Many Catholic schools, but not all, are opening this week and resuming classroom instruction after Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero signed an executive order allowing the resumption of in-person learning.
Some Catholic schools are opening on Monday, Sept. 20 while others will open on Tuesday, Sept. 21.
A number of Catholic schools plan to resume in-person learning later like Saint Francis, which plans to resume face-to-face instruction on Monday, Sept. 27, and Bishop Baumgartner Memorial Catholic School which is planning to resume face-to-face instruction at the onset of the 2nd quarter.
Many schools will continue to offer online learning and won’t mandate all of their students to go into in-person learning all at the same time.
At the Academy of Our Lady of Guam, freshmen and sophomore students will be the first groups to return on campus while the juniors and seniors will remain at home online. The following week, the junior and senior students will be on campus and the Freshmen and Sophomore classes will be at home online.
At Santa Barbara Catholic School, only students from PreK, Kindergarten, and First Grade will return to in-person instruction on Monday, Sept. 27. For the rest of the classes, the plan is a gradual return to school after the First Quarter Exams which is scheduled on Oct. 4-7, 2021.
Following are the plans and tentative schedules of Catholic schools, subject to change from the individual schools, for return to face-to-face learning:
Bishop Baumgartner Memorial Catholic School — BBMCS is planning to resume face-to-face instruction at the onset of the 2nd quarter. Online Distance Learning (ODL) will continue until that time.
Dominican Catholic School, Yigo — DCS will return to face-to-face instructions from Pre-K to 8th grade on Monday, Sept. 20.
Dominican Child Development Center, Ordot — DCDC will resume face-to-face learning this Monday, Sept. 20.
Father Duenas Memorial School – FDMS will return to in-person classes on Monday, Sept. 20. Teachers will only conduct limited online learning for students who are isolating after testing positive or quarantined after being identified as a close contact.
With all its faculty and almost 85% of its students vaccinated, the school would like parents and guardians to partner with us to remind students to wear a mask, wash their hands, and watch their distance at school and wherever they go.
Infant of Prague Nursery and Kindergarten – IOP will resume face-to-face instruction for Pre-K and Kindergarten on Tuesday, Sept. 21.
Mercy Heights Catholic Nursery and Kindergarten – Mercy Heights PreK-4 to Kinder will resume face-to-face learning on Tuesday, Sept. 21.
Mount Carmel School — MCS will resume face-to-face learning this Monday, Sept. 20. Upon return to in-class instruction, MCS will continue synchronous learning for students remaining at home. Bussing will be available. MCS will continue to observe all health and safety protocols.
Notre Dame High School – Sept. 20 & 21: No online classes as teachers will be shifting back to face-to-face learning and preparing for the arrival of their students; continued consultation with DPHSS regarding Mitigation Plan. Sept. 22: Blocks 1-4 Day – On-campus – 9th and 10th graders / Online 11th and 12th graders. Sept. 23: Blocks 5-7 Day – On-campus – 11th and 12th graders / Online 9th and 10th graders
Saint Anthony Catholic School – SACS will transition back to face-to-face learning, adopting an adjusted schedule from Monday, Sept. 20, through Wednesday, Sept. 22. Schedule:
Mon., Sept. 20: Kinder. – 4th Grade
Middle School Remote Learning (Schedule B)
Book & Supply Drop Off at Front Office
8:30 am- 3:00 pm for K-4th.
Tuesday- 5th – 8th Grade
Book & Supply Drop Off at Front Office
8:30 – 3:00pm
Tues., Sept. 21: Kinder. – 4th Grade Remote Learning (Schedule B)
5th Grade – 8th Grade
Wed., Sept. 22: Teacher In-Service Preparation — NO CLASSES
Thur., Sept. 23: Face-To-Face & Remote Learning resumes for Grades Kinder – 8th Grade (Schedule A)
Santa Barbara Catholic School — Right now, only students from PreK, Kindergarten, and First Grade will return to in-person instruction on Monday, Sept. 27. During this time, Extended Care will be suspended and we ask all students to be picked up on time. For the rest of the classes, the plan is a gradual return to school after the First Quarter Exams which is scheduled on Oct. 4-7, 2021. SBCS will keep parents/guardians informed of our plans as we get closer to the date.
Saint Francis Catholic School — With an abundance of caution, SFCS will continue to monitor the situation and plan to resume face-to-face instruction on Monday, Sept. 27. Distance learning alternatives to include online classes will continue next week. SFCS will continue to update parents and guardians as needed.
San Vicente Catholic School — With an abundance of caution, SVCS will continue to monitor the situation and plan to resume face-to-face instruction on Monday, Sept. 27. Distance learning alternatives to include online classes will continue next week. Parents and guardians will continue to be updated as needed.
Note – Schools are sending more detailed information to their respective parents/guardians. Please check with your respective school if you need assistance.