COVID-19 Information and Updates

 

School Updates

JANUARY 3 - Important Return Information

JANUARY 1 - Important Return Information

DECEMBER 22 - Christmas Break and January Learning Plans

DECEMBER 11 - COVID Health Notice

DECEMBER 2 - Important Information for Next Week

NOVEMBER 30 - December Learning Plans

NOVEMBER 18 - Virtual Learning Details

NOVEMBER 13 - School Wide Mandatory Distance Learning

NOVEMBER 12 - Principal Update

NOVEMBER 11 - COVID-19 Health Update

NOVEMBER 9 - COVID-19 Health Update

NOVEMBER 2 - Option to Learn From Home This Week

OCTOBER 30 - Important COVID Health Information

OCTOBER 30 - School Picture Day Information

OCTOBER 27 - Celebrating Blue Ribbon

OCTOBER 20 - Fall Conferences and November Learning Plan Changes

OCTOBER 15 - Important COVID-19 Health Update

OCTOBER 13 - Tiger Pride Weekend Contests

OCTOBER 8 - COVID-19 Health Update

OCTOBER 6 - Tiger Pride Weekend and Homecoming 2020

OCTOBER 2 - COVID-19 Health Update

SEPTEMBER 23 - Student Learning Plan Changes

SEPTEMBER 14 - Back to School Night Zoom Links

SEPTEMBER 11 - Virtual Back to School Night for Grades 4-8

SEPTEMBER 11 - Virtual Back to School Night for Preschool to Grade 3

SEPTEMBER 11 - COVID-19 Health Updates

SEPTEMBER 8 - First Day Updates

SEPTEMBER 5 - Uniform Shoe Update

SEPTEMBER 3 - Important Forms and Lunch Information

SEPTEMBER 2 - Arrival/Dismissal and Health Assessments

AUGUST 31 - FAQ Responses and More

AUGUST 28 - Teacher Meet and Greet

AUGUST 27 - First Weeks of School and Additional Updates

AUGUST 25 - Town Hall Zoom & Reopening Updates

AUGUST 20 - Fall Sports 2020

AUGUST 19 - Reopening Questions and Town Hall Meeting

AUGUST 16 - Stationery Updates and Survey Reminder

AUGUST 10 - Return-to-School Survey

AUGUST 6 - Health and Safety Plan Approved

JULY 29 - Preliminary Reopening Plan and Town Hall

JULY 27 - Reopening Town Hall Meeting

JULY 20 - Task Force Updates

JULY 8 - Celebrating the 2019-2020 School Year

JULY 2 - Reopening Task Force Details

JUNE 15 - End of Year Pick-Up and Drop-Off

JUNE 10 - A Message from the Board of Trustees

JUNE 3 - Distance Learning Week 12

JUNE 1 - A Message from the Principal

MAY 28 - Field Day Details

MAY 24 - Updates for Distance Learning Week 11

MAY 17 - Updates for Distance Learning Week 10

MAY 10 - Updates for Distance Learning Week 9

MAY 7 - Belonging Pick-Up Update

MAY 3 - Updates for Distance Learning Week 8

APRIL 27 - Distance Learning Week 7

APRIL 19 - Updates on Distance Learning

APRIL 9 - Cafeteria Update and Virtual Tigerfest

APRIL 5 - Distance Learning Updates for Week 4

MARCH 29 - Distance Learning Updates for Week 3

MARCH 26 - Calendar, Distance Learning, and Tuition Updates

MARCH 22 - Distance Learning Updates

MARCH 16 - Distance Learning Update

MARCH 13 - Distance Learning Information

MARCH 12 - Update Regarding Mandatory Closure

MARCH 11 - Letter from the Principal

MARCH 10 - Mother/Son Event Cancellation

MARCH 9 - Lower Merion Busing Information

MARCH 9 - Reading Olympics Competition Cancellation

MARCH 2 - Letter from the Principal

CDC General Information

What is Coronavirus?


Coronaviruses are a large, very common, family of viruses. Most often, human coronaviruses commonly cause mild to moderate illness in people worldwide.




How is it Transmitted?


Human coronaviruses most commonly spread from an infected person to others through:

  • the air by coughing and sneezing
  • close personal contact, such as touching or shaking hands
  • touching an object or surface with the virus on it, then touching your mouth, nose, or eyes before washing your hands




Signs & Symptoms


Known human coronaviruses normally cause mild respiratory infections, such as the common cold. Symptoms associated with the novel infection (COVID-19) include fever and cough with possible difficulty breathing.




Treatment


No vaccine or specific treatment is currently available. Outside of seeking medical care, individuals who feel sick with fever, cough and difficulty breathing should stay home and away from others. Before seeking medical care, call the medical provider about symptoms and travel history.




Prevention


The same prevention techniques work for all coronaviruses. You should:

  • Use good hand hygiene: Wash hands with soap and warm water for 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
  • Limit the spread of germs and illness: Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing. If you don’t have a tissue, cough or sneeze into your sleeve or elbow. Avoid sharing food, drinks, utensils, cups, etc.
  • Stay home if you are feeling unwell. If you are not feeling better after 24 hours, seek medical guidance.





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