Updates from HOS/AHOS
July 28, 2020
The Board met on Monday evening to discuss how payments for families with children in the Infant, Toddler, or Early Childhood programs should be handled since we are not in an economic shut down and the Tuition Contingency Plan does not fully correlate to the current situation. In trying to meet the needs of all of our families, whether choosing to keep your child at home until a later date or sending your child to TMA for in person care, the Board has decided to offer new options for children enrolled in the Infant, Toddler, and Early Childhood programs:
- Continue with your annual contract and no changes will take place. All payments, including tuition insurance, will continue at the current posted rates.
- Change annual contract to a month-to-month contract. If this option is chosen, there will no longer be a need for tuition insurance, and the 2020-21 tuition insurance payments will be refunded to your account. Because of the nature of month-to-month contracts, there is a slight increase in the monthly cost, which can be found on the updated Tuition and Fee Schedule. Your May payment will be applied to the month of August, the August payment will be applied to September, and so on, until we receive notice that you want to cancel your contract. All 2020-21 financial aid awards will continue for the 2020-21 year until we receive notice that you want to cancel your contract. There is a 30-day written cancellation notice required for all month-to-month contracts. A new contract will be required for this option.
- Withdraw from TMA until a future date when you feel it is safe to return. If this option is chosen, your 2020-21 tuition insurance payment and any 2020-21 Extended Day payments made to date will be refunded. We will keep your May payment as a credit on your account and apply it to the month in which you return. There will be no further payments expected until you let us know that you want to return. Any financial aid awards will end with the withdrawal and a new financial aid application will need to be completed and approved before future financial aid will be granted. Return enrollment is dependent upon space availability and teacher placement cannot be guaranteed. If no space is available upon return, you will be placed in our wait pool until a space becomes available.
Due to the pandemic and these uncertain times, these options are available for the 2020-21 school year and will not be a permanent change. We are trying to be flexible and change with the current circumstances and we hope these changes will help you to feel comfortable continuing to keep your child enrolled at TMA.
We need to hear from every family who has a child enrolled in the Infant, Toddler, or Early Childhood program so we know how you want to proceed. Please complete one form for each of your children enrolled in the Infant, Toddler, or Early Childhood program to let us know which option you will choose. If we do not hear from your family, we will assume that you have chosen option 1, to continue with your current contract. Even if you plan to choose option 1, we would still like you to let us know your intention. All responses must be received by the end of the day Friday, July 31.
Thank you for supporting TMA during this challenging period. Your tuition dollars make it possible for us to provide an exceptional education for your child.
Head of School
July 22, 2020
We will be opening on August 10th!
With the new closure order from Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley, we have made a few modifications to our opening plans. We recognize the seriousness of this situation, so we urge those families who do not need care to please stay home.
For those families who do not have the option to stay home, we’ve worked hard this summer to ensure that all of our programs are fully licensed by the Department of Health and Human Services as a child care facility so we can meet the needs of our families. As a result of this accomplishment, we will not be affected by the order and will be able to offer in person care on August 10th rather than September 28th. Teachers will need additional time to complete the new required training, so we will not be able to open on August 3rd as previously planned. Safety is our number one priority and we want to provide a safe place for those families who need high quality childcare.
We are working to try to meet the needs of our community, which includes those who need in person care and those who have the ability to stay home with their children. We need to know which group your family falls into, so please let us know by completing this registration form [link removed for safety] by the end of the day Sunday, July 26th.
For all students who attend in person, we will continue to offer a Montessori curriculum in a safe and nurturing environment while following the enhanced health and safety protocols necessary to mitigate transmission of COVID-19. Please be aware that August 10th -24th will be somewhat of a transition period as we get acclimated to the new process. For those families who do not need care, we will still be providing support, the level of which depends on the age of your child:
- Infant, Toddler, and Early Childhood: Teachers and staff will be available to provide guidance and support and help you facilitate learning in your home, whether it is advice on toilet learning or suggested activities for your child at home.
- Elementary: Distance learning will be available for all elementary students as is outlined in the Distance Learning Protocols. Students will receive lessons in the morning and afternoon, with materials provided as needed on a check-out basis. Lower Elementary distance learning will be taught by Candy Proctor and Upper Elementary distance learning will be taught by Price Barnes. Robin Dotson, Heidi Holguin, and Suzanna Batzer will be here for those students who will attend in person.
