COVID-19 INFORMATION & UPDATES
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 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 10 - Updates for Distance Learning Week 9
MAY 7 - Belonging Pick-Up Update
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 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 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
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.
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.