Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates and Resources
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Brother Martin Returns to All In-Person Learning on October 12

Dear Parents,

Brother Martin High School will transition out of Hybrid Learning and welcome all students back on campus each day beginning on Monday, October 12th.

Please read the “Return to Learning” Plan in its entirety along with the information below. The document will continue to be a dynamic one as we receive further guidance from the state department of education, city officials, and public health officials.


Periods 1-3 and 7-8 will consist of 50 minutes of instruction. Periods 4-6 will consist of 55 minutes in order to accommodate students at lunch:

  • 1st TONE - 7:40 a.m.
  • 2nd TONE - 7:45 a.m.
  • 1st - 7:50 - 8:40    
  • 2nd - 8:44 - 9:34    
  • 3rd - 9:38 - 10:28    
  • Announcements - 10:28 - 10:33    
  • 4th - 10:37- 11:32    
  • 5th - 11:36 - 12:31    
  • 6th - 12:35 - 1:30    
  • 7th - 1:34 - 2:24    
  • 8th - 2:28 - 3:18    
  • Staggered Dismissal by Grade Level - 3:18-3:23
  • ***Test Prep will resume on Wednesdays in the 2nd Quarter

Instruction While Quarantined: 

Students who are quarantined will participate in instruction in a variety of ways. This plan is flexible depending on each situation and may include self-directed work similar to remote instruction during Hybrid Learning, recorded lectures, and/or recorded classroom instruction. We realize that learning and instruction is not ideal while students are quarantined, and we continue to modify our strategies to accommodate our students as best we can in difficult circumstances.


Students will sign up for new unstructured period pods for the 2nd quarter. On Monday, October 5th, a SignUpGenius will be posted on Schoology, and all students will be required to select a pod for each unstructured period.

As we plan for reopening school at full capacity, our school leadership, faculty, and staff have been working diligently to ensure that we continue to promote a safe environment conducive to achieving the goals inherent in our holistic approach to education. Thank you for your patience, understanding, prayers, and partnership.

Your partners in Mission,

Ryan Gallagher '00

Greg Rando '77

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