COVID-19 and Distance Learning Updates
The faculty and staff at St. Veronica Catholic School is working closely with the Office of Catholic Schools of the Diocese of Arlington, to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and provide the best continuity of learning possible. Our students and teachers are safe at home, but still learning and growing together through our remote distance learning plan. Please see the updates and other information below.
A Peek Inside Our Digital Classrooms
St. Veronica Catholic School transitioned to distance learning March 18, 2020. We are thankful for our dedicated faculty, who have worked tirelessly to implement our digital learning plan and support and accommodate the needs of all their students.
With the uncertainty over how the 2020-2021 school year will proceed, we thought you might like to take a peek into our teachers’ digital classrooms and see what they have accomplished. We are so very proud of all our Victors!
Distance Learning Calendar
Updated April 2020
15 MAY, FRI
8:45 – 9:10am
All School Rosary (after flag ceremony)
11:30am – 12:00pm
Drive-by Flower and Canned Food drop off
22 MAY, FRI
Virtual Field Day Released
25 MAY, MON
Memorial Day- School and office closed
29 MAY, FRI
Last Day for PK3 and PK4 Students
1 JUN, MON
8th Grade Last Day of School
2 JUN, TUE
5 – 6pm
8th Grade Virtual Graduation
3 JUN, WED
Last Day of School
A Word from Mr. Busekrus
Front Desk: 703-773-2020
St. Veronica Catholic School
3460-B Centreville Rd
Chantilly, VA 20151
Serving the Dulles South, Sully and South Riding areas of Western Fairfax and Eastern Loudoun Counties.
Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations… Teaching them to carry out everything I have commanded you. —Matthew 27:19-20
The administration, faculty, and staff of St. Veronica Catholic School recognize the dignity of each person by seeing Christ in every child. The mission of the school is to ensure vibrant religious education and exemplary academics by empowering our students and faculty through faith and knowledge.