A Healthy Community — A Shared Responsibility
The key to our safe return to campus is ensuring that everyone in our community understands and commits to following the health and safety guidelines outlined in the plan. Keeping our campus healthy and able to “do school” is only possible if, as a community, we commit to support and uphold a healthy campus environment. With everyone’s understanding and cooperation, we have a much better chance of minimizing the risk and maintaining a healthy environment for our students, faculty and staff, families, and the larger community.
Our approach for the return to campus is comprehensive, with strategies for the individual student, the learning environment, and the campus.
Thank you to The Wheeler School for allowing us to use portions of this graphic from their plan.
The Risk Matrix and Data-based Decision Making
Decisions regarding the mode of instruction are based on a Risk Matrix, similar to what was used in the spring to determine the school’s response to the spread of COVID. The Risk Matrix identifies risk based on a variety of factors including city, state, and federal guidelines and directives, the percentage of students attending school, and other incidence indicators. The Risk Matrix is created by the COVID-19 Response Team, an adjunct team of the Crisis Response and Safety Team.
If risk levels change, we will notify you directly via email and we will post it on the PANDEMIC news feed. Please sign up for alerts for this feed to receive notifications of such news posts.
Teaching and Learning
Cleaning and Disinfecting
Read about the daytime and nighttime cleaning routines, bus cleaning, and the products and equipment used to keep our campus clean and safe.
We are committed to supporting our families with before- and after-care at all risk levels with the exception of Red/Remote Learning.