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The Three Learning Models

Central Catholic is excited to announce the implementation of our Hybrid Live Instruction Learning Model for the fall.

Our Hybrid Live Instruction Learning Model is a combination of on-campus learning and live, remote learning.

Whether on or off campus, all CCHS students will receive real-time, synchronous instruction.

Central Catholic High School has developed three learning models that each offer a superlative college preparatory education rooted in Gospel values with the health and well-being of our students, faculty, and staff at the forefront.

Each option is a synchronous learning model with live, real-time instruction.

Image of campus in background with words "Return to Campus, Fall 2020"

The Learning Models

Thee learning models graphic

Each learning model was developed by Central Catholic's 'Return to Campus Advisory' Task Committee, taking into account feedback from parents and students, as well as input from the faculty and staff.

Parent Town Hall Webinar: August 6

On Tuesday, August 6, 2020, the Central Catholic High School administration held a 'Return to Campus' Parent Town Hall Webinar to announce the implementation of our Hybrid Live Instruction Learning Model.

A recording of the webinar, as well as a pdf of the presentation and some initial FAQ's, is available on our Parent and Student Portals. (You will be prompted to log in.)

The Return to Campus Guide

We are excited to offer our Central Catholic community a comprehensive guide for a safer "Return to Campus." From procedures for possible COVID-19 cases to an in-depth look into our learning models, this special guide outlines expectations and protocols for every member of our campus community. Together - by following this detailed guide - we can protect ourselves and each other.

Return to Campus Guide
First page of the PDF file: Return-to-Campus-Guide
Regreso al Colegio
First page of the PDF file: Return-to-Campus-Spanish

Email us with questions and concerns!

We understand that you may have additional questions and concerns about our return to campus in the fall! We encourage you to submit them to

The 'Return to Campus' Advisory Task Committee

Working in conjunction with the school President and CCHS Administration, the 'Return to Campus' Advisory Task Committee consists of 35 members of the faculty and staff serving on six collaborative, working subcommittees. They have been charged with exploring and determining the safest, most effective, and most feasible options for returning to campus in the fall.

Advisory Task Subcommittees

Curriculum, Instruction, & Professional Development

Mrs. Ashleigh Brown '00 
Mr. Jarrod Brown '98
Mr. Michael Clements '94
Mr. Brian Flaherty
Mrs. Kristina Keleher
Mr. Dennis King
Mrs. Carmen Lonero
Mr. Joseph Lynch
Ms. Danielle Marine
Mr. James O'Neill
Ms. Marie Theroux

Health & Wellness

Mrs. Diana Chase
Mr. Timothy Hart '85
Ms. Theresa Homewood '02
Mr. Dennis King
Mrs. Susan Muraco
Mrs. Laura O'Connor
Mr. Marc Pelletier '79
Mrs. Earline Tweedie

Marketing & Communications

Mr. David Erwin
Mr. Christopher Merrill '89
Ms. Heather Notaro
Mr. Chuck Putney '94

Safety & Facilities

Mr. Zachary Blaszak
Mr. Ernest DiFiore
Ms. EllenMarie Loycano
Mrs. Jessica Musumarra
Mrs. Kathleen Smith
Mr. Timothy Whyte


Ms. Katelyn Andrade
Mr. Robert Benedetto '89
Mr. Matthew Joyal '08
Mrs. Jessica LaBrie '09
Mr. Kevin McCarthy
Mrs. Sharman Merrill '87SM


Mr. Shawn Hanson
Ms. Danielle Marine
Mr. Kevin Smith
Mr. Mark Svendsen


Mr. Christopher Sullivan

Mr. Christopher Sullivan
Office of the President
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The CCHS Administration

Mrs. Doreen Keller

Mrs. Doreen Keller

Ms. Jeanne Burns

Ms. Jeanne Burns
Assistant Principal, Academic Dean

Mrs. Jodi Linnehan Kriner

Mrs. Jodi Linnehan Kriner
Assistant Principal, Dean of Innovation & Academics

Mr. Andrew Murray

Mr. Andrew Murray
Assistant Principal, Dean of Students

Mrs. Aliali Silverio Belkus

Mrs. Aliali Silverio Belkus
Dean of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Mr. Thomas Sipsey

Mr. Thomas Sipsey
Assistant Principal, Dean of Students