We appreciate the patience and understanding you have all shown as we navigate these uncharted waters. We will be holding two roundtable discussions, one tonight at 8:00 pm [link removed for safety] and one on Friday morning at 9:00 am [link removed for safety]. We invite you to join us to discuss these changes.
Please remember to complete the registration form [link removed for safety] by the end of the day Sunday, July 26th. We look forward to connecting with all our families, virtually or in person, on August 10th.
Head of School
July 15, 2020
Dear Elementary Parent,
Attached is the Elementary Distance Learning Protocol for 2020–2021. This document began with input from the May parent survey and has continued to evolve over the last several weeks, including input from last Monday’s Roundtable discussions. It is also likely that it will continue to evolve. While the primary focus in this protocol is on Distance Learning when a whole class/program/school shutdown occurs, it does address what will happen in the event that an individual elementary student is required to quarantine at home.
As a result of last Monday’s Roundtable discussions, a new survey was sent to all Elementary families yesterday. This survey asks parents to tell us whether they want to start their student on August 3rd in person or whether they want to start off with distance learning. One outcome of the survey may be that we are able to give parents an individual choice of in person or distance learning to start the school year. If this choice is offered to our families, we want to make you aware of changes that will be associated with this choice. We are not able to staff five elementary classrooms with an in person teacher and a distance learning teacher. As a result, one current teacher from each program will be designated as the distance learning teacher, and the students who choose to learn at school will be divided up among the remaining teachers in each program, which for some of you will be a change. This teacher assignment will remain in place at least through the first progress reporting period, which ends on October 9th.
You are welcome to email me with any questions you have. We have also scheduled two Roundtable Discussions via Zoom next Monday, July 20, for those of you who want a more interactive opportunity to discuss your questions and connect with other elementary parents. Robin Dotson and I will co-host the Upper Elementary Roundtable from 5:30-6:30 pm; Candy Proctor and I will co-host the Lower Elementary Roundtable from 6:30 – 7:30 pm. The Zoom link and password for both sessions are below:
Upper Elementary Roundtable Discussion via Zoom from 5:30-6:30 pm: [details removed]
Lower Elementary Roundtable Discussion via Zoom from 6:30-7:30 pm: [details removed]
Looking forward to seeing and talking with you on Monday!
Head of School
July 15, 2020
You should have received an email yesterday inviting you to take a quick survey about your family’s return to TMA. Please take a few minutes to share your responses with us. This information will be invaluable to us as we prepare to open in August. I realize many of you have questions since there is not a lot of major programming changes happening in Infant, Toddler, and Early Childhood, except for the ones outlines in the COVID-19 policy. I invite you to attend tonight’s Parent Happy Hour, which will be held at an earlier time 8 p.m. or attend on Friday at 9 a.m. I will be available to answer any questions you might have on what TMA will look like for your child when they return. [links removed for safety]
With love and gratitude,
Assistant Head of School
July 12, 2020
Dear Elementary Parent,
I wanted to clarify that tomorrow’s Roundtable discussions will focus primarily on the in-person learning environment and the changes described in the Elementary Program Classroom Changes for 2020-21 document sent out last week. This week, I will be sending out the Distance Learning Protocol that will provide significant detail on what virtual learning will “look like” this year should we have to pivot from in-person learning to virtual (online) learning in the event that classes cannot be held onsite as a result of local or state regulations/order. Separate Roundtable discussions, focused on the Distance Learning Protocol and virtual (online) learning, will also be scheduled later this week.
Head of School
July 9, 2020
Dear Elementary Parent,
Today the “Reopening TMA” email contained a document that describes the Elementary Program Classroom Changes for 2020-21. You are welcome to email me with any questions you have. We have also scheduled two Roundtable Discussions via Zoom next Monday, July 13, for those of you who want a more interactive opportunity to discuss your questions and connect with other elementary parents. Robin Dotson and I will co-host the Upper Elementary Roundtable from 5:30-6:30 pm; Candy Proctor and I will co-host the Lower Elementary Roundtable from 6:30 – 7:30 pm. The Zoom link and password for both sessions are below:
Upper Elementary Roundtable Discussion via Zoom from 5:30 – 6:30 pm: [details removed]
Lower Elementary Roundtable Discussion via Zoom from 6:30 – 7:30 pm: [details removed]
Looking forward to seeing and talking with you on Monday!
