Schools NYC Catholic Schools Plan Full In-Class, 5-Day A Week Reopening Catholic school leaders in New York City recently unveiled plans that fully reopen schools, but also include remote learning. Tuition & Financial Aid Our Catholic academies and schools in Brooklyn and Queens educate nearly … In New York, Catholic school teachers file labor complaint over COVID reopening plans September 5, 2020 CNA Daily News News Briefs 2 Print Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Sep 5, 2020 / 04:12 pm ( CNA ).- NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New York Catholic schools are getting ready to reopen this fall with new safety guidelines in place. Private and parochial schools in New York’s red and orange zones where COVID-19 cases have spiked or increased will be able to reopen under an agreement reached with Governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday. Schools in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse are uniquely poised to handle pandemic schooling with an average class size of 13 students and empty classrooms which allows social distancing. NEW YORK — With the beginning of the new academic year less than two months away, the Archdiocese of New York unveiled their plan for reopening Catholic schools. Catholic school students are now subject to wearing masks, having their temperatures taken, and using hand sanitizer as part of reopening. NEW YORK, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The Archdiocese of New York announced catholic schools to stay open regardless if public schools close. AMHERST, NY (WIVB) For decades, Catholic Schools have boasted of smaller class sizes. NEW YORK (WCBS 880) -- The Archdiocese of New York announced Thursday that 20 Catholic schools will not reopen and three other schools will merge due to low enrollment amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Catholic schools consistently outperform other schools in math and English on standardized tests. The Archdiocese of New York said its Catholic schools will reman open, despite public school closures that begin Thursday. Curriculum & Standards We believe a Catholic education should be available to all students, regardless of their economic situation. Cardinal Timothy Dolan, archbishop of New York, said Friday that more than a dozen Catholic schools in the archdiocese will not reopen this fall due to the economic “devastation” of the pandemic.