ENSURING A SAFE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR ALL.
It is important to note that our reopening plan will change, as new information emerges relative to COVID-19, and changes in state and federal guidelines and mandates evolve, including the possibility that circumstances may lead us to revert to our Distance Learning Plan.
We are following and using all state-level guidelines and CDC guidance to inform our practices in order to responsibly and safely reopen our campus for Kindergarten-Grade 8.
Our plan strives to mitigate and manage the risk to our faculty, staff, and students while still allowing us to provide the deep and meaningful learning experience that is the hallmark of a Mead School education, regardless of the necessary adjustments that were made in response to COVID-19.
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“In such an uncertain world, Mead, more than ever, offers a creative, intimate place where children can learn every day and families can continue to feel supported and strengthened by the school. We look forward to your collaboration with us in these extraordinary times.”
Peter Herzberg, Interim Head of School
Questions or Concerns?
WE ARE HERE TO HELP
Everyone's situation is different and we understand that you may have very specific questions about how this plan affects your child. Please feel free to contact us - we're here to help.
Peter Herzberg, Interim Head of School: email@example.com
Joanne Costello, Assistant Head of School for Admissions & Community Relations: firstname.lastname@example.org
Robyn Santagata, Assistant Head of School for Early Learning: email@example.com