COVID-19 Updates

COVID 19 Updates - March 4th, 2021
Parents had a reopening meeting on Thursday, March 4th at 6:00pm. If you missed the meeting, you can always watch it on our school YouTube Page.
The materials from the meeting can be found here as well. 
COVID 19 Updates - February 9th, 2021
At this time, St. John Chrysostom has posted our CPP and Guidance Checklist online. You can view them under the link section. According to state guidelines, we are waiting for the number of positive COVID-19 cases to drop to 25 cases per 100,000. At that point, if our school's plans are approved, we are hoping to gradually bring students back on campus in a hybrid model. 
COVID-19 Updates - November 11th, 2020
The reopening plan has been finalized for the TK-2nd Grade Waiver Application at this time. You can access the reopening document here.
COVID-19 Updates - October 7th
The ADLA has recently announced that TK-2nd Grade are eligible for reopening under the new waiver process. We are working with parents, teachers, and administration to complete the application. Our goal is to provide hybrid instruction to our TK-2nd grade students in a safe and responsible manner once the waiver is approved. It usually takes 4-6 weeks to hear is a waiver has been approved. 
COVID-19 Updates - June 29th, 2020
The administration at St. John's is working with parents, teachers, and staff to create a plan for the upcoming school year. Our goal is to ensure our community can safely engage in learning in accordance to CDC restrictions. Please check back regularly for the most up to date information. 
Thank you. 
COVID-19 Updates - August 3rd, 2020
According to the ADLA superintendent, Paul Escala, all schools located in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles will return to school in a distance learning model. As a team of educators, we have been preparing for this option and have a rigorous plan in place. Teachers will have their own websites, a variety of learning apps, and schedules to ensure students are engaged in learning throughout the school day. 
Before Paul Escala announced all ADLA schools will begin school virtually, the team at SJCS were planning to open through a hybrid capacity. At this time, we have the systems (thermometers, face coverings, plastic dividers for each student, hygiene practices and routines in place, desks safely distanced six feet apart, and hybrid schedules ready for when it is safe for our community to re-open.