pray for all who are and will be affected by the COVD-19 Pandemic, we are happy to share some brighter news from our St. Mary Community during this time.

Our transition into virtual classrooms has been virtually seamless, thanks to our wonderful principal, faculty, and staff, and of course our parents and students at home!
Families were all given the opportunity to pick up their student's device from school early last Monday to ensure equal opportunity for all students to participate in online instruction. Since then, students have participated in daily morning prayers with Ms. Pugliese, classes and check-ins with their teachers, and even how-to-draw at-home art lessons!
Our faculty and staff has gone above and beyond in their online lessons, and some have even created virtual clubs for our students! Ms. Pugliese has been hosting a Sign Language Club for all students (and even some staff). Mrs. Penna will be starting her virtual Rosary Club this week!
Our theatre program has even hosted Zoom calls in place of their Into the Woods, Jr. rehearsals, where the cast members warmed up before rehearsing choreography that was posted in their Google Classroom.
We are thankful for our entire St. Mary community! Their dedication is apparent through their patience, understanding, and hard work throughout this new process. Thank you for trusting us to continue to build your students' hearts, minds, and futures from the comfort of your own home!
For all Archdiocesan related COVID-19 updates, please visit the Archdiocesan COVID-19 Information Page by clicking here.