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Health and Safety

Psalm 16:8-9

I have set the Lord always before me; because he is at my right hand, I shall not be shaken. Therefore my heart is glad, and my whole being rejoices; my flesh also dwells secure.
The unique challenges presented by COVID-19 require a commitment to adaptation and flexibility only made possible through our attention to detail and diligent communication. We covet your prayers as we navigate the 2021-22 school year together. While things may look different, the Caldwell spirit runs far deeper than our present adversity. May we recall the words of the psalmist above and put our trust in the Lord.

Health and Safety Protocols
(updated 2/18/2022)
MASKS
Masks are optional for staff and students.
DISTANCE
Faculty, staff, and students maintain recommended CDC distance whenever possible in all indoor and outdoor settings.

GUIDANCE
Our community consults federal (CDC), state (NCDHHS), and local (Guilford County Department of Public Health) guidance.

SYMPTOMS
Children must be kept home if they are or a sibling is experiencing COVID-like symptoms and awaiting testing results, or if a parent receives a positive COVID diagnosis. Families must notify the school if a parent develops a COVID-like symptom.
HYGIENE
Hand-washing is encouraged throughout the day, and teachers offer instruction about hand hygiene. Hand sanitizer is readily available.



COMMITMENT
Families commit to following the health and safety protocols outlined in the Caldwell Academy Community Health Compact to limit the spread of COVID-19 and protect the health and wellness of the entire Caldwell community.