Very Good, Good, OK, Needs Improvement
Thank you for your trust in the school’s leadership and board this year. We had a remarkable fall, largely free from broad interruptions to our on-campus learning environment. Our mitigation strategies have been effective because of our strong partnership with families who have chosen to prioritize school in their day-to-day lives.
From a mitigation perspective, the Christmas break presents a significant challenge for the school. Infection rates are peaking across the country, and in order to ensure a fresh and healthy start to the second semester, the COVID Task Force is considering the school’s ability to offer saliva-based PCR testing (please note that this is not a nasal swab test and thus more comfortable for the children) before school resumes in January. The Task Force is engaging in a cost-benefit analysis and a key element is understanding the community’s willingness to participate. The purpose of the following question is to gauge the participation of the school community.