“While the school year has been upended for thousands of public school students across the state, Corrin Stokes’s school day this fall looked largely the same as it did last year. After donning her school uniform and eating breakfast, the friendly 7-year-old hops in the car with her mother, Arleaya Martin, for the drive from their home in Dorchester to Mission Grammar School, where she’s a second-grader.

As Massachusetts school districts contend with fully remote instruction or a hybrid model that involves students coming to school for part of the week, it has been business as usual for most Catholic schools in the Boston archdiocese.”