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How our students are continuing their learning

March 24, 2020
A file photo showing learning materials.

Catholic schools in the Diocese of Grand Rapids are temporarily closed to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Learning has not stopped, though.

Teachers, together with the hard work and assistance of parents, are working to provide the full value of a Catholic education. They continue introducing new content, standards, instruction and assessment according to our curriculum. This instructional material includes a variety of formats, including live online video lessons from teachers, recorded videos, reading assignments, and more.

These efforts are helping ensure that student learning continues with success while we navigate this challenge of COVID-19.

See some examples of these learning activities in the social media posts embedded below.

The online learning schedule at West Catholic High School

3rd grade religion work at St. Paul the Apostle

March is Reading Month activities at St. John Vianney


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