DCC to go to remote learning until December 4
DuBois Central Catholic will begin remote learning on Monday, November 23 through Friday, December 4.
Gretchen Caruso, President of DCC stated, “Choosing to go to Remote Learning was a very difficult decision. I believe there is no substitute for in person instruction. That being said, I have a duty to keep my students, faculty, and staff safe. With the current COVID numbers rising daily and the upcoming Thanksgiving Holiday, I felt it was time to take a step back and remove the potential for an outbreak at DCC. I look forward to returning to in-person instruction when I feel the school atmosphere is safer for all. We do hope to return to school for in-person instruction on Monday, December 7.”
DCC students will continue the same schedule as if they were in school, beginning at 8AM. Students will be able to interact with the faculty until 2:45PM. Faculty will be available to answer emails and phone calls until 4 p.m. each day.
Per Carol Bernat, Elementary Principal and Karrie Miller, MS/HS Principal, “Our students practiced live instruction cyber days three times in the past month to prepare for remote instruction. During that time, we were able to correct a couple of minor issues. The students and staff are fully prepared for lessons to continue without missing a beat.”