October 7, 2021
Good news from the Ventura County Department of Public Health: more than 79% of Ventura County’s population age 12 and older has received a first dose a COVID-19 vaccine. We continue to monitor COVID-19 case rates locally and follow updates from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) nationally. Please be sure to read the school’s COVID Guidelines as we start the academic year.
Please be advised, the School will continue to conduct routine COVID-19 testing through October to provide an added layer of protection against any virus transmission. So far all tests conducted in September have come back negative and we appreciate the support of our community members in following the protocols to keep us all safe. Future COVID testing will occur on both campuses on the following dates:
Friday, October 8
Friday, October 22
Last year, we safely operated with in-person classes, five days a week, during most of the 2020-21 school year. This was accomplished by wearing masks, reducing class sizes, moving to outdoor classrooms, regularly testing students and staff, and following other safety measures. We learned much about how to adjust our program to provide in-person classes and remain virus free. We look forward to a safe and healthy fall semester in 2021-22!
Please call and connect with either Lower Campus Head of School Laurie Clark or Upper Campus Head of School Craig Floyd if you have any questions or concerns.