Diocesan News

First Snow of 2022 Doesn’t Stop Catholic Schools in Brooklyn and Queens

The Tablet Staff

A snowy scene from the Prospect Park B/Q subway station this morning. (Photo: The Tablet Staff)

Learning continued across the Diocese of Brooklyn despite this morning’s snowstorm.

“Our schools are open today because of our dedicated faculty and administrators who are capable of an immediate switch to remote learning utilizing the technology we have in place and the robust online learning platforms,” said Dr. Thomas Chadzutko, Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Brooklyn.

“Our students are learning and our educators are teaching. Our Catholic schools and academies did not skip a beat because of today’s snow,” Chadzutko continued.

The Diocese of Brooklyn, which includes Queens, has over 20,000 students enrolled in their 70 Catholic schools and academies.