5/14/2020 Update from Bro. Dennis

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COVID-19 Response 

Dear Parent or Guardian,


As always, we hope and pray you are safe and well. Loughlin’s administration continues to monitor the situation with particular attention to the information coming from New York State.

Today is the last day of classes for Seniors. There are some great postings on our website focused on our Seniors. Check them out for a pick- me-up. It confirms the wonderful young men and women who were and are our students. There was a separate communication from Ms. Gottsegen especially for Seniors and their parents. If you are a parent of a Senior please read it carefully.

Classes continue for underclassmen and women. Remember, while there are no Regents Exams, students must pass the course in order to earn the Regents credit.

Some important meetings have been held and others are coming up. The meeting for Junior parents on financing college was informative and well attended. Parents asked many good questions. There is also a meeting for Freshmen and Sophomore parents coming up on Wednesday, May 20th. 

Loughlin’s Orientation Night for incoming Freshman is scheduled for Wednesday, May 27th. This event is for families that are registered. If you know of family or friends who intend to send their teenager to Loughlin, and are not registered, please have them contact the Admissions team at egonzalez@blmhs.org or at ahallett@blmhs.org.

In the next week or so you will hear more about end of the year business – textbook collection, locker clean-up, and instrument returns. We are studying a potential schedule for next year so more will be communicated in the near future on what school will look like in the Fall.

As a member of the Loughlin family, you already know one of the differences between Loughlin’s Lasallian education and the public sector are the relationships we form with students. During this COVID-19 “pause” our faculty and Deans have been diligently reaching out to students offering encouragement. In some cases, challenging students to stay engaged and do their work, complete assignments, and stay focused. This outreach is an expression of real care and respect.

Together, we remain Loughlin strong.

Live Jesus in our hearts. Forever.

Bro. Dennis Cronin, FSC