Classrooms and hallways may look a little different this year, but it was nice to have students back on campus this week.
All seventh grade and transfer students were here every day, while other students either were 100 percent remote or on a hybrid schedule.
Each morning before entering school, students were required to fill out the health questionnaire and have their temperature taken.
While the entire student body began classes on Monday, seniors, along with junior high students, and transfer students were at CBA beginning on Friday, Sept. 11 for orientation.
Members of the Class of 2021 gathered at Alibrandi Stadium for prayer, a welcome address from President Matt Keough and Principal Debbie Brillante. They then participated in some relationship building activities. Counselors Kathleen Hanson and Chris Dopkowski updated the seniors on the college application process, and CBA alumni Michelle Damico ’10 and Stefan Thompson ’09 spoke to them about their CBA experience, the importance of networking and their career paths.
The junior high students met with their house members (homerooms), learned about technology, took part in ice breakers, relationship building activities and question and answer sessions. Seventh graders, were introduced to their senior buddies and participated in an obstacle course activity.
Current CBA students assisted transfer students on their first day. The new students met with faculty and staff in the Learning Commons for their orientation session.
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