Learn more about how COVID-19 is affecting New Ulm Area Catholic Schools below.
E-learning began on Monday, March 23, 2020, for all K-12 students and is anticipated to continue through May 1, 2020. Homework, postings, materials, etc. will be sent out via Google Classroom. Teachers are available via email on school days during normal school hours (7:30 A.M. - 3:30 P.M.).
If you have questions regarding e-learning, please contact your child’s teacher via email. You may also contact the NUACS Tech Team leaders: Mrs. DeVries at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ms. Budenski at email@example.com.
Phone Calls: All main school office lines will be sent to voicemail. If you need assistance, please email respective building principals.
Music Class Codes
If you need your music class code for K-6 music with Mrs. Sweeney, please click K-6 Music Class Codes - Mrs. Sweeney.pdf
United Way of Brown County – Project Lunchbox Program (Grades K-4)
Please click this attachment United Way - Project Lunchbox Student Waiver.pdf for details and to sign up for this program. Children who sign up receive a bag of non-perishable food at the end of each school week for use over the weekend. Note that the income restriction to participate in this program has now been waived. Details may also be found at https://www.
Partners in Faith
Click Partners in Faith - April.pdf to read the April issue.
Mental Health Virtual Care Package
The following information is shared from Community Health Programs associated with Heart of New Ulm and the New Ulm Medical Center … with Minnesota’s K-12 school closures, we are all living in a time of uncertainty. Stress levels are rising not only for adults, but also for our kids and teens. Your Change to Chill and Health Powered Kids teams are here to support you through a Mental Health Virtual Care Package for students, teachers, and parents who are all adjusting to distance learning. In our care package, you’ll find activities for de-stressing that can be done as a class, as a family, one-on-one with a child or as an individual. We know our community can build resilience through stress prevention and reduction activities like physical activity, mindfulness and more to get through this challenging period. Check out Change to Chill Virtual Care Package.pdf and Health Powered Kids Virtual Care Package.pdf for resources to help you and your families cope.
Some fun things to do while you are at home with kids during COVID-19 shut down:
Ideas for kids who are home:
We pray that these circumstances will continue to prepare us for future creative learning. We will continue to give updates as they become available. If you have questions regarding COVID-19 and it's impacts on NUACS, please ask them here.
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