SCHOOL START DATES AND TIMES
School begins physically and virtually Monday, August 31. School hours are from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm. Before care and breakfast begins at 7:30 am. After care is until 4:30 pm.
Elementary (K-5) Middle (6-8) High School (9-12)
Hunter Green Shirts Yellow (Light) Shirts White Shirts
Khaki Bottoms (no shorts) Khaki Bottoms (no shorts) Khaki Bottoms (no shorts)
Black Shoes preferred Black Shoes preferred Black Shoes preferred
All students must order official school logo patches from the school’s office. All patches will be iron on patches with an option to sew on. Prices are: 5 patches for $20 OR $5 for each patch.
Uniforms are not required for distant learning classes; however, students must be in casual clothing. Students may not wear pajamas or inappropriate or revealing clothing. Please remember they are still “in school”.
Our P.E. uniform eStore is temporarily closed. We have plans to reopen it by the end of the year. P.E. uniform sets include A Hoodie, sweatpants, gym short and a t-shirt all with the school logo for $100. Old and new students will be informed when it reopens to place orders.
DISTANT LEARNING GUIDELINES
Distant learning is optional for the 2020-2021 school year. It is not necessarily encouraged or discouraged, we want each family to do what they feel is right for themselves. Our faculty and staff are prepared for a safe physical return.
PHYSICAL LEARNING GUIDELINES
The school facility, classrooms, office spaces, restrooms, kitchen and common spaces will be disinfected and sanitized daily. We also will have a professional disinfected cleaning company come in to spray and sanitize before physical classes begin.
Students are asked to wear mask and face shields during school hours.
As of now, we will be approximately less than 1/4 of the student population taking physical classes. This is subject to go up or down in the coming months. Students will be practicing social distancing on the school’s campus at all times in class, lines and during breaks. Classrooms will have a maximum of 10 students per classroom and two students per table.
Students and faculty will have their temperatures check daily. Anyone attempting to entering the school with a temperature of 100.5 F or high is cause for concern. Individuals who read 100.5 F or over will not be allowed in the school and are subject to farther examination of symptoms. We do know that some symptoms will be from common colds and illness but for safety reasons we will take each reading serious to reduce risk of spreading any germs.
We know that the last few months many children have been learning and practicing better personal hygiene. We ask that parents continue to do their part and explain the importance of spreading germs and being able to stop the spread of germs. Please make sure they are understanding the importance of covering coughs, covering sneezes, washing hands, etc. as we will be teaching them and requiring these common practices at school.
Any sick students and faculty are asked to stay home. If a student falls ill during school hours, parents or guardians will be called immediately for pick up. Please keep updated emergency contact information.
Doctors notes from illnesses diagnosed not related to Covid-19 are mandatory upon return to school. For example, if a child isn’t feeling well and goes to the doctor and is diagnosed with asthma related sickness they are allowed to return to school only with a note stating that.
POSITIVE TEST RESULTS
If any member of the staff or an enrolled student test positive all parents will be notified. No one will be allowed back in the school campus until they have re-tested negative for Covid-19.
Students will not be sharing supplies. Each student will be given an individual box with any needed supplies inside.
Students are required to bring personal headphones to school compatible with iPad devices. Students will be required to do more technology based learning so headphones will be needed in the classroom.
The water fountains have been unplugged for hygienic safety. We are asking that parents send students to school with bottles of water so they can stay hydrated throughout the day.
Students will not be allowed to use the restroom in groups or with buddies. Adults may monitor student’s bathroom breaks to make sure they are following proper hygiene guidelines like washing hands, etc.
Students will be broken up into groups for lunch to practice social distancing. There will also be only one or two students per table in the lunch room. Weather permitting days, we would like the students to take advantage of outdoor spaces when eating lunch. Students may bring their personal blankets as we will have individual “faux grass squares” for them to sit on in the school yard. Squares will be a minimum of 6 feet apart and will be in place for students to enjoy fresh air while still being distant.