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SJW Moves To Distance Learning Due To COVID-19 Situation

After consultation with State and Local Health Officials and the Department of Catholic Schools, St. Joseph the Worker School will transition to distance learning and/or online learning program beginning Tuesday, March 17th (NOTE: No School on Monday, March 16th). We are planning to continue this arrangement for two weeks and to have the students return to school on Wednesday, April 1st. This date is tentative and may change.
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MR. KRUSKA PICKED TO TRAVEL TO NORTHERN IRELAND

After the success of last year's Principal Learning & Research Trip to Finland, the Department of Catholic Schools announced that 10 principals from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles (out of over 250 Catholic elementary and high schools) were selected to participate in an international study of Inclusion and Catholic Identity through Queen's University Belfast in Northern Ireland and Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles. Mr. Kruska was selected to travel to Northern Ireland and spend 8 days beginning February researching and experiencing the models of "All-Ability Schools" and Shared Resources (students, facilities, and staff) between Catholic and Protestant schools. Let’s all keep Mr. Kruska and the delegation in our prayers for a safe and productive trip.
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