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Bishop Hendricken & COVID-19



Bishop Hendricken & COVID-19

Bishop Hendricken is actively monitoring the latest news and information regarding COVID-19, the novel coronavirus 2019.

We will continue to respond accordingly to the latest developments and with the guidance of local, state, and federal officials. Our top priority is the safety, health, and well-being of our students, faculty, staff, parents, and greater school community.

Communications & Updates

Bishop Hendricken will be utilizing several channels to communicate updates and information regarding its COVID-19 response. Links to these channels are provided below.

Please note: The primary source for all updates will be our COVID-19 Newsroom. Please utilize this resource for the most up-to-date information regarding announcements, news, and more.

Website
Bishop Hendricken’s COVID-19 Newsroom

Social Media
Twitter
Facebook
Instagram

Email, Call & Text from the Principal’s Office
• Enrolled students, families, faculty and staff will receive updates from the Principal’s Office via email, call, and text message.

Email from the Communications Office
• Students, parents, families, alumni, and friends will receive updates pertinent to them via our Communications Office and Constant Contact. Please note: these emails are sent to those who are currently enrolled in our mailing system.

COVID-19 FAQ’s

+ What's happening with graduation?

Bishop Hendricken High School is proud to announce Hawks’ Last Flight: The Class of 2020 Drive-Thru & Drive-In Graduation Celebration scheduled for Friday, June 26th with rain dates scheduled for that weekend. For more information, click here.

+ Where can I find the latest news from the school?

All news, updates, and information from Bishop Hendricken regarding COVID-19 will be published on our newsroom as they are announced, here. Updates will also be disseminated via our social media outlets and email.

+ How long will virtual learning last?

Virtual learning will take place for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. Seniors will have their final day of virtual learning on May 22nd, and underclassmen on May 29th. All final exams are cancelled. For information and resources, click here.

SENIORS
Friday May 22nd: Final Day of Virtual Learning
Monday, June 1st: Last Day to Submit Work, Grades Extracted
Monday, June 8th: Q4 Report Cards Emailed

UNDERCLASSMEN
Friday, May 29th: Final Day of Virtual Learning
Monday, June 8th: Last Day to Submit Work, Grades Extracted
Thursday, June 11th: Q4 Report Cards Emailed

+ How do I know what events are cancelled or postponed?

We’ve developed a full listing of school events and trips that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, here. We are actively updating that list as new changes, cancellations, and postponements are announced.

+ Can I come on campus?

No. Campus is shut down and closed to students, parents, and families until further notice. This includes athletics facilities and outdoor spaces. No faculty or staff will be in the building. If you need to reach someone, please use the list of department contacts below.

+ I'm not receiving emails. What do I do?

If you believe you are currently on our mailing list, but are not receiving communications, check your “Junk” and “Spam” folders for emails. If you are not currently on our mailing list, but would like to enroll, please email mking@hendricken.com.

Important Contacts

Please use the following list of contacts for questions regarding the specified departments and school operations. Click the contact’s name to email.

Academics
Please note: Students should first communicate with their teachers and guidance counselors with questions regarding classes.

Mr. Vincent Mancuso, Dean of Academics
Mr. Mark DeCiccio ’03, Principal

Admissions
Mrs. Cathy Solomon, Director of Admissions

Advancement & Alumni
Ms. Regina Tracy, Senior Director of Development & Advancement

Business
Mr. Paul Danesi, Chief Financial Officer

Chaplain 
Fr. Brian Morris ’03, Chaplain

Communications
Media & Email: Mrs. Michele King, Director of Communications
Website & Social: Mr. Christian Kabbas ’14, Digital Media Specialist

School Counseling
Mrs. Nancy Rocha, Director of School Counseling

Social Worker
Mrs. Laura Zaniol, LICSW, School Social Worker

Tuition
Mrs. Caren Cotoia Pacheco, Tuition Assistance – Business Office

Virtual Learning & Technology
Ms. Sarah Murray, Virtual Learning Task Force Chair
Mr. David Wright, Director of Technology