Saint Agnes campus is closed – but our learning continues!
Saint Agnes School campus is currently closed to the public, as we do our part to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Only essential employees are allowed on campus. However, the main office is staffed during normal business hours from 7:30am-3:30pm Monday through Friday.
Distance learning began on Monday, March 30. Parents and students have been receiving direct communication from their teachers and the administration in relation to their distance learning studies. We are making every effort to provide stability and routine for our students and families as together we continue to grow in faith, virtue, and reason.
All participation in Minnesota State High School League spring activities is suspended. This includes competitions, training, practices, scrimmages, and contests. This suspension also pertains to the lower school.
It is our hope that we can salvage at least some of the final weeks of school but we must be flexible, as things change daily. We will continue to monitor the recommendations the CDC and MN Department of Health and will make prudent decisions based on the information at hand.
Please view the video below to hear Headmaster Kevin Ferdinandt and Academic Dean/Director of the Lower School Michael Adkins discuss the philosophy of education at Saint Agnes School and how it pertains to distance learning amidst the Coronavirus.
In the words of St. Padre Pio we ask all of you to, “Pray, hope and don’t worry, for worry is useless.” St. Padre Pio, pray for us.