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Ursuline Celebrates End of Year with Drive-Through Parade
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Ursuline Academy celebrated the end of classes on May 29 with a drive-through parade on campus. Nearly all of the faculty, staff, and administration lined the sidewalks around the school with bells, pompoms, handmade signs, and facemasks to wish students well as they begin summer vacation and wrap up this historic year. Hundreds of students and parents decorated their vehicles to show their school pride and drove slowly past the line of cheering teachers with thank you signs for the school and faculty. The school used the event to celebrate the hard work of everyone in their transition to remote learning over the last ten weeks of school and allow students, staff, and teachers say good-bye to one another.

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Statement on Racial Justice
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Kate Levesque '77, President

I write today with profound sadness and a feeling of inadequacy in the face of the senseless death of George Floyd.  As we battle a global pandemic, we know the specific actions we should take to keep ourselves and those around us safe.  But when the epidemic of racial bias and hatred that has long simmered in our country shows a resurgence, what are we called to do?  

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Honoring the Class of 2020 (video)
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It's no secret that seniors everywhere have been denied so many rites of passage that culminate their school experience, from proms to year-end gatherings to graduation ceremonies themselves.  Compassion is part of our school's mission statement - so when asked to help hand-deliver Class of 2020 lawn signs to the senior class, Ursuline's faculty and staff rose to the occasion! 

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Ursuline Academy Goes Remote
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Friday, March 13, 2020, 12:35 pm: In the midst of the rapidly-developing concern over the spread of COVID-19, teachers and students at Ursuline Academy in Dedham were informed that the school building would close and all classes would be held via remote learning for two weeks beginning on Monday, March 16.  Teachers, students and staff were sent home laden with books, iPads, and the promise of a new chapter of learning in the days ahead. 

On Monday, March 16, at 8 a.m., Ursuline teachers and students began operating on their remote learning platform.  With a situation that quickly developed nationwide, educators all over the country scrambled to design and deliver the daily experience of “school” in a vastly different way than usual. 

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