Remote Learning Day 49

Remote Learning Day 49

Greetings, ARCS Families!

We are on Day 49 of remote learning, and it is Friday!!!   Hoping that you and your children are having a good day!

Last night we had our Class Night for our graduates.  It was a wonderful event of honoring the Class of 2020.   If you would like to watch it, please go to our Facebook Channel!

Our virtual Graduation Liturgy and Ceremony will take place tomorrow at 9:00 AM.  Below is the Facebook link!  We hope that you are able to join with us in celebrating the Class of 2020!

Many thanks are extended to you for signing up for next week’s drop-off and pick-up of materials.  When you arrive next week, we will buzz you into school.  From there you will go into the cafeteria to drop-off and pick-up, and then leave from the cafeteria.  We ask you to please wear a mask.

It is hard to believe we are approaching our final week of school.  Remote learning was not something that was in the plan before March.  I continue to be so grateful to our teachers, students, and parents for navigating through these unprecedented times together.  Through God’s grace, we continued to love God and to move forward with our curriculum.  We will have our final liturgy on June 12 at 9:00 AM via our school’s Facebook channel. We hope that everyone can join us!

We certainly recognize and appreciate that these COVID-19 days have been difficult for many families and we have been working hard to make necessary accommodations for those who reached out to us. If you currently have tuition, before/after care, or lunch balance(s) and have not been in touch with Mrs. Smith, please do so as soon as possible at

Below are two links:

Morning Greeting and Prayer

Afternoon Prayer (Thank you, Norah!)

Special Guests:  Class of 2020 Class Night (The file is too large for a link, so please go to our Facebook page to enjoy!)

If you have not ordered your 2019-2020 Yearbook, please do so as soon as possible!  The yearbook is beautiful!

May we continue to hold in prayer our health care workers, first responders, those affected by COVID-19, all those providing needed goods and services, our families, our teachers, and ourselves. We also pray for healing in our country.

Let us hold our Class of 2020 close in our heart and prayer!

Thank you for your continued support!

Blessings on your weekend!  This Sunday is Trinity Sunday, and I hope that you are able to attend livestream liturgy!  Next weekend, our churches will once again be open!  Praise God!


Joan Dollinger


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