We worked very hard during the fall semester to keep our staff and students healthy. We appreciate all you did to protect the community by quarantining and isolating when necessary and also keeping us informed of possible exposures. The number of positive cases of COVID was low (2 students) and allowed us to keep the majority of our students on campus.
December 8, 2020 – Guidelines related to quarantine have recently been updated by the CDC and we encourage you to go to their website to fully review them. We value our on-campus time and will continue to balance that with keeping everyone healthy.
Tuesday, November 17, 2020 On Friday last week Governor Northam announced new restrictions related to limiting the size of private and public gatherings to 25, expanding the mask mandate to include children age 5 and up, and strengthening enforcement at retail businesses. Fortunately, we have had a strict interpretation of requirements from the beginning, and we […]
Dear Community School Families and Friends,
Annual Fund donations support programs and initiatives that are not covered by tuition. This year, due to COVID-19 requirements, our financial need is much higher.
November 10, 2020 – So far, we have avoided any positive cases of COVID-19 with students or staff. That said, the number of possible exposures continues to increase, and we have more reports of family members with a positive diagnosis.
November 3, 2020 The last few weeks have brought significant increases in the average number of cases per 100,000 people for our area. It is critical that we continue to follow the CDC guidelines to reduce the spread.
The Big One is my favorite CS philosophy. It states to treat yourself, others and your environment with care. I think it is so important because we often forget to take care of ourselves and I love being able to spend time focusing on this component of Social Emotional Learning with my students. I also love how involved the school is with the community and helping others.