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Students In Session At Monroe County’s Catholic Schools

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Gibault’s welcoming committee for the 2020-2021 school year incudes, left to right, Kaitlyn Johnson, Ivana West, Mary Ellen Koeninger, Brennan “The Hawk” Wills, Isabella Frasure, Elayna Hermanns and Lauren Eichholz. They greeted students arriving to start the covid-era school year.
Gibault’s welcoming committee for the 2020-2021 school year incudes, left to right, Kaitlyn Johnson, Ivana West, Mary Ellen Koeninger, Brennan “The Hawk” Wills, Isabella Frasure, Elayna Hermanns and Lauren Eichholz. They greeted students arriving to start the covid-era school year.

The local Catholic schools are back in session with students coming into the buildings to start the year. During these covid-era days, these students are learning to adjust to the new safety rules, including wearing face masks, carrying their books and laptops with them all day, not sitting too close to each other, and  not …

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