With the ongoing news surrounding the coronavirus, we wanted to reach out with resources, information, and an update of our school’s status.
We have been carefully watching the development of COVID-19 over the last few weeks. Our Crisis Response Team and Board of Trustees have actively monitored the evolving situation, gathered information, and consulted expert advice. We have come to the conclusion that, for the safety and health of our students, staff, and community, we must exercise an abundance of caution and move to a virtual learning experience. We are suspending in-person instruction through the end of the year.
U.S. State Department updates and resources.
Talking with Your Child
Healthline has published How to Talk to Your Kids About the Coronavirus.
Psychology Today has published How to Talk to Your Anxious Child About the Coronavirus.
Emergency remote learning continues through the end of the school year. Classes end on May 29, 2020.
We aim to conduct as much school business as possible during this time. Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call (252) 638-0122.
Our decision to transition to holding classes online is made with our community’s health and well-being in mind and in hopes of supporting public health officials with the notion of “social distancing” to slow the very rapid spread of COVID-19.
We continue to follow our campus protocols for deep cleaning and sanitization. In addition, we encourage everyone in our community to continue practicing good hygiene and following the CDC's recommendations for "social distancing."
As of Wednesday, March 18, access to campus is restricted to essential and instructional personnel.