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As principal, I remain committed to respecting parents’ authority in medical matters having to do with their own children. I have no intention of mandating mask-wearing or random testing and certainly will not implement any policy that distinguishes between vaccinated and non-vaccinated children.
Without question, the most important measure we can take as a school community to prevent the spread of illness, including the variants of Covid-19, is to be diligent in keeping our children home if they are sick.
If students have any of the following, they are required to stay at home:
Following guidance from the Diocese of Manchester, the State, and our Safety Committee, the following guidelines are now in place for 2022-2023 School Year:
St. Francis School continues to maintain the right to revise and adapt this School Safety Plan as prudence directs and as new information becomes available.
After their eternal well-being, the physical safety of your children remains our top priority.
To Christ through Mary,
Students with COVID-19 who are asymptomatic may discontinue isolation and other precautions 5 days after the date of their first positive test.
Students with COVID-19 who are symptomatic may discontinue isolation under the following conditions:
Upon learning that their child has tested positive, parents should email their child’s teacher and Principal Schwerdt. It is the parent’s responsibility to be in touch with their child’s teacher to pick up work at the Front Office.
Per the guidelines above, students and employees who were exposed in the home or outside the home to COVID-19 are not required to quarantine. If a student or an employee has been exposed to COVID-19, for the common good, he or she must closely monitor for symptoms.