UPDATES FOR THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR
We want to thank our community, our Kehillah, for your support and understanding as we have responded to the myriad of shifts caused by COVID-19. Teachers and students have done an amazing job educating and learning with our previous pedagogical model flipped on its head. Our motto for the year has been, “do more with less.” This has caused us to really examine who we are as a school and what parts of our curriculum are the most important. No longer able to rely on culture being created in passing in the halls, it has been built with intentionality, focusing on the parts of Kehillah we love, the parts that we missed when we all locked ourselves away in our bedrooms last spring.
We are ecstatic to bring students and staff back on campus, so we can celebrate and build upon everything that we have done well as a school. As expected, the campus we will be entering this March will be different than the one we left a year ago. There are new health guidelines in place and classrooms will be both inside and outside with desks spaced 6 feet apart. Some students and staff will remain at home, but we will welcome them into our building via zoom. But we are confident that the care we have always had for each other will remain, regardless if you are joining us by zoom or walking in our (one-way traffic only) halls.
We appreciate your support, flexibility, and the understanding that you will need to do your part as well. Returning to campus and remaining open for in-person learning will require a commitment and discipline from each one of us. View our full reopening plan and COVID-19 School Guidance Checklist.
We have laid out a plan to provide a number of options for the remainder of the Spring semester. We are hopeful that we will be able to play basketball, but we will need to enter the yellow tier to play games. For more info CLICK HERE