The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused a severe disruption since early 2020. Schools have been ensuring students, teachers, and staff safety; switching to distance, blended and online learning. The implication of a pandemic will have a lasting effect. We implement the following measures to keep all of us as safe as much as possible in school.
All adults and children over the age of 12 are eligible for COVID-19 vaccine and must take all doses to be fully immunized. We urge parents and students to be conscious of safety measures and get vaccinated before returning to school.
Temperature must be checked in school. However, students running high fever of at least 37.5° or those showing signs of illness must stay at home with their families.
Everyone over the age of 2 years should wear a facemask that covers the nose and mouth. It is a simple, and proven tool to protect those who are not vaccinated.
Students should remain at least 1.5 meters apart within the classroom. Keeping social distancing is the key to prevent the spread of COVID-19 virus.
Symptoms at school
School nurses should check the temperature of anyone who feels ill during the school day. There should be a secluded area to isolate sick students.
- Cleaning, disinfecting & hygiene. Schools must follow guidelines on proper disinfecting, and sanitizing classrooms and common areas. Students and staff should be highly encouraged to wash hands with soap and water or use hand sanitizer regularly.
- Ventilation. Schools should improve airflow as much as possible by opening windows and doors.
As an educational institution, we will continue to comply with the Standard Operating Procedures and Control Measures of COVID-19 to keep our students, staff and teachers safe upon resumption of face-to-face class.