As we begin to ramp up and welcome ALL of our students full time back to campus, we wanted to take a few moments to update and remind everyone about our Covid safety and health protocols and a change to the Travel Policy. We are so grateful for everyone’s efforts and are proud of our success in creating a safe and healthy learning environment. But we still need your help to continue maintaining this for everyone on campus.
ECE / Kindergarten drop off and pick up is in the front, 1st- 5th grade drop off and pick up is in the back parking lot. If you have children in both, you need to go through both carpool lines.
Friday’s Schedule for First – Fifth Grade
Between now and our Spring Break, the current Friday minimum day schedule that has been in place for 1st and 2nd grade will continue, and will be the same for 3rd and 5th. We are hopeful that after Spring Break we will be able to adjust this to full day, and we promise to keep everyone posted.
Revised Travel Policy
Over the last several days there have been several questions about the travel policy in effect for the school. Several months ago the Board decided that it was appropriate for us to align with the recommendations and policies of the LA County Department of Health, who have jurisdiction over these issues for our school. Therefore, as the county has now adjusted this policy, so have we.
Our new travel policy, effective immediately, now allows for travel anywhere within the State of California without a required quarantine.
It reads as follows:
While it is possible this may change further between now and our spring break, we wanted to make everyone aware of this revised policy, so you can make your plans.
We are truly grateful to everyone for your support and patience as we have, and continue to navigate these uncharted waters. Monday, March 1st will indeed be a very special day for our school, as for the first time in almost a year we will have every student back on campus. We are thankful for you all ad appreciative of your partnership, thoughtful questions and community engagement.