Face coverings are required in school buildings for all individuals age 2 and older. Face masks breaks will be granted when students are outside, but students will continue to be required to wear masks during outdoor activities.
Students will remain in consistent groups as much as our program allows to facilitate contact tracing and limit transmission of infectious diseases. Students will move to different classrooms as little as possible.
All students and employees will be screened each morning and their temperatures will be taken upon arrival. Temperature checks may be taken during the day. Partnership with families to screen for symptoms will be essential throughout the year. Ill students will be separated from others and will be picked up immediately by a parent, guardian, or other emergency contact.
All visitors to campus, including parents, will be screened and have their temperatures taken. Visitors must have an appointment and minimize interactions with other people while on campus. The Green Bay entrance will continue to be the main entrance during each school day.
Social distance of 6 feet will be maintained as much as possible, and classrooms will be organized to preserve social distance between students to the extent practicable.
The use of shared school supplies and learning materials will be minimized. Students and teachers will be spaced apart to minimize the risk of transmission.
All off-campus trips and activities are suspended. Upper School Outdoor Education trips at the start of the year have been postponed indefinitely. The dates of May 11-14 have been reserved for the Grade 8 trip to Washington, D.C. in the hope that such a trip is possible at that time.
In accordance with recommendations from the CDC, shared surfaces and spaces will be cleaned during the day in addition to deep cleanings each evening.
Students and employees will wash hands with soap and water frequently or use hand sanitizer. Many classrooms have built-in sinks. All classrooms will have hand sanitizer for easy access.