NDB extends online distance learning: Community reacts

NDB extends online distance learning: Community reacts

 

 

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Isabel Hall, ’24
Laura Lipton, ’24
Annie Lester, ’24
Alex Sandoval, senior at Junípero Serra High School
Megan Dal Porto, senior at Design Tech High School
Josh O’Brien, senior at Archbishop Mitty High School
Helen Ciernick, Spiritual Life Teacher
Dina Cunha, College Counselor
Allan Gargaritano, Counselor
Rachel Shanley, NDB Dean of Student Life & Leadership
Barbara Tauskey, NDB Student Services Coordinator
Catherine McGuire, ’22
Lexi Coral, ’22
Chloe McGraw ’22
Casey Peterson, ’23
Ciara Mangan, ’23
Krista Mananquil, ’23
James Lucas, parent of Ariel Lucas, ’23
Alli Fitzgerald, parent of Lauren Fitzgeraid, ’23
Reggie Mananquil, parent of Krista Mananquil, ’23
Kayla George, junior
Hailey Braun, junior
Sage Saperstein, junior
Jonathan Tomczak, History Teacher
Isabelle Haithcox, Science Teacher
Coleen Lorenz, Psychology and Dance Teacher
Audrey Sanguinetti, ’21, sister of Anna Sanguinetti, ’21
Steve Sanguinetti, father of Anna Sanguinetti, ’21
Heather Sanguinetti, mother of Anna Sanguinetti, ’21
Alison Nordt, parent of Clair Sapilewski, 22′

Allison Paske, English Department

Audrey Mogannam, Staff Writer

The Catalyst (TC): What do you think about the announcement to continue online distance learning until December? Allison Paske (AP): “I guess I'm not surprised, especially seeing how many schools that have started this year in person and are starting to close down again because of this.”   TC: Do you prefer to be online or on-campus? AP: “For right now, I prefer consistency. I thin...

Matthew Hankins, History Department

Audrey Mogannam, Staff Writer

The Catalyst (TC): What do you think about the announcement to continue online distance learning until December? Matthew Hankins (MH): “I guess mixed of course. Of course I would like to be in the classroom teaching, but I really don't want to do that until it's safe for everyone. I approve of the decision knowing that we should have people's health first.”   TC: Do you prefer ...

Ashley Dierolf, Science Department

Audrey Mogannam, Staff Writer

The Catalyst (TC): What do you think about the announcement to continue online distance learning until December? Ashley Dierolf (AD): “I think it is unfortunate that we will not be back together as a community. We all miss being together but I also think it is what is best considering our virus number and better for our overall community.”   TC: Do you prefer to be online or on-campus...

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