Coronavirus Update

Schools Closure Update as of April 18, 2020

April 18, 2020 School Closures Announcement From Henry Fortier, Secretary for Education and Superintendent of Catholic Schools:

To our students and families,
This afternoon, Governor DeSantis announced that schools will remain closed for the remainder of this academic year. As has been our intent since our first parent announcement on Feb. 28, Diocese of Orlando Catholic Schools, including Volusia County Catholic Schools, will follow the same directive, keeping all facilities closed and continuing with distance learning. Although this is not the optimal situation, our teachers have been doing a phenomenal job in providing a rigorous, interactive digital learning environment for our students and will continue to do so for the rest of the school year.
We are also aware that you look forward to many end of the school year events — graduation, prom, awards ceremonies, etc. Currently, we are discussing a variety of safe options to celebrate your child’s successes and milestones. Your principal will inform you on how your school will recognize these events at a later date.

May God bless you and keep you safe during these uncertain times.

In peace,
Henry Fortier

Schools Closure Announcement:

The Diocese of Orlando Catholic Schools, including Volusia County Catholic Schools, are following guidelines set by Governor Ron DeSantis and the Florida Department of Education and are closing all campuses until May 1. Distance learning began on March 30th and will continue while schools remain closed. All schools moved their spring break from March 13 – 27. Distance learning instruction will take place during Holy Week from April 6 – 9. Good Friday, April 10, will be observed and elearning instruction will not take place. Elearning instruction will resume on April 13.

A Message to Our Parents from Superintendent, Henry Fortier, March 26, 2020.


Schools Closure Update as of March 18, 2020

Diocese of Orlando Catholic Schools, including Volusia County Catholic Schools, are following guidelines set by Governor Ron DeSantis and the Florida Department of Education and are closing all campuses until April 15. Distance learning begins on March 30. Local principals will work with parents and provide updates to them.