Principal Dispatch—May 1, 2020

Dear ICCP Families and Friends,
Today is the first day of May and the final weeks of school are upon us. We are grateful to all of you for your patience, strength, and words of encouragement, especially over the past seven weeks (not to mention the entire school year). We’re in this together.
Graduation is naturally on the minds of all of our seniors and we have tentative plans in place to recognize our students.
Download this week’s FAQs [PDF] for answers to more questions about grading, independent work days for students and the status of events and activities.
Rescheduling Class of 2020 Events*
  • July 15 – Seniors Last Day / Mass / Luncheon
  • July 16 – Prom
  • July 17 – Graduation
*These events are tentative based upon current recommendations from the State and Local Health Departments. We will adhere to social distancing guidelines and attendance may be limited.
Will there be Final Exams?
No. In place of final exams, teachers will have a culminating activity during the final week of classes.
AP Exams
Will be taken at home between May 11-May 22. Please view the exam schedule.
When is the last day of e-Learning and school?
Class of 2023
On Thursday, we met with the freshmen class via Zoom. Our virtual world is populated with great students, teachers and families. Thank you for your continued strength and resolve during these unusual times. Together we are stronger.
Care Packages for ICCP Faculty & Staff
We’re so grateful to our teachers and staff for all of their hard work and dedication to our students and our mission. Thank you to the kind people and organizations whose generosity made these packages possible.

Believe in Hard Work
Over the course of the next few weeks, we are showcasing Class of 2020 student spotlights who have been honored as Monsignor Plunkett Distinguished Scholars. Featured this week are Cate Radoha, Jack Ryan, and Rachel Simonides. Read more…

Senior Year in Review – Class of 2020
Tribute video produced and edited by Gabi Zanoni ’20 👇
Virtual Spirit Week – May 4-8
Next week’s theme is “WELLNESS.” Share photos and videos of you and your family staying fit. Use the hashtags #knightup217 #learningneverstops.
We are indeed blessed to be able to continue our educational mission during these trying times. Great job Knights!
May Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception continue to guide and protect you.
Tom Schergen