Bishop Hendricken High School announces transition to virtual model

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WARWICK, R.I. (WLNE) – Bishop Hendricken High School announced on Friday that they will be transitioning all classes to the virtual model out of an abundance of caution.

The high school says they will be going forward with virtual learning for December 14-18, and for the two-week period following winter break on January 4-15, 2021.

The school says that they expect their students to adhere to both Governor Raimondo and the health department’s reccomendations over this virtual period. Those recommendations include remaining focused on schoolwork, wearing a mask, and refraining from social gatherings.

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