NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New York Catholic schools are getting ready to reopen this fall with new safety guidelines in place.
The Archdiocese of New York says it expects to begin the year with a mix of in-person and remote learning.READ MORE: Internal Investigation Underway After Rochester Police Officer Pepper Sprays Woman In Front Of Her Child
Students in the classroom will wear masks and observe social distancing rules.READ MORE: Fruit Stand Worker Injured In East Side Crash Still In Pain, But Grateful To Be Alive: 'I Thank God Morning And Night'
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There will also be an emphasis on hand-washing and disinfecting schools.
The Brooklyn Diocese says its 66 academies and parish schools in Brooklyn and Queens will follow a similar plan.MORE NEWS: Queens Neighbor Holds Rally In Solidarity With Asian-American Community
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