Archbishop Carroll will have a fully virtual school day Wednesday

Archbishop Carroll students and teachers will have a fully virtual inclement weather learning day Wednesday, Feb. 3, in the wake of the snowstorm that pummeled the region Sunday night into Tuesday morning with eight to 12 inches of snow or more.

“With a growing number of districts already on a delay tomorrow and the chance of a re-freeze overnight, we are going to use our fully virtual schedule for inclement weather tomorrow,” Acting Principal William Gennaro said in an email to teachers Tuesday evening.

Under the inclement weather schedule, classes are conducted via Zoom for all students. No students will go to the school building; all will work remotely. Classes will begin at 8 a.m. and will be a half-hour long with five minutes in between each one. Students must be present on Zoom for the full 30 minutes of each class with their faces fully visible.

The schedule is:

Prayer/Announcements – 8:00-8:05
1st – 8:05-8:35
2nd – 8:40-9:10
3rd – 9:15-9:45
4th – 9:50-10:20
5th – 10:25-10:55
6th – 11:00-11:30
7th – 11:35-12:05
8th – 12:10-12:40
The school will reopen Thursday and the hybrid schedule will resume. Thursday is an A day.