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Letter of announcements of new instructional models for the 2020-2021 school year from Mr. Kowalski, July 29
Click on the link to read about new instructional models for the upcoming school year
Please click on the link to read the plan on returning to school in the coming year
Click here to read a letter about health and the reopening of school from the school nurse, Regina Hinterschied.
Dear Hartley Families, We continue on. I’m grateful to work with really good, kind, and faith-filled people at Bishop Hartley. Both Tera Chun and Andrew Jahahn put together plans for your children for both their faith development and their social wellness. Please see the attached letter. You will hear from both Regina Hinterschied and Chris […]
Click here to read the newest letter from Mr. Winters about the reopening of school in early August. The letter will also be sent in FinalForms in the afternoon of July 7th.
Dear Bishop Hartley Families: I hope this finds you well! Please click on both the first link, which is a parent survey, and the second one, which is a letter from Principal Winters. The form below is a survey that asks for feedback about this past Spring and the coming Fall. Hartley Parent Survey: https://forms.gle/jtAqnyiFQuqa6r2b7 […]
Click here for more information and the application for the free and reduced lunch program
Click here to view our Bid for a Cause: Celebrating 10 Years of the House System video. Help Support Our House.
Here are three letters regarding the reopening of Diocesan schools in general and Bishop Hartley High School in particular. Click here for a letter from Superintendent Adam Dufault Click here for an executive summary from the Reopening Task Force Click here for a letter from Bishop Hartley Principal Michael Winters
Make-up days for textbooks, library books and technology devices will be Tuesday and Thursday, June 9 and June 11 from 9am-noon. Please enter through the front doors that enter into the main lobby. We will have a staff member in the main office collecting the books. It would be helpful for students to have their books […]