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Circular from the School President: April 8, 2021

Dear Marist Parents and Guardians,

May God’s peace be with you and your families!

Kindly be informed that, in consideration of the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the NCR+ bubble and of the need for all our stakeholders (students, parents, guardians, and personnel) to focus on their health and family concerns, Marist School holds an Academic Break on April 12 – 15, 2021. [April 16 is a special holiday and no-class day in commemoration of the founding anniversary of Marikina City.]

The break involves the suspension of all synchronous and asynchronous activities of the Marist VIOLETS except for the following Guidance Program activities:

Because of the break, changes in the schedule of the following activities in the school calendar are consequently moved:

Note: TLE Week will be held on April 26 to 30, 2021.

Likewise, kindly take note of the following:

  • For those with health concerns or condition related to COVID-19, kindly coordinate with the concerned assistant principals, homeroom advisers and subject teachers so that special consideration and assistance can be given to the student, especially in relation to the submission of requirements. Please be assured that any information given to the school or to any of its personnel will be treated with utmost confidentiality.
  • The administrative and support offices of the school will continue to operate on a work-from-home arrangement to minimize points of contact and surging coronavirus infections. For concerns or inquiries, you may contact the following:

Indeed, the health, safety, and welfare of our stakeholders, especially our students, remain to be the primary priority of Marist School during this health crisis. We pray that the break will give you and all our stakeholders the opportunity to attend to your overall well-being and family concerns.

For your guidance. Thank you and God bless.



Br. Allan J. De Castro, FMS

School President