We are excited to have students and staff back on campus this fall!
We've been working hard to protect the safety of students, staff, and teachers from COVID-19. With guidance from the Ministry of Education (MOE), we are implementing our plan to prevent the spread of illness among our community.
The plan includes the following:
- Disinfecting and ventilating the school facility multiple times per day and robust weekly cleaning of the campus
- Limiting campus access to staff and students only
- COVID-19 negative results for all staff before school begins and all students ages 12+
- Documenting recent travel history for all students, staff, and households in the community per MOE guidelines
- Checking temperatures for all students and staff upon arrival
- Ensuring adequate social distancing during the day
- Creating safe learning zones or “bubbles” by grade level or at the secondary level, by middle school and high school to reduce travel and contact with additional people.
- Creating a safe isolation area for anyone who becomes sick during the school day on both campuses
- Extra supply of necessary PPE, sanitization stations and cleaning supplies
- Ongoing monitoring of the pandemic situation worldwide and its impact on our community
TO ENTER CAMPUS/BEGIN SCHOOL FACE-TO-FACE
Students will need to provide the following information before they are permitted to attend face-to-face instruction on the first scheduled day:
- A Negative COVID-19 PCR Test result taken with 48 hours of the first scheduled day on campus.
- A parent signed Travel Declaration Form submitted by electronic survey.
- Completed electronic survey selecting the face-to-face instructional program option.