The Superintendent of Catholic Schools Father Val Rodriguez has shut down in-person instruction among catholic schools for the next two weeks. Parents and students will be notified shortly regarding when to pick up books and computers.
The schools will transition to distance learning starting Thursday, January 20, according to a news release from the Archdiocese of Agana.
“Father Val made the decision with the concurrence of Archbishop Michael Byrnes and met with principals of all 13 Catholic schools and the Archdiocese of Agana’s COVID-19 Liaison Cathy Rivera Castro this morning. School administrators will communicate to their parents, students, faculty, staff and overall school community respectively regarding specific details, such as class schedules and pick-up of class materials.
“The temporary period of distance learning, also known as remote learning, is projected to take place until Feb. 7, 2022. The Archdiocese will continue to monitor the virus community-wide and will make updates as needed.”