We look forward to welcoming your child back on campus for the 2020-2021 school year! Please see our COVID-19 Response Plan for a detailed outline of the changes for this coming school year and how we plan to care for your child and our community.
Currently the state is open and schools have the ability to return to full operations. Many large districts are planning on a combination of learning modalities that include online learning, modified schedules to reduce the number of children on campus, and regular instruction. Our class sizes are already about half that of public schools, and so we see no need to modify a schedule to allow fewer people on campus at a time.
Parents should plan on a longer drop-off time. A simple health screen, including temperature checks, will happen daily. If children don't meet all the criteria for health to attend school, they will need to stay home until approved for return. There will be frequent hand and desk sanitation and student desks will be placed further away. Masks will be required for much of the school day.
Due to stringent health requirements for school admittance, we understand that attendance may become an issue for students, especially those who catch every little bug that goes around. Our plans for the first semester will accommodate families who wish to continue remote learning, as well as the occasional sick child. In the case that your child is unable to attend, we will ask that you move to the remote plan for the duration of their time at home. If they are well enough to participate in school instruction, they will be marked as "present." A new attendance policy will be a part of the COVID-19 Response Plan and will supersede our school handbook until further notice.
We are in need of lunch and sanitation volunteers. Please call the Front Office if you are able to help. This would be a great way to earn PPP.
We are accepting donations of masks, latex and latex free gloves, Lysol, and hand sanitizer.