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If you are in need of technical support during our remote learning, please e-mail us at

Mrs. Behrens, our family support coordinator, would like to share a resource for families during this time.

Here’s how parents can help kids cope healthily by modeling calm.

Visit our comprehensive coronavirus resource page:


As the situation with COVID-19 evolves and directives change at the State level, our plans must adapt too. To that end, The Massena Central School district will be altering its schedule for the distribution of free breakfast and lunch to all children under 18.

Week of 3/23:
On Tuesday, meals will be provided for both Tuesday and Wednesday. There will be no distribution on Wednesday. On Thursday meals will be provided for both Thursday and Friday. There will be no distribution on Friday.

Week of 3/30 (and beyond):
Meals will be provided on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

Pick-up Locations:
Massena High School Parking Lot
84 Nightengale Ave, Massena

The Community Center
61 Beach Street, Massena

Jefferson Elementary School Parking Lot
75 Bailey Road, Massena

Louisville Arena
44 Arena Drive

Norfolk Fire Station Parking Lot
State Highway 420 / 1 Furnace Drive

Trinity Catholic School’s Roaring 20’s Gala will now be held on June 6, 2020. We will also be delaying the ticket sales, a future date will be announced. Thank you for your patience and your flexibility during this time.


For families that need to utilize breakfast and lunch. If any family is having difficulties getting to any of these locations please e-mail Mrs. Behrens at, Mrs. Giroux at, or Mrs. Baillargeon at


To keep everyone healthy, Trinity Catholic will be cancelling the Painting night that was scheduled on the 25th on March, the Parenting network Group for March and Take Time Thursday on April 2nd. We apologize for any inconvenience.

A Prayer from the Bishop Terry Lavalley.

20200317 – TRL to the Faithful – Prayer

A message from Citizen Advocates in Massena: The Massena Office remains open at this time. Walk-in office hours Monday- Wednesday 8:00- 3:00 and their 24/7 crisis number is 518-483-3261.

Another office number is 315-764-8076

CitizenAdvocates will be implementing telemental health soon, where sessions can be done via video and/or telephone as well

An important message from Mrs. Giroux.

If you are in need of chrome book, please e-mail Mrs. Giroux at by tomorrow morning. We will be distributing chrome books tomorrow March 18th from 1 PM – 3 PM. Please go to the front doors and Mrs. Giroux will meet you in the vestibule with your assigned chrome book and a contract for you to sign. We ask that just parents enter the front doors.

If your child has medications in the nurse’s office, please call the office tomorrow from 9 AM – 3 PM and we will make arrangements on getting them returned to you.

Also, Friday March 20th from 11 AM – 1 PM, you may be able to collect all your child’s/children’s text books, packets (work and important information for students the next 2 weeks), instruments and any snow gear that was left. We ask that you park by the cafeteria doors, but do NOT get out of your car. Your child’s teacher will bring these items to you.

We want to thank you for your patience and know that together we will get through this time.

If you or your family are in need of internet access, please click here to get information.

Here are some helpful links while you wait for your child’s remote learning plan.

Helpful websites:

Please click here and fill out this survey. This will help us know how we can better serve our families.
If your family is in need of a chrome book, please email Mrs. Giroux at

All St. Lawrence County schools will close as precaution against

All St. Lawrence County Schools will close as a precaution against spread of COVID-19

Due to the State of Emergency declared by the St. Lawrence County Board of Legislators, and in consultation with St. Lawrence County and St. Lawrence Public  Health, the St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES and its 18 school districts have made a  unanimous decision to close school immediately until at least April 20th.

The districts, in collaboration with Public Health, will reevaluate the return of staff and students prior to the 20th to determine whether or not it is safe to return.On Monday, March 16 and Tuesday, March 17, and Wednesday, March 18, the districts will be closed so that custodial and maintenance staff can disinfect the buildings. Thursday, March 19, and Friday, March 20, all faculty and staff should report at usual time and location to discuss planning moving forward.

Beginning Monday, March 23rd, districts will provide breakfast and lunch to students aged 18 and under. Details about the process and procedures for food distribution will be forthcoming.

This decision is a purely preemptive measure to prevent an outbreak of COVID-19 in our community. As of March 14 at the time of this writing, there are no confirmed cases in St. Lawrence County. However, the Department of Public Health has advised that the best action the districts can take to prevent the spread of this illness in our community is to limit social interaction.

“The County, BOCES, and superintendents of our 18 school districts did not arrive at this decision lightly or without much deliberation and advisement by our partners in Public Health,” said District Superintendent Thomas Burns. “We are working diligently to provide answers to the many questions we know our parents, staff, and community will have. We are establishing plans and procedures to address concerns about continuing instruction. The districts will have those answers in the coming days.”

An important message from Mrs. Giroux and Massena Central Superintendent Pat Brady will be going home today. This is in regards to the procedures that both Trinity Catholic and Massena Central will be following with guidance from the St. Lawrence County Department of Health. Will we update our parents with any changes.