End of School Letter
July 9, 2020
The last few months of the current school year has been a very unique experience for all of us – students, parents, and all staff in the education system – as we have had to adapt and problem solve matters on the fly, often times with limited time frames, so I offer my deepest gratitude with what you have accomplished while dealing with the stress of the pandemic.
The world has changed drastically since March 13. We realize more than ever that we are part of a much bigger world, and we are influenced by greater forces than ourselves. With that said, the only thing we can control is ourselves and how we respond to the events around us. With that in mind, the response of our families and staff was exceptional, as there was a genuine care and support for each other demonstrated throughout the last few months, and we are truly a blessed community at St Luke.
Moving forward, we are once again at the mercy of greater forces around us, as we prepare for September and the 2020/2021 school year. As of this day, I do not know the details of what school will look like, only that there will be education offered to your children in some capacity. I encourage you and your children to take some time off in the summer, enjoy the outdoors, and find time to decompress when possible. Also, I suggest following the news closely, to keep yourself informed about government announcements concerning schools. It was a pleasure serving you this school year.
Yours in Catholic Education,
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