Schools are not simply going to be back in September, they’re going to be better than back.”

That was the assessment of archdiocesan Superintendent of Schools Michael Deegan, about the April 27 announcement that the Catholic schools in the archdiocese plan to be open for a full five days a week of in-person instruction for all students beginning in September, as long as health directives from federal, state and local county health agencies allow, and the community infection rate remains at appropriate levels amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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