2021-2022 Educational Plan & Protocols

As the 2021-2022 school year quickly approaches, we’ve continued to monitor the latest in COVID-19 travel requirements and news, along with announcements from our local officials. We are set to resume classes in person on Monday, August 23. 

Please click here for an overview of our 2021-2022 Educational Plan, which details the health and safety protocols, many of which are familiar to you and your children. While at school, we will maintain all universal health protocols to ensure safety, including temperature checks, masks, frequent handwashing, and social distancing. 

What’s new? 

  • The Department of Health will be on campus on the first day of school to administer COVID testing, a requirement for all unvaccinated staff and students – procedure to follow in a separate email. 
  • We are not requiring a quarantine period after travel, as long as the governmental screening remains in place in order to enter the territory.
  • We will no longer be offering a remote option unless there is a stay-at-home order preventing us from being on campus together. 

Once again, we cannot fully predict governmental mandates or what we have yet to learn about COIVD-19 or other communicable diseases, so we present this with the understanding that things may change.

Thank you for doing your part to keep our children in school and safely on campus! 

In partnership,

Shannon Harris
Head of School