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St. Teresa's Academy shifts to hybrid learning

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Posted at 9:04 PM, Aug 31, 2020
and last updated 2020-08-31 22:04:35-04

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A Kansas City, Missouri, Catholic high school for girls has shifted its teaching to a hybrid model after some students tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

Siabhan May-Washington, president of St. Teresa's Academy, said freshmen and sophomore students will attend classes in-person two days per week at the East 56th and Main streets campus.

Juniors and seniors also will have two on-campus days of instruction.

One day per week will be set aside for students to visit campus for student-engagement activities, such as clubs and prayer service.

More information about St. Teresa's reopening plan can be found on the academy's website.

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