Head of School
July 9, 2020
Dear TMA Parent,
We have been busy preparing TMA for re-opening on August 3, and part of that work includes creating a COVID-19 Policy. The Administrative Team worked together, using the best available guidance, to create a policy that will best prepare TMA to be a safe place for children, teachers, and staff. We believe by following the attached policy, we will be able to keep the virus at bay, and the entire TMA community will play a large role in doing so. We need families to fully understand and abide by the policy, especially if any member of your family has been exposed to the virus. If every family who suspects that someone in their household may be sick or has come into contact with someone who may be sick stays home, we will be able to keep the doors to TMA open. This expectation applies for our teachers and staff, and is extended to the entire community. If we all work together to keep TMA a safe and healthy space, we will have a successful year at TMA.
The Infant, Toddler, and Early Childhood classrooms will operate in much the same manner as they have in previous years, while incorporating a few changes such as reducing class sizes (T/EC), staying in home groups, adding heightened cleaning and disinfection procedures, and using face coverings for teachers, per the Governor’s order. The Elementary program will see additional changes, details of which can be found in the attached document: Elementary Classroom, Changes for the 2020-21 School Year. These changes are needed at the elementary level because these students tend to work for longer periods of time at a desk, sitting directly across from another student. We expect there to be some time of adjustment for students, but we know they will quickly adapt to these changes and prove once again how capable Montessori students are.
Lastly, Amanda has successfully managed the process for TMA to become a fully licensed childcare facility though the Texas Department of Health and Human Services for all programs. This will allow us to stay open for essential workers in the event of another stay at home order. We hope this will not be the case, but we are prepared to care for children of essential workers so those parents can continue to work in their critical roles during a shut down.
If you have specific questions about the new policy or the changes in any of our programs, please reach out and ask; my virtual door is always open!
Head of School
April 27, 2020
Hello TMA Families!
We hope you are all faring well during the “shut down”. We are hearing lots of good things from families about how they are staying connected to TMA and to each other virtually! Thank you all for your contributions to this community effort! We are all learning new things, and we miss all of you!
We have some information about next steps for TMA. First and foremost, following Governor Abbott’s guidelines, and for the safety and peace of mind of our children, families and staff, TMA will not physically re-open this summer. At this point, we are planning towards an August 17th opening to the 2020-21 school year. As a result, we are moving our 12-month families to 10-month contracts. Your May payment will continue to be the first payment for the 20-21 school year and your next tuition payment will not be due until August. Families who choose the monthly installment payment option will also pay the Tuition Insurance Premium in May, which for 2020-21 has been reduced to a one-time payment of 3%. The adjustments for 12-month families have been made in FACTS so you don’t have to do anything to change your payment amount. Please contact Pam with any financial questions you may have.
Financial Aid Update: Due to the extension of the deadline to apply for financial aid for 2020-21, the Financial Aid Committee (FAC) will be meeting next week and applicants will be notified of financial aid decisions by May 8. Adjustments have been made to the FACTS account of all families who have applied for financial aid and May payments will not be withdrawn until financial aid agreements have been completed.
For those families who will need childcare this summer due to both parents having to work outside the home, please reach out to Amanda. She can help you find high quality places in the area that are offering care.
Although TMA will not be physically open this summer, we are offering online summer courses for children of all ages. These will be offered in 1-2 week sessions. We are reimagining what Montessori on-line “looks like”; we also want to know what you’d like to see. A short survey will be sent out later this week asking for your input on what kinds of topics would be most valuable. Please let us know your thoughts!
We want to take this opportunity to thank you all for your patience, your willingness to be flexible under trying circumstances, and for your support of all of us at TMA. We appreciate your kind words of encouragement, your participation in our extra-curricular activities for parents, and your belief that we will all come through this. We absolutely will, and we will be stronger for it.
Molly M Gamades
President, TMA Board of Trustees
Head of School
June 26, 2020
Dear TMA Parent,
I hope this email finds you well and ready for a restful weekend. One of the changes we were forced to enact was a reduction in the hours of Extended Day due to mandated reduced student/teacher ratios and required teacher/student classroom groups. As such, we are facing limits on the number of students who can enroll in the Extended Day program. Although many families completed enrollment for Extended Day during re-enrollment, much has changed and we need parents to confirm whether Extended Day is NEEDED or WANTED by completing this form. We will prioritize space and contact all families who submit this form to confirm enrollment or wait pool status.
