Catholic schools ready for in-person learning

The Diocese of Green Bay announced on Friday that area Catholic schools will be open this fall for in-person classes.  Superintendent of Catholic Schools Todd Blahnik noted in a press release that the schools have been developing a strategy to address student and faculty health and safety based on recommendations from the CDC, Department of Public Instruction, and Local Health Departments.  Marc Vandenhouten, principal of St. Mary’s School in Luxemburg and Holy Trinity in Casco, says everyone is excited for the startup of the new academic year.



Vandenhouten says his schools will have a little more flexibility since most class sizes usually range from just eight to twelve students at St. Mary’s and Holy Trinity.  More details on the opening of the schools will be shared as the summer unfolds.   

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