As you know, this summer has been one spent adapting quickly to Covid-19 and planning for its impact on the upcoming school year. The staff spent time in June planning for in-person learning. We will be following safety guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Washington State Department of Health (DOH), and local health departments to take precautions and implement protocols so our school can be opened safely. This week the DOH in Snohomish County recommended virtual or remote learning for all students. St. Mark Parish School is in King County but many of our students live in Snohomish County. The districts in Snohomish County have announced remote learning will be implemented starting in September. The Catholic schools in the Archdiocese have been given a go to go back in person. However, this changes all the time. We have two plans; in person with some families staying at home and watching class and participating through ZOOM if they feel it is not safe for in-person learning and the other plan is to implement remote learning. I am in continual contact with the Archdiocese on this topic and will plan to follow its guidance and recommendations on any changes in the coming weeks. (click the headline above to read the full article)
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Now enrolling new students. Register your children for Preschool, Kindergarten and Grades 1 – 8 for classes starting Fall 2020.
We are absolutely delighted that you are considering St. Mark Parish School for your children. Our website is designed to make this process easy, informative and rewarding. A good place to start is on the ADMISSIONS tab, choose from the dropdown options REGISTRATION DETAILS. SUMMER Office Hours are now Tues, Wed, Thurs - 10 am to 3 pm. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org July 1 – August 7, 2020 Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Messages will be returned and emails answered on these days. If you need to pick up or drop off the office will be open these days. Call ahead/206-364-1633. Thank you! God Bless!
St. Charles in Spokane, St. Mark's in Shoreline, and The Oak's (High School) Academy in Spokane Valley. All three focus on the theme of "what's the difference?" of a Classical Liberal Arts approach to education. Click the link below to learn more about how this approach expands learning and creates critical thinkers.