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The following Health & Safety Practices will be followed for the 2022-2023 academic school year.

Protective Face Covering

Face coverings are optional for faculty and students.  Parents/Guardians may request student to wear mask throughout day.  However, this expectation will only be enforced by Parent/Guardian request.

Authorized Personnel Only

Only authorized personnel will be permitted inside school buildings. 

Hand Washing & Sanitizing

Hand washing and Sanitizing procedures will be reinforced, heavily emphasized, and practiced during the academic day.  Desks and workstations will be cleaned and disinfected after student use.

Wellness Checks & Isolati​on

The wellness of each student will be monitored throughout the day.  Any signs of fever, virus symptoms, or illness, student will be placed in an isolated area.  Parents will be notified immediately for student pick up.  Student must be picked up within 1 hour of notification.

Cleaning & Disinfecting

All desks, workstations, and surfaces, will be frequently cleaned and disinfected.  This includes after each student use, lunch, between classes, and the conclusion of school day.  

Students can not share supplies with other students.  This is to minimize the potential transmission of any illness.


Students are still required to bring own lunch.  Lunch will be eaten either in classroom or designated area, with proper spaces to ensure distancing remains observed.  Students should bring water bottles to school for hydration. Water bottles may be refilled at water fountains.

Regular Training

School leadership remains up-to-date on the best practices to promote the health and safety of all stakeholders.  As a result, faculty and staff receives regular training in health and safety procedures and policies.  


Here are some helpful tips and information provided by the CDC sharing what we can do to stop the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).  

Click the links below to find out more:

Encourage Proper Hand washing

Hand washing Flyer

How to Safely Wear and Take Off a Cloth Covering

Protecting Yourself and Others

Checklist for Parents

Want to find out more? Click Here to find more CDC information and resources.

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