Recent Communications

Please check back often for the latest updates regarding COVID-19.

Quick Updates

      • March 31, 2020: We have suspended Work Distribution Days until further notice. Thank you for your continued understanding and support.

      Distance Learning

      Thank you for your patience, understanding, and support as we transition our school into temporary distance learning. For our weekly distance learning plans, please visit our Distance Learning page.

      School Closure Parent Letter April 27, 2020

      Blessings to you and to your families during this most unique Easter season. Every one of us is impacted by the measures intended to protect us from COVID-19. Our hearts go out to those families and individuals dealing with the loss of loved ones or facing devastating financial repercussions. It is during times like these that we are called to rely on our faith more than ever. The Resurrection comes at a good time.

      None of us could have scripted the events that have unfolded over the past months. Instead of field trips, open houses, and spring sports, we have been navigating distance learning with our children. Under the current conditions, our Catholic school communities have stepped up in incredible ways. Our principals and teachers continue to make our children’s learning and faith formation a priority. We are grateful to the thousands of parents who are with us in companioning their children on this journey because of their commitment to Catholic education. Our students have risen to the challenge, and they continue to be engaged and on task. Throughout this crisis, our Catholic schools have been a bright light shining as a testament of faith, excellence, and community. I, for one, have never been more proud to be a Catholic than I am today.

      While we would all love to return to on-site instruction in May, we are preparing campuses to remain closed through the remainder of the school year. We take this approach with the health and safety of our students and teachers as a primary consideration of paramount importance. If, however, our public health officials deem it safe to return sooner, we will certainly adjust our course. Our continuing efforts to implement distance learning are based on a profound commitment to ensure that your children are enabled to achieve academically and to grow in their faith. Additionally, our offices will assist our schools as necessary in meaningful (albeit, creative) ways to honor our students in their ceremonial end-of-year events. I promise to keep you updated as these conditions are subject to change.

      Please take a moment to read Director of the Office for Schools Diocese of San Diego John Galvan's complete school closure letter for the latest updates.

      Tuition Commitments

      You know firsthand that our Catholic schools are a gift to our Church and to our world, but where we stand today, the question of tuition is a real challenge for some families. With work hours either reduced, jobs eliminated or people furloughed, families are making difficult financial decisions. As you hit the reset on your household budget priorities, please remember that our Catholic schools are dependent upon tuition. In addition to maintaining general operations, tuition supports teacher/staff salaries and quality academic programming, including integrated faith formation. I ask that you continue to support your Catholic school with your tuition commitment. Your Catholic schools are here to support you and your children. Please work with your pastor and principal if the challenges of today become too much. It is our hope that the impending federal economic stimulus package will assist each of us in this commitment. As Church and as a global family, we are in this together.

      Please read Director of the Office for Schools Diocese of San Diego John Galvan's complete letter to parents regarding tuition commitments.