Chicago Catholic schools introduced onl Chicago
Chicago Catholic schools introduced online classes encouraging e-learning.
The morning of March 16 started like usual school days for the students of Chicago amidst the coronavirus outbreak. The Holy Family Catholic Academy has brought up its cleaning programs supporting the education of the students during the closures of schools due to COVID-19. The e-learning program of the school started with the morning announcement by the principle and morning prayer.
Catherine O'Brien, the principal of Holy Family Catholic Academy of Illinois, circulated a message to his students, saying, "Learning is going to look a bit different this week." All the Catholic schools of Chicago has adopted this new method of learning and moved the classes to laptop and iPad. The schools are trying to provide all possible learnings to the students without wasting much time. By April 22, all the Catholic schools have given green signals to cleaning methods.