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STC At-Home Learning Plan Update 3.25.20 - Technology
Monday, March 16, 2020 - Confirmation Postponed Notice (no practice Wednesday, March 18)
HCS Faculty and Staff are working to create a formalized At-Home Learning Plan that will be utilized during shutdown. PowerSchool Learning will be used to assist our teachers in continuing to educate our students.
St. Cecilia Students - If you have not already created a PowerSchool Learning account please take the time to do so now.
the password emailed out will need to be entered here - not PowerSchool Learning
*NOTE: As PowerSchool Learning is seeing a large increase of traffic, the software may be running slower than usual. It is recommended to log in through the website rather than the app at this time. If you continue to experience difficulties, work offline for a while and return to the website at a later time.
Student access to Accelerated Reader has been opened up so that students can access the site from anywhere via the following URL: https://hosted216.renlearn.com/204399/
STM & STC SCHOOL OFFICE HOURS
As office staff is limited during this time, please email STC at firstname.lastname@example.org and STM at email@example.com for assistance. For homework questions please contact the teacher directly via email. You may expect a response Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
As we're experiencing an unprecedented time, lots of questions are arising. We will do our best to answer any questions that you might have. Please submit questions to HCSmarketing@cdolinc.net.
MEDIA LINKS & OTHER RESOURCES
Start your family's day with Mass viewable online! Daily Mass will live stream starting Thursday, March 19 at 8:10AM.
The town of Coimbra (Portugal) having been visited by a violent pestilence, the nuns of St Clare offered their prayers in the following form, whereupon the contagion instantly ceased. This ancient holy prayer, left to the above-named monastery, has preservedmany places from contagion where it is recited daily with confidence in God and the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It has arrested this scourge in many places.