29 APR, 2020. We are living in very extraordinary times during the Covid-19 pandemic. More than half the world’s population is in some sort of lockdown, with schools, restaurants and many stores closed, and the only places open are ones that are supplying essential services such as food, and pharmacies etc. We reached out to the St Louis School’s and invited them to share with us their experiences of the school closures, what they are doing to engage their students remotely during these unprecedented times, and any initiatives they have made to help others during the crisis.
We heard back from the following St Louis Schools:
St Louis Dundalk, Ireland
St Louis Jubilee School, Kumasi, Ghana
St Louis Monaghan, Ireland
St Louis Carrickmacross, Ireland
St Genevieve’s High School, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Ramsgrange Community School, Wexford, Ireland
Nativity School, El Monte, California
To read more about how these schools are coping during these unprecedent times, click on the latest edition of Musings, our monthly newsletter - Issue 96.