For the health and safety of our faculty and students, Malden Catholic has transitioned to distance learning. In-person classes were suspended beginning Friday, March 13, 2020 and online instruction began on Monday, March 16, 2020. While we are living in challenging times, Malden Catholic has sought to make the transition to online learning as smooth as possible for students, parents, and faculty. Our entire staff has been working for the past couple weeks to help our community continue to function as an exceptional learning environment for all.
Distance Learning Protocol for Students
Students who have completed, logged, and had approved at least 40 hours of Christian Service onto MobileServe their senior year, will have met their hour requirement for Senior Service. These students should go forward in writing their 5-page reflection paper, and pass them into their chosen moderator to be read.
Students who have not completed, logged or been approved for 40 hours of service, will instead practice Spiritual Works of Mercy to meet their service requirement and write a 5-page reflection paper.
All seniors will receive a document regarding the modified requirements and reflection paper details. Please reach out to Campus Ministry if you have any questions.
Campus Ministry is suspending in-person service requirements in compliance with recommendations for social distancing and the current stay-at-home advisory. Please see the document for all new requirements.
School and College Counseling
School and College Counseling is here for you and actively working to continue our support our Malden Catholic students. We have prepared a list of all the current updates and requirements by grade regarding course selection, developing preliminary college lists, college essay editing, and college decision making. This information can be found through the link below.
Students should reach out to us directly for social/emotional support, academic guidance and for college counseling meetings. The best way to contact your counselor is via email, so feel free to reach out to your child’s counselor if you have any questions or concerns.
Campus Ministry has been providing many virtual spiritual exercises for students to participate in. To see what Campus Ministry has planned this week, click the document below.
The MIAA Board of Directors met and have voted on the following pertaining to spring sports:
- If school resumes May 4, then the spring sports season shall begin no earlier than May 4, 2020 and have the completion of regular season and tournament games by June 27, 2020.
- The number of games to qualify for the state tournament will be 12 maximum and 8 minimum.
- Preseason shall consist of 7 calendar days (9 for Rugby with the first 3 days being non-contact) with the first competition permitted May 11 (May 13 for Rugby).
- The MIAA will waive the 13-month rule for physicals providing that the student-athlete's physical was up-to-date on March 13, 2020.
To read the full MIAA Board of Directors document, click here.
Boyle’s Fitness : At home workouts for all students including workout plan and workout sheets for Phase 1 and contact information for any questions regarding workouts.