Currents News Staff
Sept. 9 marked the first day of school in the Brooklyn Diocese.
New York City public schools delayed their reopening, and there were some public school buildings that remained closed Sept. 8 due to ventilation issues.
Meanwhile, the Brooklyn Diocese has been taking precautions to prevent those issues in the Catholic academies.
In terms of what the city’s department of education provides to the diocese, have these delays had any effect on Brooklyn and Queens Catholic schools?
To discuss students returning to school during the coronavirus pandemic is the Brooklyn Diocese Superintendent of Schools for the Brooklyn Diocese, Tom Chadzutko.