School Reopening

Reopening August 24th, distance learning for K-8th grades

OLMC Distance Learning Guide - coming soon!

Please complete this brief survey about the school waiver by
Archdiocese parent survey for TK-6th grades


OLMC Reopening Plan for ON-campus learning - 7-28-2020 version

OLMC Town Hall - 7-23-2020 - recording

PowerPoint presentation shared by Dr. Farrington at 7-23-2020 OLMC Town Hall Zoom meeting.

7-23-2020 letter from Archdiocese of San Francisco Department of Catholic Schools Superintendent Pam Lyons



OLMC Reopening Questions:
Please submit a questions that you have about OLMC's Reopening Plan via this link.





Our Lady of Mount Carmel School is entering its 135th year of partnering with parents in the Catholic education of their children. That partnership has always included keeping students safe while providing academic excellence.

We believe that returning to school is important for healthy development and well-being of children. OLMC recognizes that children learn best when physically present in the classroom; students experience much more than academics at school that cannot easily be replaced with online learning.

OLMC is committed to good order and clearly defined behavioral expectations while we foster an environment of caring and consideration of others.

The following have been a part of OLMC for decades:

Because of our size, we do not face many of the space and number-of-student challenges that will confront public schools. OLMC School plans to open its campus and buildings to all students five days per week for “in-person” classroom instruction on August 24, 2020.

On July 17, 2020, Governor Gavin Newsom set forth conditions for the reopening of schools as well as guidance on when schools that are open might close again. We will operate according to these county-specific guidelines:

For information, please CONTACT US. We would be delighted to answer your questions and address your concerns as we share our reopening plan with you.