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I am happy to announce that the Clyde Hill Campus will open to in-person learning beginning Tuesday, October 6. We are grateful that the spread of COVID-19 continues to decline, giving us more confidence that we can safely welcome back our 7-12 grade students to campus. You can learn more about precautions via this video message or continue reading below. Interim Principal Adam Hart will send another email today detailing how we will implement a phased return to campus.
To stay on campus and keep our students and staff healthy, everyone must follow these protocols:
1) Everyone must wear a cloth mask while in any indoor spaces. This is particularly important during passing periods.
2) Students must maintain social distancing whenever possible. This includes our parking lots, lobbies, and other places where students traditionally gather.
3) Parents must complete the daily health screening through the Magnus Health App for their students before they come onto campus. If you have questions about the app, please contact Operations & Tech Director Kevin Thomas.
4) Strictly adhere to the COVID-19 Screening Flow Chart (under other resources-lower right). Our COVID-19 webpage is full of helpful resources.
We will continue to monitor the coronavirus activity in our community. Should county case counts surge or too many cases of COVID-19 develop on the Clyde Hill Campus, we will return to remote learning. We must provide a safe environment not only for our students but for the many faculty and staff who work at Clyde Hill, several of whom are high-risk individuals.
We are so thankful that after a six-month wait, we are ready to bring students back to campus. And while we may not be able to see smiling faces underneath those masks, I know joy will soon fill our hallways and classrooms. We can’t wait to welcome them back.