Health Protocols – Update January 14, 2022
Since early 2020 Spring Hill, families have come together to implement the most up-to-date covid measures for their children and we have been able to host students on campus since September 2020. Through a combination of prevention measures and learning choices, we continue to shift and respond to the ever-evolving covid landscape as needed.
While many students have now been vaccinated, we continue to prioritize limiting the spread of the virus. We meet and exceed all the minimum requirements and draw from multiple sources to guide us in a way that supports a robust learning experience while also balancing what science is telling us about the virus and related best practices.
100% of our Faculty and Staff are fully vaccinated and boosted and will continue to participate in boosting options as we become eligible in the future. With our small class sizes, we are able to maintain ample distancing, easily monitor the use of masks, and support families in navigating the complexity of daily life decisions as well as quarantine and isolation calendars.
Here are a few highlights of our approach:
- Masks are worn indoors, and for now, in response to the Delta virus, also outdoors
- Lots of handwashing
- All eating is done outside, rain or shine
- Daily health screenings
- Weekly PCR testing
- Nightly cleaning and disinfecting
- Ample outdoor space for outdoor play
- Hands-free sinks and designated restrooms by cohort