Rising to the Challenge
In this unique and challenging time of learning from a distance, Seton Catholic has continued to excel academically, spiritually, and socially.
What We're Doing
- Since beginning distance learning on March 13, Seton Catholic has not missed a day of academic learning, allowing all students to finish the school year on time and Seniors to graduate as normal, thanks to our in-place online learning plan
- We have maintained contact with students and parents throughout, taking feedback into account and adjusting our plans in conjunction with the needs of our students and families.
- Unlike public schools, Seton Catholic has maintained our grading standards in order to ensure that we are consistently a challenging and fair academic environment
- Our Health and Wellness Committee is working to decide on our options for next year and to create certainties in an uncertain environment in an effort to ensure the health and wellbeing of Seton Catholic, students, families, and staff. The committee will review our current plan for COVID-19 accommodations, develop various plans to assist with both virtual/brick and mortar classroom settings in the COVID-19 environment for the upcoming school year, review and develop social and emotional wellbeing action plans, and discuss and review college and state recommendations around academics as well as student health and wellness.
Seton Catholic is looking forward with hope for next year, and we are planning for a variety of possibilities for next fall. Our preparation includes safe and approved plans for any re-opening scenario, from online distance learning via SteadyCams to in-person learning with social distancing.