Our COVID-19 Task Force plans with continual monitoring of the guidelines and requirements issued by public health and educational agencies, and takes them into consideration in updating plans, policies, and procedures. We are determined to be well prepared and ready to respond to changing conditions and scenarios. This document reflects our plans based on the current guidelines, and as always, the health and safety of all children and adults on campus remains our top priority.
Questions? Please contact our COVID-19 Liaison, Stephan Haistings.
*Based on Guidelines and Recommendations:
As Eton School, we are a community that takes care of and supports each other. An aspect of supporting and taking care of one another encompasses working together to control the transmission of COVID-19 and to protect those who are most vulnerable to it while upholding our mission of educating the whole child. As a community, we stand together in taking this pledge to protect ourselves, protect others, and protect our community.
Our 2021-2022 Academic Year Plan
Our smaller size and independence allow us to be more nimble and make adjustments responsively and proactively, depending on the needs of the moment. We are also able to make decisions and plan our operations in a student-centered way that puts the needs of children first.
We are currently offering Model 1, in-person learning on our campus for all students, and we commit to making sure we proceed in a way that prioritizes health and safety. This commitment requires utilizing additional spaces and keeping student classes and groups limited in size. The plans for the various grade levels are presented in more detail in this document.
In our plans for in-person learning, we have built in the flexibility to move between the other models as mandated, and a commitment to transparency and partnership within our community.