2022 COVID Information Portal
If you've tested positive on a home antigen test, you must do an official test as soon as possible.
The countdown for the isolation period begins after you take the official test.
Masks are no longer required
Anyone who feels more comfortable wearing a mask should do so, and we ask our broader community to work together to ensure that we maintain a supportive environment on campus.
If you've tested positive for COVID-19, follow this procedure:
You will need to get a note from a doctor or a Kupat Holim before exiting isolation.
Early Years and Elementary School: Send to your child's homeroom teacher.
Middle and High School: Send to the administrative assistant.
With elimination of most COVID-19 regulations, we are delighted to announce that many events are taking place on and off campus and parents are invited on campus for the following:
- Educational meetings with a teacher/principal
- PTA meetings/parent coffees (as facility space permits)
- Sporting events
- Evening cultural events
Reminder for all grades: If you have a fever or a severe cough, you cannot attend school until you have been without symptoms for 24 hours.
- Where can I find current accurate COVID-19 information in English?
- I cannot read Hebrew. Where can I find official antigen testing sites?
- My child tested positive - how should I inform the school?
- Are vaccinated parents required to stay in isolation with their children?
- What do I do if someone in my household is diagnosed with Covid?