NEW YORK --
The Archdiocese of New York, have completed their preliminary evaluations of the current status and long-term viability of the regionalized elementary schools in their respective regions.
According to the Archdiocese, 26 out of 159 regionalized, parish and archdiocesan elementary schools are at-risk of closure in June 2013.
The number of students at these elementary schools is 5,053 out of 50,045 currently enrolled in Catholic elementary schools in the boroughs of Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten Island, and Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Sullivan, Orange, Dutchess and Ulster counties.
The elementary schools notified that they are at-risk are:
Manhattan: Annunciation Holy Cross Holy Name of Jesus St. Gregory the Great St. James-St. Joseph St. Jude
Northwest and South Bronx: Holy Spirit Our Lady of Angels Our Lady of Mercy St. Jerome
East and Northeast Bronx: Blessed Sacrament St. Anthony St. Mary St. Mary Star of the Sea
Central Westchester: Holy Name of Jesus, Valhalla Our Lady of Fatima, Scarsdale St. Casimir, Yonkers
Northern Westchester/Putnam: Our Lady of the Assumption, Peekskill St. Theresa, Briarcliff Manor
Dutchess: Regina Coeli, Hyde Park St. Joseph, Millbrook
Rockland: St. Augustine, New City St. Peter, Haverstraw
Ulster, Orange, Sullivan: Sacred Heart, Newburgh St. Joseph, Kingston St. Mary of the Snow, Saugerties
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