Author: Lauren May

My son needs, deserves second year of kindergarten

My son, Logan, turned 5 just a few months before he started kindergarten in 2020. With two full-time working parents, he needed to be learning in person despite the rise in COVID-19 cases. Thankfully in Florida, schools opened for in-person instruction (with most using safety protocols such as masks) for[Read More…]

Port Richey Catholic school rallies around family affected by coronavirus

As schools continue to navigate their new reality in the face of coronavirus, a Catholic school in Port Richey is facing a challenge that goes beyond educating children and cuts to the heart of what it means to be a community. On March 10, nearly a week before most brick-and-mortar[Read More…]

Catholic schools move gracefully into online learning

Like all Florida public and private schools, Catholic schools, which educate about 1.8 million students nationwide and about 65,000 throughout the state, had mere days to move from in-person teaching to digital platforms once schools closed due to coronavirus. As word of the closure came, National Catholic Education Association president[Read More…]