COVID-19 Update March 26, 2021

March 26, 2021

Dear St. Charles Families,

Attached to this email is our April school calendar and the Holy Week schedule from St. Charles Parish.

There will be no school on Friday, April 2, so students and staff may observe Good Friday. There will be no school on Monday, April 5, Easter Monday. 

Our Lenten Paper Drive ends on Monday, March 29. We are collecting paper goods for St. Vincent de Paul of Woburn and have assigned items by grade:

PK, K, 1 and 2- a package of four (4) rolls of toilet paper

Gr. 3 and 4- a box of tissues

Gr. 5 and 6- a package of table napkins

Gr. 7 and 8- two (2) rolls of paper towels

March Madness was a big success! Thank you for Ms. Kovac and the Student Council for organizing it.  On Tuesday, Upper School teachers prepared and hosted a Geography Bee in each class. Congratulations to the winners from each grade and all who participated!


Grade 5- Milo Davis

Grade 6-Sophia Joseph

Grade 7- Amelia Amadin

Grade 8-Daniel Ridlon

On Wednesday, students in Kindergarten through Grade 8 played BINGO via Zoom. It was nice to have many of our students participate in an event together. 


Mrs. Carbone, with the support of the Upper School teachers, organized a Public Speaking Contest. On Thursday, the fifteen students competed against others in their grade. All students should be commended for their preparation and courage to participate! Thank you to our judges!

The winners were:

Grade 5- Declan Murphy

Grade 6- Brianna Toka

Grade 7- Molly Murphy

Grade 8- Zachary Balandan

The Upper School will pray the Stations of the Cross in the Lower Church on Holy Thursday. 


Kindergarten students will participate in a Church Visit on March 29 at 8:45am.

Grade 1 students will participate in a Church Visit on March 30 at 8:45am.

Our preschool students enjoyed the warmer weather this week. Here is Mrs. Wells’ class waving to their shadows.



Please continue to be proactive about communicating illness information with staff at the school. You are helping us to maintain accurate records and keep others healthy. I cannot stress enough the importance of following the recommended protocols. If your student is exposed to someone who may have COVID or someone who has tested positively for COVID, please do not send your student to school and notify the school office immediately. Please do not send your child to school if he/she does not feel well, and please notify the school office of your child’s illness. Please inform us immediately if your student or anyone in your household tests positive. If someone becomes ill during the weekend, please email me so I may have information in advance. We are relying on cooperation from each of you to help everyone to remain healthy and we thank families for being cautious in an effort to keep everyone well. 

Monitoring your child’s health: Please take your child’s temperature each morning before leaving home for school. If your child has a fever, please do not send them to school. Also, if your child has any of the following symptoms: fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, a new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or a runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, please keep your child home and notify the school office.  If your child has been exposed to COVID-19, please contact our school office immediately. By sending your child to school, you are agreeing that you have completed the home screening on a daily basis. 

Have a blessed Holy Week.
Mrs. Donna Cargill

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