Additionally, the Extended Day rates have changed to reflect the greatly reduced student/teacher ratio. The cost is still quite low when compared to other after school activities, averaging $8.75/hour for Infants and Toddlers, and $7.50/hour for Early Childhood and Elementary students. We have revised the Tuition and Fee Schedule which is available online for your review.
All forms must be submitted by the end of the day on July 1. I hope you have a great weekend!
Head of School
June 19, 2020
We are committed to providing weekly updates as we move towards re-opening on August 3. This week’s update will focus on the Staggered Drop Off and Pick Up Schedule and the Tuition Contingency Plan.
Staggered Drop Off and Pick Up Schedule: Last week we shared the Drop Off & Pick Up Procedures we will be following when the 2020-21 school year begins on August 3. The specific schedule for staggered drop off and pick up, utilizing carline for all program levels, is shared below:
|2020-21 Staggered Drop Off and Pick Up Schedule|
|Drop Off||Half Day Pick Up||Full Day Pick Up|
|Before Care (Infant/Toddler/Early Childhood)||7:30-7:45 am|
|Elementary||8:00-8:15 am||3:15-3:30 pm|
|Early Childhood||8:15-8:30 am||11:30-11:45 am||3:15-3:30 pm|
|Toddler||8:30-8:45 am||11:30-11:45 am||3:30-3:45 pm|
|Infant||8:30-8:45 am||3:30-3:45 pm|
|Extended Day||4:15-4:45 pm|
2020-21 Tuition Contingency Plan: This week the Board approved a Tuition Contingency Plan that will be in effect in the event that classes cannot be held onsite as a result of local or state regulations/order. A chart containing additional information by program is attached.
Please continue to share any questions you have. As stated last week, this continues to be an ever-evolving situation and changes are inevitable.
Head of School
The Montessori Academy of Arlington
3428 W. Arkansas Lane
Arlington, TX 76016
We want to update you on a few changes that will take place when we open our doors on August 3. These changes are based on the Governor’s new Minimum Standards Health Protocol. After reviewing the recent survey responses, we know that most of you are ready to send your children back to TMA and also want to ensure they are safe. This letter should provide an overview of the major changes and help put your mind at ease about sending your children to TMA in August. Please note, if there are new guidelines issued before school opens, this information is subject to change.
Classroom Changes & Ratios
|Infant||No change to class size or ratio|
|Toddler||1:7; maximum class size is 14|
|Early Childhood||1:10; maximum class size is 20|
|Elementary||1:10; maximum class size is 20|
- Based on the reduced class size for Early Childhood, we may need to move a few children to different classrooms. Additionally, moves may need to take place based on the survey results for essential workers.
- If enrollment allows, we will open the fourth Early Childhood classroom and hire new teachers.
- We will add a Teacher Assistant to each of the Elementary classrooms.
Social Distancing Measures
- Children will only be in contact with their classroom teachers and the children enrolled in their classroom. They will not share spaces with teachers or children from other classrooms. Other than their classroom, and designated restrooms for Elementary students, the outdoor space will be the only other area children will visit.
- We are working on a plan to continue to provide Elementary Enrichments. Because children cannot move between classes and the teachers cannot directly interact with multiple classes in a day, we are working to find a way for these teachers to provide Enrichment classes for your children.
- With the new staffing and ratio requirements, operational hours will need to be modified. To ensure that children can remain in the same classroom with the same teachers for the entire day, our operational hours will be adjusted:
- Infant, Toddler & Early Childhood: School Day: 8:30 am – 3:30 pm | Before Care: 7:30–8:30 am | Extended Day: 3:30-4:30 pm
- Elementary: School Day: 8:00 am – 3:30 pm | Extended Day: 3:30–4:30 pm Unfortunately, we cannot offer Before Care for Elementary, but we have added an additional 30 minutes to the morning to help offset this change.
- All existing Extended Day contracts have been voided. More information about cost and registration will be provided soon.
- Face coverings will only be required for staff working carline, staff not working directly with children, and any visitors entering the building. Staff working directly with children will not wear face coverings as it hinders their ability to teach and for children to read social cues. In the Elementary program, students and teachers may use face coverings during group lessons. Teachers will not be responsible for ensuring children wear a face covering or keeping up with the location of a child’s face covering.
