BACK TO SCHOOL: Holy Rosary’s plan

Continuing our look at what West Seattle’s independent and parochial schools are doing to start the new school year:

Holy Rosary School will start with remote teaching/learning, but first, a week of (distanced) in-person preparation. Admissions director Jennifer Kokkonis sent the photos with this reply to our inquiry:

At Holy Rosary School, Teacher/Parent/Student meetings started today and will go all week.

The intent is for each family to pick up their school supplies, devices (if needed), go over websites and some of the materials that will be used during remote learning, and most importantly for teachers to meet their students!

Let’s go, school year 2020/21!

Live online instruction starts Tuesday, September 8th. More details about Holy Rosary’s plan are in the announcement made by the school in early August.

2 Replies to "BACK TO SCHOOL: Holy Rosary's plan"

  • HR Parent September 1, 2020 (8:13 am)

    Way to go Holy Rosary Schoo!  Always setting the bar high!  In person or remote learning, you always rise to the challenge.  Carefully thought out plan and what a wonderful opportunity to spend time with our teachers getting to know one another.  I couldn’t be happier with this school!

  • HRS Middle/Junior High Parent September 1, 2020 (9:53 am)

    Had our socially distant one-on-one teacher meetings yesterday. Was blown away by the preparations to start the year.  Each of my children received a decorated box with all their books, school supplies and a few surprises. The Fall schedule appears to follow an in-school teaching day covering core curriculum as well as specialists/electives. I was already impressed with the remote program to end the school year in the Spring, looks like Fall will be even better. Thank you HRS!

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