Distance Learning Program for Instructional Continuity will remain operational until Friday, May 1st
We hope this communication finds you well in the midst of the current health crisis. We are grateful to have heard from countless parents expressing gratitude for our Distance Learning Program for Instructional Continuity. We know you all join us in thanking our amazing faculty for working tirelessly to ensure that the learning continues for our beloved students.
Last week, we notified you that our campus would be closed until Passover/Spring Break. Yesterday, six Bay Area counties announced that their public schools will now be closed until Monday, May 4th. The counties arrived at this decision in consultation with County Public Health Officers, and so we are obligated to follow suit in the interests of public health and safety.
Our Distance Learning Program for Instructional Continuity will remain operational until Friday, May 1st, and it is our hope that we will return to campus on Monday, May 4th. Of course, until we get closer to that date, we cannot know for sure whether we will be able to return to campus or not.
Our Crisis Response Team has continued to meet on a daily basis to monitor the situation, and we will continue to send communications when necessary to update you as we respond to this ongoing, developing situation.
It is a sacred privilege to support your children and families at this difficult time. Thank you for your partnership and trust.
Darren Kleinberg & Patti Carbery