Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates and Resources
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: Event Modifications

Due to concerns related to the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and in order to protect our community from potential illness, Brother Martin High School has decided to cancel/postpone the upcoming events listed below. 

Cancellations/Postponed:

  • All Crusader Wrestling Club practices until further notice
  • Track & Field in Ronnie Doyle Classic - March 13
  • Lacrosse vs. St. Paul's - March 13
  • 8th Grade Baseball vs. John Curtis - March 13
  • Dionysians Practice - March 14
  • 9th Grade Baseball vs. Destrehan - March 14 
  • ACT Test Prep Course - March 14
  • Track & Field in Catholic High Tip-off - March 14
  • Crusader Open Wrestling Tournament - March 14
  • Ladies of the Shield Tea - March 14
  • Soccer Convocation - March 16
  • Alumni Day at Tulane/Loyola - March 18
  • St. Joseph Altar and Spaghetti Dinner - March 18 and 19
  • Rugby Trip to Memphis - March 20 through March 22
  • Alumnus of the Year Weekend - March 21 and 22
  • NHS Elementary Quiz Bowl - March 21
  • Crusaders for Life & Justice Kickball Tournament - March 25
  • Mu Alpha Theta State Convention - March 26-28
  • Fish Fry & Easter Egg Hunt - March 27
  • Tennis Tournament - March 27
  • Brother Martin/Mount Carmel Academy Crazy 8s - April 1
  • Slam'n'Jam - April 4

If this event can be rescheduled to a later date, we will notify you at our earliest convenience.

In a letter to Catholic schools sent on March 11, 2020, the Archdiocese of New Orleans has recommended that schools postpone events held at off-campus locations and consider postponing on-campus events as well, up until and including Friday, March 27th, in order to reduce the risk of contagion. As much as we would like to continue with our plans, we know that erring on the side of caution is the best thing to do with the information we now have.

At this time of uncertainty and concern, we ask that you continue to pray for those who are currently ill with this virus, those who will become ill, and all the men and women in the medical field who are charged with caring for and protecting us.

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