To provide a student experience that is both physically safe and pedagogically sound, our planning prioritizes the following considerations:
Protecting the physical and mental health of our extended community through health protocols and daily screenings, continued testing of employees and students, technology upgrades, and carefully planned community activities
Maximizing teaching flexibility so that we can toggle seamlessly between in-person and remote learning in response to a rapidly changing health environment
Providing an equitable and consistent learning experience that sets the gold standard for education in these times
2021-2022 School Year
We anticipate a closer to normal school year. Preseason athletics will be held in August, and on-campus orientation activities will be held beginning Aug. 31.
All employees and students aged 12 and over who are eligible for vaccination (with allowances for certain medical exemptions) will need to be fully vaccinated by the date they return to school. Families whose students turn 12 during the summer or during the school year will be expected to begin the vaccination process as soon as their children become eligible. The school has not made a decision regarding vaccination for younger students and will await guidance from federal, state, and local health agencies.
Our health protocols continue to be guided by federal, state, and local requirements and we will make adjustments as needed.