SPCHS Coronavirus Updates – CLICK HERE

During this Coronavirus Crisis, St. Paul administration has taken steps in these unprecedented times to continue with the school’s mission of educating young minds, hearts and spirits, albeit in an unconventional way.

As we continue to deal with the outbreak of COVID-19, the St. Paul community is connected through online learning, “after-school” virtual meetings, virtual Chapel Prayer service & social media conversations.

It is the goal, as always to live our five core values each and every day. Faith, Character, Community, Excellence, and Service.

April 9th School Closure Update

April 9th Update – Email to Students/Faculty

April 6th – Monday Morning Assembly

March 30th – Student-Athlete Covid-19 PSA (featuring our own Julian Thayer ’20)

March 30th – Monday Morning Assembly

March 27th Update – Email to Students/Faculty

March 23rd Update – Monday Morning Assembly

March 20th Update – Email to Students/Faculty

March 19th Update –
St. Paul begins distance learning in the midst of Coronavirus Crisis

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March 18th Update – Day #1 or (121)

March 17th Update

The health and safety of our students, faculty and the entire St. Paul community is of utmost importance to us. Our hope is that closing our school contributes to slowing the spread of this virus throughout our region and state. Be assured, we will stay in contact with you during this unprecedented time. We pray for the health and well-being of all of our students, their families and all those effected during this global crisis. Stay well. – Mr. Cary Dupont ’72 President/Chief Administrator

March 16th Update

March 12th Update 


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Special Visitor Via Zoom – Thank You Byron! CLICK HERE

Bristol Press Article – Byron Jones does virtual Q&A with students from his Alma mater St. Paul – 4.8.20

Thank you Byron Jones ’10 for your words of motivation to all of our students during this time! Thanks for also popping in on a class yesterday to say hello to some of our students while answering their questions. Those snippets still yet to come! #stpaulalumnivisit #givingback #byronjones @Byron31Jump


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Virtual Holy Week Mass 4.8.20 – CLICK HERE

Join us this morning (Wednesday, 4.8.20) at 10:30 am as we celebrate our Mass for Holy Week virtually.
While we won’t be together physically at St. Gregory the Great Church, we are spiritually in the comfort of our St. Paul chapel and your homes.
Allow Jesus Christ to enter into your hearts giving you renewed peace, hope and love during this pandemic crisis.

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Sewing Masks for our Healthcare Workers – CLICK HERE TO READ

Mrs. Dawn Zillich, St. Paul librarian and sewing club adviser makes face masks. Donations of supplies by SP friends, current and former parents and grandparents over the years have provided materials for this good deed.

The masks she is making are for Relief Crafters of America and will be shipped to Bristol Hospital along with masks made by other members.

Interested in serving our medical professionals? She’ll pre-cut fabric, provide instructions, and collect finished masks for distribution.
Need masks? She’d be happy to send some to you.
Just email Mrs. Zillich at Dzillich@spchs.com

This is her “sewing club headquarters” when she’s not conducting librarian duties.

Photo credit: Husband Jose 🤗

Thank you Mrs. Zillich

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CIAC Spring Sports Update Regarding COVID – 19

CIAC Spring Sports Update Regarding COVID – 19
Release from CIAC – March 18, 2020
CHESHIRE, Conn. – Following an online meeting with nearly 70 school, athletic and governmental leaders CIAC reached a consensus that canceling the entirety of the spring sports season is premature at this time. There is a strong desire to provide student athletes some spring athletic experience if possible. Any plan for spring sports will need to adhere to the guidelines from the Governor’s office, Department of Education and health experts regarding the potential reopening of schools to establish a specific time frame.
“These are unprecedented challenges for our schools, and it is of the utmost importance that we provide answers and a structure to support our membership and maintain the possibility of a spring sports experience for our student-athletes,” CAS-CIAC Executive Director Glenn Lungarini stated. “CIAC understands the value of providing students a spring sports experience, if possible. However, the health and safety of our communities must remain at the center of our decision making.”
The online meeting discussion emphasized that while student-athletes may want to begin preparations for a potential season that respecting the recommendations for social distancing and avoiding group activities prior to the approved time will aid in keeping athletes safe and allow for the season to begin in a timely manner if approved. The uncertainty of the timeline for school openings requires the understanding that any plans to begin spring sports will be fluid and should have the ability to reflect the different needs of different school communities.


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