Covid -19

At Most Sacred Heart School we treasure each child.

Even as we start a new school year in the midst of a surge in COVID-19 cases because of the highly transmissible Delta variant, it is our commitment to do everything we can to provide excellent, IN-PERSON education, and to keep our children as safe as possible.

As was included in the Archdiocese’s July announcement, each educational institution will follow its own Infectious Disease Protocols, which may include temporary closure and/or mask requirements as needed throughout the year, depending on local health guidelines related to situations that arise in individual schools or communities.

In light of the guidance from the CDC, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and in consultation with Archdiocesan officials, and multiple medical officials, over the course of a number of meetings, our Task Force has developed the MSHS 2021-2022 Back to School Guidelines. You will find our protocols and an explanation of the 3-tiered system. We thank our Task Force for their skilled, dedicated, and generous service.

May God bless each of us this year:  our children, our families, our teachers, and staff.  May God bless this world with healing and peace.

Please see our COVID Protocol, should your child become ill.

We have an amazing Blue Ribbon School with small class sizes and a tight knit community. Even though this upcoming school year will not be a full return to pre-COVID “normal”, we will continue to celebrate the most in each child by inspiring the mind, nourishing the soul, opening the heart, and embracing the spirit!

We are so excited to once again open our doors and welcome our students back to Most Sacred Heart School five full days a week! In order to keep our great school open during the pandemic, we are asking each family to continue to closely monitor their own health prior to coming into school each morning.

Although we are hoping to continue in-person school throughout the entire school year, we do have to plan for learning virtually in the event of a school closure. Click here for a copy of our Distance Learning Plan should it be necessary to continue our learning from home.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out.  These are definitely challenging times, and we feel blessed to be able to help you educate and shape your children.