The Archdiocese of Denver’s Catholic schools and Centura Health have teamed up to help parents and students feel safer from the novel coronavirus when in-school learning resumes in the fall.
Centura Health has been working closely with the Office of Catholic Schools and advising Catholic school leadership on their re-opening plans. A task force comprised of medical professionals from Centura Health, faculty from various local Catholic schools who have previous experience in the medical field, and others, including Deacon Rob Lanciotti, a former virologist for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has been assembled to help formulate and implement robust health protocols in all of the schools to ensure a safe learning environment is maintained.
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Catholic schools partner with Centura Health for safer in-school learning come fall
By Aaron Lambert | Denver Catholic