Schools across the Archdiocese of Philadelphia returned to classes fully this week, welcoming students to in-person instruction and, for those who wished it, virtual participation. Schools had on hand numerous sanitizer stations along with health and safety protocols crucial in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In the opening days of the school year, teachers helped students get acclimated to the new norms of social distancing in rooms and common areas, and health awareness for themselves, their classmates, teachers and staff. Our photo gallery shows the enthusiasm at Holy Innocents School, Philadelphia; St. Lucy School for Children With Visual Impairment, Philadelphia; and St. Michael School, Levittown.
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