ECS Second Cohort (Kindergarten up to Grade 6) for in-person Learning
Please let us know if you would be interested in having your children attend in our second cohort. This will most likely be in late April, after the spring recess.
We have completed preparation for the first cohort of students in K-3 and are submitting to the transportation department and preparing our building and classrooms. We are now accepting requests to open further, pending transportation and classroom capacity regulations.
- Online families, rest assured, we are still 100% committed to your children, as all children are receiving the same program of instruction and expectations.
- We must continue to follow CDC guidelines for bus and classroom capacity, so that keeps our numbers limited.
The in-person schedule is four days a week: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 9:15 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Your child's class-times will be the same as the online schedule. Classrooms and common areas are deep-cleaned on Wednesdays, and students will report for online for morning meeting with the online students.
Program and Protocols
Whether your child attends in-person or online, we are still teaching the same program. If you prefer to stay online, rest assured your child will receive the same time and attention as the in-person students. If your child attends in-person schooling, we will have the following protocols in place:
- Students must follow directives of Transportation Department
- DROP-OFFS MUST ARRIVE ON TIME and families must wait for the child to be screened before leaving
- Mandatory electronic temperature scans upon arrival
- Daily COVID exposure questionnaire
- Masks required at all times except lunch
- Lunch will be served in the classroom
- Enhanced disinfection protocols on student areas and bathrooms
- Students with any COVID symptom will go into quarantine and must picked up within 2 hours.
- Children who cannot follow safety guidelines will return to online learning
You must have access to transportation should your child present any COVID symptoms as determined by the school nurse. Failure to pick up a child in a timely manner will result in returning to online learning until such a time that all students may return.