As we move ahead with our plans for the safety of our children, we also deem it necessary to respond to any question that parents may ask. On this note, find below answers to some of the questions we have received. This notwithstanding, if you still have a concern we have not addressed, please let us know by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. It will be shared with the task force, and we will try to address it as soon as possible. We have divided the FAQs up into six sections.1. School Resumption Scenario chosen
As we resume school on the 21st of September, 2020, we are offering on-site classes only. However, the Distance-learning is not abandoned. It will be used in case of force majeure or if the situation requires it.2. Mask
IESA has mandated the use of face coverings for children from Form 1 (G7) and above, and also for adults at anytime while in the school premises. It is recommended for the other classes (Nursery and Primary) to wear a mask, but it is not compulsory.
Everyone has the responsibility to make sure they have a covering on their face that appropriately covers the mouth and nose.
It is acceptable for anyone (adult to adult/adult to student/student to adult) to remind another person to put a covering on or to fix their covering if it is below their nose, etc.3. Transportation Service
- The transport service will be operational from the 21st September, 2020.
- All the school buses will be disinfected before View our Gallery
- Practices and procedures on the school bus are designed to minimize possible exposure.
Lunch will be provided each school day starting from the 21st September, 2020.5. Afterschool activities
Extra-Curricular Activities will begin once we guarantee every sanitary aspect is being met to prevent COVID spread. Expected date of resumption: 4th October, 2020.6. Exposure
Knowing that all of these symptoms could also be from other illnesses (like flu), families can provide documentation from a doctor outside of their nuclear family showing that their symptoms are caused by another type of virus (flu, strep, etc.). With the documentation, once they are symptom-free for 24 hours, they may return to school.