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Three more Catholic schools to resume classes Thursday

Posted: Sep 12, 2018 6:18 PM +10:00 Updated:


 
The Office of the Superintendent of Catholic Education announces that San Vicente Catholic School, Saint Anthony Catholic School and Saint Francis Catholic School will join the list of archdiocesan schools resuming classes.
 
All three will reopen for classes on Thursday, Sept. 13. Power has been restored at their sites. 
 
Of 14 Catholic schools, only two remain without power and are pending confirmation of classes. They are Notre Dame High School in Talofofo and Dominican Child Development Center in Ordot. Classes will not resume until power is restored.
 
The archdiocese will issue media advisories once we receive news on the remaining schools.
 
Catholic Schools Summary
 
 Resumed classes on Wed., Sept. 12

  1. Father Duenas Memorial School, Tai Mangilao
  2. Academy of Our Lady of Guam, Hagatna
  3. Santa Barbara Catholic School, Dededo
  4. Mercy Heights Catholic Nursery & Kindergarten, Tamuning
  5. Infant of Prague Catholic Nursery & Kindergarten, Tai Mangilao
  6. Mount Carmel School, Agat
  7. Bishop Baumgartner Memorial Catholic School, Sinajana
  8. Maria Artero Catholic Pre-school & Kinder
  9. Dominican Catholic School, Yigo

 
Confirmed to resume classes on Thurs., Sept. 13.
1. San Vicente Catholic School, Barrigada
2. St. Anthony Catholic School, Tamuning
3. St. Francis Catholic School, Yona
 
Pending restoration of power before classes resume        
1. Notre Dame High School, Talofofo
2. Dominican Child Development Center, Ordot

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