It is with a heavy heart that we must announce that per Gov. Andy Beshear’s recommendation this afternoon, we will not be returning to school for in-person classes this year. Because Pres began online instruction in mid-March, our last day of instruction for freshmen, sophomores and juniors will be Friday, May 15. The last day of instruction for seniors will be Thursday, May 7. Final exams for all students have been waived.
Administrators are working to reschedule senior activities, including graduation and prom. More information will be forthcoming.
We miss our Pres Girls terribly and wish they could have returned to Fourth and Breck this year, but we understand the governor’s decision - our utmost concern is the health and safety of our Pres Girls, their families and our community.
Thank you to Spanish teacher Hannah Duque for assembling this list of local businesses owned by Pres families! Please do your best to patronize them, not just during this current pandemic but as often as you are able.
To add a business to our list, email Communication Manager Kristin Beck at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Per Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear’s recommendation today that all Kentucky schools cease in-person classes through Friday, May 1, 2020, Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Louisville will not resume in-person instruction for that period, Superintendent of Schools Leisa Schulz announced. As previously communicated, online/alternative instruction will continue as announced. All Catholic school activities are canceled during this time.