This week, Molloy welcomed students, faculty, and staff back to Manton Street for the start of the 2021-22 school year! Each class enjoyed an orientation day during which they received homeroom and locker assignments, picked up workbooks and yearbooks, and took yearbook photos. The Class of 2025 visited Molloy the week prior to pick up their iPads.
Molloy is set to begin the year with full in-person instruction as well as in-person extracurricular activities. The CHSAA has also provided guidance for a return to fall sports. The week of September 13, 2021 will be the first full in-person week with all grades in attendance since March 2-6, 2020. Molloy continues to follow the recommendations of the CDC, NY State Department of Health, NYC Department of Health, and the Diocese of Brooklyn regarding indoor mask-wearing, enhanced cleaning and disinfection, and best practices for air filtration. Molloy remains ready to implement its previously successful hybrid model if deemed necessary.
Thank you to our students, faculty, staff, parents, and everyone who made our orientation week a success! We look forward to welcoming everyone back next week for our first full week of classes.
Pictured above: The Class of 2025 get used to their new surroundings on their first orientation day. Faculty and staff distribute workbooks and help the freshmen open those tricky lockers.