We can't wait to see you!
School Starts Tuesday, September 7th
Early Dismissal 12:07
Greetings, Corpus Christi School Families:

I hope you are enjoying a wonderful summer and that you are relaxed, recharged, and ready to start a new school year. I am so delighted that you are part of our amazing learning community and I value your commitment to excellence in education and your positive energy. Our entire team looks forward to working with you and your children.

All signs point to another incredible and productive school year. Our skilled and devoted faculty is already planning and preparing for your child(ren). Our enthusiastic office team is still registering new families, ordering necessary materials, and updating student files. Our hard working and conscientious custodian has spent the entire summer thoroughly preparing the facility. Our much-appreciated Home School Association is gearing up to welcome families, provide volunteer opportunities, and offer exciting events and programs this year. We are an exuberant and caring community with the mutual goals of nurturing responsible, caring students and promoting high-level learning.

I am honored to serve as the principal of Corpus Christi School. It is truly a privilege to be part of a community where parents, teachers, and students care for each other and strive to build positive relationships that support spiritual and academic growth. I am looking forward to another productive and eventful school year.
 
Peace,   
Ann T. Sarpu
Principal   
Reopening Plan

OF UTMOST IMPORTANCE:
The three W’s:
Wear your mask
Watch your distance
Wash your hands

This is about “all of us” in terms of trying to keep everyone safe.
The situation continues to evolve- everyone needs to remain flexible and understand that rules, regulations, and restrictions are subject to change based upon Governor Lamont’s mandates and recommendations from the CDC.

MASK REQUIREMENTS
  • Masks will be required for students during the school year
  • Mask will not be required when students are outdoors
  • Mask breaks will occur
  • Masks will be required on the school bus
 
CLEANING & DISINFECTING
  • Contaminated surfaces are not a significant risk; daily cleaning will occur
  • Bathrooms, health room, and common areas will be disinfected each day
  • Hand sanitizing stations will remain in each classroom and throughout the school and will be used as often as necessary
  • Frequent handwashing is still a viable and effective strategy and will be enforced
  • The extra strategies that were successful last year will continue such as:
  • Wiping down table tops and desks periodically
  • Cleaning of commonly used manipulatives (they do not need to be individually sanitized after each use)
 
COHORTING & DISTANCING
  • Distancing is still a successful mitigation strategy, it has been reduced to 3 ft.
  • Cohorts are not required
  • Lunch waves: Students will eat socially distanced in the cafeteria, Extra tables will be set up, Lunch time will not be silent.
  • Students may pass in the hallway and travel from class to class
  • Plexiglass not required or recommended by the CDC

VENTILATION
  • Will be the same as last year
  • Windows will be open
  • Window fans blow in exhaust mode: blow air out
  • Standing fans will not face students
 
QUARANTINE
  • Individuals who are vaccinated do not need to quarantine
  • Length of time for a quarantine has not been determined for students who are seated at least 3 feet apart.
 
SPORTS, MUSIC, EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
  • Music, choir, band, performing arts will occur
  • Singing facing front 3 feet apart - may sing indoors
  • Band will be 6 feet apart for wind instruments
  • Extracurricular activities will occur and will follow all protocols

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Each year brings new and positive change. This includes a few additions to our faculty. We are delighted to welcome:

PreK 
Miss Lonergan
Mrs. Bechard

Grade 2
Mrs. Sullivan
Miss Driscoll

Grade 6 Math
Mrs. Thomas

Grade 7 & 8 Math
Grade 6 Religion
Ms. Bernaiche

Grade 8 Religion
Mrs. Cascio

Music 
Mrs. Hoyt

New Teacher Assignment:

Kindergarten
Mrs. Brooks

Grade 5
Mrs. Furlong


We look forward to a great year working together!
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MORNING DROP OFF
KINDERGARTEN - GRADE 8



  • Morning Care begins at 6:45 A.M. (A fee of $7.00 per child applies.)

  • Routine morning drop-off begins at 7:15 A.M.
Drop & Go at the back of the school (Cottwell Street)

OR

  • Park in lower lot front of school (Silas Deane Highway); walk your child to bottom of stairs at main entrance

  • School day begins at 7:45 A.M.

  • Students can arrive any time between 7:15 A.M. and 7:45 A.M.

  •  All arrivals and visits after 8:00 A.M. must enter through the main entrance

Student Placement

Student placement for the 2021-22 school year was sent via email.