Back to School 2021–2022
View Our 2021–2022
COVID-19 Information Overview:
View Our 2021-2022
COVID-19 Policy Guide:
Who to Contact:
Logistical questions & updates (including last minute pick-up & drop-off issues) – email@example.com
General student health matters (non confidential) – firstname.lastname@example.org
Confidential health matters (including COVID related) – email@example.com
All tech help requests – firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequently Asked Questions:
Will face coverings be required?
Regardless of vaccination status, properly fitted face masks are required for all students age 2+, teachers, staff, and visitors in classrooms, hallways, and shared school spaces, as well as during drop-off and pick-up periods. During drop-off periods, students age 2+ must be wearing face masks prior to exiting their vehicles or, if walking to campus, prior to approaching the school premises.
What is Wellan doing to maintain the cleanliness of classrooms and bathrooms?
All classrooms, bathrooms, and shared spaces will continue to be cleaned regularly throughout the school day. Additionally, all classrooms and hallways have been fitted with multi-filter air purification units that are designed to remove 99.7% of harmful particles.
What happens in terms of mandatory time out of school if a) my child gets sick, b) someone in my child's classroom gets sick, c) anyone in the school gets sick, or d) there are cases of COVID-19 in our Wellan community? What will we need to do to come back to school?
Please view our attendance guidelines regarding COVID-19 here.
Is Wellan providing testing for faculty and staff? How about for students?
Can you provide details around lunch breaks? Are the students sitting by themselves? Will there be partitions?
During lunch, students will be either at a one-person seat or at a two-person table with a plexiglass partition. Surfaces will be cleaned and hands will be washed before retrieving lunch items and after lunch has ended.
Will there still be class parents?
Yes; it will be as important as ever for Class Parent Volunteers to help build strong classroom communities. Teachers will get in touch with parents about this volunteer opportunity, and the ways in which it will look different, later in September.