The school's principal said they are monitoring the situation, but currently don't plan on deviating from the norm.
Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School has no current plans to alter its schedule, as many schools and organizations around the country and world are altering their schedules amid the coronavirus outbreak.
"We've discussed scenarios and we're monitoring the situation because it's changing by the minute," said Principal Roger Bemis.
The principal said school officials are working on contingency plans, should they have to close the school. The administration is in the process of preparing for online instruction, but school will continue as normal for now. This story will be updated.