Return to School: COVID-19 Updates
However, as Mr. Paul Escala, Superintendent of Schools for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, has outlined, we are hopeful that we will be able to adopt our hybrid model during the course of the Fall semester. At the point that LA County announces that schools may resume in-person instruction, St. Bernard High School will take one week to make the necessary adjustments to our campus and will begin our hybrid model.
Parent Orientation Debrief: August 2020
FAQ Parent Orientation: August 2020
2020-2021 Bell Schedule
Welcome Week Outline
Remote Learning Protocols
Bell Schedule - Updated 2/18/21
Reopening Update 3/19/21
As we have shared over the last few weeks, we will be moving forward under the current State and LA County protocols with plans to bring our students back to campus on Monday, April 19. We have submitted our COVID Safety protocols to the State and County are awaiting their approvals. Assuming they come in and the county remains in the Red or lower tiers, we are confident in bringing students back to campus. Please plan, in the meantime, for the following upcoming activities:
March 29 and 30: on campus, “drive-thru” student ID pictures. Ms. Roberts emailed details earlier this week.
Easter Break begins on Thursday, April 1. Students will return to “Zoom” courses in the current format from Monday April 12th through April 16th.
On Monday, April 19, all students with last names beginning with A-J will come to campus for “Safe Return Orientation” and Faith Formation.
On Tuesday, April 20, all students with last names beginning with K-Z will come to campus for “Safe Return Orientation” and Faith Formation.
New Daily schedule will commence on Thursday, April 22. A-J students will attend on campus classes on Mondays and Thursdays, K-Z students will attend on Tuesdays and Fridays. When on campus, students will attend all six periods/classes.
Wednesdays will always be asynchronous allowing for additional deep cleaning of campus.
Uniforms: In recognizing that it is likely a year or more since uniforms were (or were not) purchased, students will NOT be required to wear the traditional SBHS uniforms during the brief restart following Easter Break. HOWEVER, all students will be asked to wear clothing similar to our typical uniform: khaki or navy blue “docker” style pants or shorts and some type of an SBHS shirt and/or sweatshirt. Athletic shorts/sweats/leggings/jeans will not be allowed and all clothing must fit appropriately. If you would prefer for your student to simply wear the uniform, that is absolutely fine! Uniform clothing can be ordered online at michaeluniforms.com or by visiting their store in Inglewood.
Bell Schedule - Hybrid Learning Spring 2021