NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Wednesday was the first day of school for Catholic school students across New York City, and things looked a little different.AP: Federal Judge Deals Blow To Vaccine Mandate For New York City Teachers
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Despite the new procedures, students say they’re happy to be back.READ MORE: Driver Killed, Passenger Hospitalized After Vehicle Overturns In Rockland County
“I feel kind of nervous, but then I’m also excited because it makes sure that we’re able to go back to school,” seventh grader Nailla Thompson said.
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The archdiocese says students are able to return to five days of in-person learning at many schools.
Others will have a hybrid model with students participating in live classroom instruction from home.MORE NEWS: Police Searching For Missing Bronx Teenager Amanda Perez
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