- Children will not be required to wear face coverings unless they choose to do so. However, TMA will not be responsible for ensuring that their face covering remains on throughout the day. Following guidance, children 2 and under are not to wear a face covering.
Drop Off & Pick Up Procedures
- All programs will utilize carline for drop off and pick up and we will enact staggered times by program (details forthcoming). Infants and Toddler children will enter through the exterior classroom doors. Parents are not allowed in the building unless it is an emergency.
- We recommend that one parent be designated for drop off and pick up each day so our staff only comes in contact with this one family member.
- At drop off and before parents drive away, all children will have their temperature checked. Following guidance, if it is over 100°, the child will not be able to attend TMA for 72 hours after symptoms dissipate or we receive a release from the child’s physician. Also following state regulations, we will ask about and send home any child who exhibits any of the following symptoms:
- Chills-Repeated shaking with chills
- Muscle pain
- Sore throat
- Loss of taste or smell
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Known close contact with a person who is lab-confirmed to have COVID-19
- After the health check, all children are required to clean their hands before entering the building. We will use hand sanitizer to meet this requirement and then they will wash their hands with soap and water upon entering their class.
- All children will be picked up through carline. A staff member will escort them from the classroom to the car.
We will send out more details on the specifics of each of these procedures closer to the opening of school on August 3. We will also communicate any additional changes as we continue to navigate these new health and safety protocols. If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know.
Head of School
May 18, 2020
Dear TMA Families,
As we are officially ending the last week of the 2019-20 school year this week with graduation celebrations and parades, we are also continuing to develop and refine contingency plans for the coming summer and school year. While health and safety has always been important, it is now the number one priority. We are committed to developing and implementing systems, based on regulatory guidance and medical “best practices”, to ensure the health and safety of every child entrusted to our care.
We (the Board, Administrators and Program-Level Curriculum Coordinators) have been diligently working on contingency plans for the fall and beyond, based on numerous scenarios and in collaboration with consultants and Montessori school administrators and teachers across, and beyond, the US. We want you to know that your responses to the recent parent survey have guided our planning AND that these plans must be flexible; nothing is set in stone. As the situation is ever evolving, there will be on-going changes to our plans and answers to your questions. Updates will be provided on a regular basis in the TMA Connection.
Overall threads from the parent survey responses that were considered in our planning are as follows:
- TMA families, particularly those with children in Infant, Toddler, and EC programs, need high quality childcare to facilitate parents who are working, at home or in a place outside of the home.
- While families want and need childcare, they also have questions and want information about items related to health and safety, such as disinfection and cleanliness, as well as tuition.
- Families want more guidance from teachers and more connection between classroom teachers and children. Elementary families want teachers to resume their roles as instructional designers and leaders, particularly in remote learning.
A global strategy for all contingency planning scenarios is TMA becoming a fully licensed childcare facility, beyond our Infant & Toddler Programs, so that in the event of another school closure, TMA could remain open, even if only for essential workers. Governor Abbott’s conference remarks today validate the importance of this strategy in meeting the needs of TMA families. We are reviewing the new guidelines that were released today and considering the possibility for a soft opening, beginning July 6, with a full opening as early as August 3. Much of this plan relies on the timeline of the licensing process.
Additionally, we are finalizing our plans for our summer online course offerings, some of which will be a continuation our most popular online classes and some will be new intensive courses specifically designed to challenge and enrich our elementary students.
In closing, we also want to let you know that our staff are doing well, and we all miss seeing you and your children! Additionally, prior to our school shutdown in March, two staff members, Ashley Carroll and Elaine Marshall, informed us that they will not be returning to TMA in the fall. We will greatly miss both of them and encourage you to reach out to them and express your appreciation for them as well.
Head of School
Our new document, Montessori at Home: A Handbook for Parents, is now available online as a resource to use during this unusual time in our lives. We hope it will provide some guidance on what to expect and how you can help your child continue to learn the Montessori way. Please let us know if you have any questions. We are here to help!
March 26, 2020
Dear TMA Parents,
First and foremost, our thoughts are with you and your families during this very uncertain time. We know this has been difficult for you as you navigate the ever changing new normal.
We will be closed until we feel it is safe for our families and staff to return. We wish that we knew an exact date, but it is changing on a daily basis. Families should plan on TMA remaining closed through the end of the school year. As the COVID-19 situation evolves, we will provide updates on our schedule, summer program and year-round program.
