COVID-19 Cases Prompt Red Bank Catholic to Go All Remote

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RED BANK, NJ – Red Bank Catholic High School is now working within a 10-day all-remote schedule after COVID-19 was reported in the student population.

“Out of an abundance of caution, Red Bank Catholic will move to all virtual classes from November 9th to November 19th.  While this scenario is not welcomed or ideal for students, faculty and staff were well prepared to go all virtual if that became necessary.  RBC was highly touted by current parents and community members for the success of the virtual program implemented early in March,” the district said. “This current virtual session draws on those successes and will include additional class time and enhanced technology with the use of classroom Owls and Blue Yeti Microphones.  Over 35 teachers have elected to teach from their building classrooms to provide them access to this technology.  This also ensures students won’t miss a beat with their course curriculums.  No matter what challenges exist, the faculty at Red Bank Catholic is ready to fulfill their number one mission in providing the best educational product possible for students.”

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