Catholic education rests on the belief that parents are the primary educators of their children, and that our schools are educational ministries to support you in your role as the primary educator of your child. As Catholic educators, we seek to support you in the formation of your children as they grow in wisdom and friendship with the Lord.
As such, we know you are able to discern best as to what your children and family needs, especially during times of unrest, like the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We believe that our schools are communities of charity and solidarity, called to seek and protect the good, safety, health, and well-being of our children and families, especially the most vulnerable in our community (i.e. the elderly or immunocompromised), so while we are opening our schools for in-person learning this fall, we recognize there may be unique family needs that would make parents desire a Catholic education for their children but in an out-of-school environment.
We are excited to announce a new, fulltime distance learning option for students in kindergarten through 8th grade, St. Isidore Catholic Curriculum, managed by the Office of Catholic Schools, available for any family who may not want to send their children to in-school learning this upcoming school year. This program is intended to be a support for local schools and enable those families to remain enrolled at their current school during the pandemic, but to receive all curriculum and instruction digitally.
St. Isidore Catholic Curriculum option aims to support schools and parents in forming children in an inherently Catholic curricular option, while the family remains a part of the school community at which they are enrolled.