- We believe that we are communities of charity and solidarity, called to seek and protect the good, safety, health, and well-being of our children, families, and teachers, especially the most vulnerable in our community (i.e. the elderly or immunocompromised).
- We believe that community and human encounter is the best way to form children and allow them to flourish.
- We believe that adults set the tone for students to be adaptable and resilient.
- We believe students succeed when they are loved, heard, protected, and challenged.
- We believe that true freedom and healing comes from knowing, serving, loving, and being loved by Jesus.
Therefore, our schools must ensure they are doing everything possible to mitigate spread through implementing critical health practices, including:
- Promote a culture of mask wearing (D 2020 138 Effective July 16, 2020 mandatory masks for individuals 11 years or older)
- Social distancing
- Symptom checking, temperature screening and if needed, contact tracing