While this Thanksgiving was likely different from any one in the past, it is still a time to be grateful for all that we have and all the good that has happened for us and our families in the past year.
We at the League School are grateful for all of the families that we serve each day. It is our students who truly make the school what it is and each one of them is an important member of our community.
For many months now our highest priority has been maintaining the health and safety of our students, their families, and our staff. From closing our building in March to the many safety precautions and equipment we have put in place to bring the students back into the building, safety remains the top priority. While sometimes these measures can feel burdensome, protecting everyone’s health is critical to the continued functioning of our school.
In order to minimize transmission of the coronavirus during the upcoming holidays, where visiting with others is frequently a part of the celebration, League School has made the decision to make the week after the holiday vacation break (January 4th-8th) a remote learning week for all of our students.
This will provide more than 14 days for the students to be away from the school and will act as a quarantine for everyone. During this time, teachers will be offering a full day of Zoomed classes for students including art, music, and gym classes.
While this may be inconvenient for some families, we believe it is a prudent decision that will allow us to remain open for in person learning and prevent the spread of the virus in the school building.
If you have any questions or would like additional information regarding our decision or pandemic policies, please contact League School’s Chief Operating Officer, Cheryl White or League School’s Director of Education, Patrick Fuller.