As our youngest learners begin to return to campus, here are some helpful tips for packing lunches:
St. Paul's is monitoring the spread and prevalence of Covid-19 and continually reassessing our policies and practices.
We are committed to protecting the health and safety of our community while providing exceptional learning opportunities and experiences on our campus and in the world beyond. We are grateful for your partnership and will continue providing updates as necessary.
read our latest communication to our community below.
If you have a question related to coronavirus and The St. Paul’s Schools or would like to report a potential exposure or information about someone in your household who is being tested for the virus, you may send an email to email@example.com. Please know that all personal health information will be kept confidential, although information may be shared with the public health officials who are working to protect our community.
The St. Paul's Schools takes very seriously our responsibility to keep our community safe. All buildings currently are open for learning.
Thank you for working with us to maintain a healthy community.
If a student develops a fever of 100.0 F or above, they should stay out of school until they are fever-free for 24 hours without the aid of antipyretic medication. The nurses will use their clinical judgment to evaluate situations on a case-by-case basis.
As we teach students on campus amid the continuing pandemic, the partnership between home and school is more important than ever. We trust that our students, families, faculty, and staff will commit to upholding our community standards to help mitigate the spread of Covid-19 and keep our campus open.
To help reduce the risk of Covid-19 exposure at The St. Paul’s Schools, we expect all students, families, faculty, and staff to:
- Avoid unnecessary travel to areas with high rates of community transmission.
- Abide by public health guidelines.
- Practice and reinforce hygiene measures.
- Stay home at the first sign of any illness.
Help us keep our community safe this Halloween! According to the CDC, many traditional Halloween activities can be high-risk for spreading viruses, but there are several safer, alternative ways to participate.
At The St. Paul's Schools, we have been brainstorming ways to help our first responders, who are serving our community so courageously through this pandemic. As our health suites are not currently in use, we determined we had supplies we could spare.