In person learning, classroom activities, and schedules will return to pre-pandemic standard practices.
Remote learning will no longer be available.
In situations where students must remain home for extended periods due to illness, class assignments will be evaluated on an individual basis.
Masks will be required for students, faculty, staff, visitors and spectators while indoors only.
There will be limited distancing mitigation.
Handwashing and hygiene practices will remain in place.
Regular cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing of our campus will be maintained.
Gatherings and Visitors/Spectators
Arrivals/departures, lunches, assemblies, field trips, retreats, athletics, arts, events, and extended programs will return to on campus pre-pandemic standard practices.
Parents, visitors, and spectators are welcome on campus and will be required to wear masks while indoors.
Daily self-screening is required for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
Regardless of vaccination status or natural acquired immunity, anyone experiencing COVID-19 like symptoms is to remain home and notify the health clinic at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anyone experiencing COVID-19 like symptoms will need to provide a negative COVID-19 test or a doctor’s alternative diagnosis to be cleared to return to school.
Regardless of vaccination status or natural acquired immunity, anyone experiencing COVID-19 like symptoms while at school will be sent home.
If sent home with COVID-19 like symptoms, the individual will need to provide a negative COVID-19 test or a doctor’s alternative diagnosis to be cleared to return to school.
Any individual who tests positive for COVID-19 will need to remain home for 10 full days from symptom onset or 10 full days from a positive test if asymptomatic.
With the updated close contact guidance from the CDC and because we will be masked, we anticipate little to no quarantines resulting from in school exposure.
We will require quarantines for unvaccinated individuals when there is a household positive. The quarantine options will be as follows:
Obtain a negative PCR COVID-19 test 5 days after the last exposure and return on the 8th day from the last exposure if asymptomatic
Quarantine for 10 full days from the last exposure and return on the 11th day from the last exposure if asymptomatic.
Notifications will be sent to the community when there is a confirmed COVID-19 positive in the school. Since class related quarantines will be minimal at this time, we will notify the grade level of reported positives in the grade in addition to a community notification being sent.
We will continue to report any lab confirmed positives to the Catholic Schools office and the Houston Health Department.