We want you to know that TMA is in sound financial condition. The school has been run very effectively and in a fiscally conservative manner over the past 10 years. As a result, we will weather this storm and we will be fine.
TMA staff have been working on ways to keep families (parents and children) connected and assist parents with ideas for helping children learn at home. We would like to stress that all of these activities are optional and feel that your child will continue to learn and grow whether they participate or not. Every family is enduring different challenges, and we do not want to add to the stress. We also realize that families with Elementary students may have specific academic concerns. Elementary teachers will be available to work with parents to design a plan that supports your child’s needs while honoring your family’s unique situation. A Montessori at Home Handbook for Parents will be sent out tomorrow to assist you in planning activities for your children. We will also be rolling out a new online platform at the beginning of next week that will house all of these resources for parents to easily access. If you have not joined the TMA Facebook Family Network, we highly recommend you do so. It is alive and thriving! Our staff is committed to helping you through this time – please let us know what you need!
Additionally, TMA recognizes the significant financial burden that has been placed on our families by COVID-19. Consequently, the Board has authorized a reduction in your April tuition payment to assist our families. Tuition will be adjusted in FACTS by Friday. You can also be assured that TMA staff is being paid during this time. We have also extended the application deadline for Financial Aid for 2020-21 to April 20, 2020.
We hope your family stays healthy and safe. We appreciate your support, and we miss your children! Thank you for helping taking care of our local and our global community by staying home. Together we will push through this and we will come out stronger on the other side.
President, TMA Board of Trustees
Head of School
Following Governor Abbott’s orders issued this afternoon, TMA will be closed an additional week, from March 30-April 3. Please know that TMA staff is actively engaged in identifying ideas and strategies to support families in applying Montessori philosophy at home during this difficult time. Our goal is to give you tools and lower your stress. Additional information will be shared next week.
We are excited by how active The Family Network has been! Interest is on the rise as 20 new members joined today! If you’re not a member, we encourage you to consider joining as a way to keep in touch with our community.
The Board will meet in a closed special session in the next couple of days to determine the best way to move forward given the possibility of a longer-term school closing. We know that, along with everything else, you have concerns about tuition payments and what the rest of the school year will look like. We will have some answers for you next week. We appreciate your patience as we navigate the ever-changing landscape of the Coronavirus.
Thank you for your continued support as, together, we continue to walk through this unprecedented challenge.
Molly Gamades Pam Dunbar
President, Board of Trustees Head of School
We understand everyone must be wondering what will happen beginning on Monday. We have been waiting to hear the recommendation from the Tarrant County Health Department. This morning, the recommendation came for all schools in Tarrant County to extend Spring Break by 2 weeks as a mitigation strategy to preempt the transmission of COVID-19. The county is strongly recommending that families to stay at home and not gather together.
We believe this is the best strategy for our community as well. Over the next 2 weeks, we will disinfect the school so it will be ready for our eventual return. Additionally, we will be working to put together daily Montessori at home activities for Early Childhood and Elementary students which will be published on the Parent Portal, Facebook, and Bloomz. Please continue checking the Parent Portal as this will be the main location for us to keep you updated with regard to this fluid situation.
The Elementary Drama Performance and Bake Sale are postponed. We will keep you updated when we know more. Classes will resume on Monday, March 30.
Mrs. Dunbar sent out an email to all families on Thursday, March 5, and included our newly Board approved Coronavirus Preparedness Plan. It also asked any families who may be traveling to an affected area, to please read the new plan carefully.
Questions have arisen about what constitutes an affected area. Because this is an evolving situation and we cannot predict where an outbreak will occur, the best we can recommend is:
- Review CDC Risk Assessment Page and follow recommendations listed in Table 1. Risk Categories for Exposures Associated with International Travel or Identified during Contact Investigations of Laboratory-confirmed Cases and Table 2. Summary of CDC Recommendations for Management of Exposed Persons with by Risk Level and Presence of Symptoms.
- After consulting the tables, if you are asymptomatic and have either Low Risk or No Identifiable Risk, you can return to school as usual on Monday, March 16. If you have a Medium or High Risk, please follow the recommendations in the table and contact the school via email to keep us informed of the situation.
- After consulting the tables, If you are symptomatic, please follow the the recommendations in the table and contact the school via email to keep us informed of the situation.
This page will be updated as the need arises.