As we draw closer to returning to in-person learning on January 12th, we need your help. In hopes of preventing another transition to remote learning and to avoid quarantining your student’s cohort(s), it is important that you communicate with our office regarding your student(s) health. Please see below for information on how your families can help us in continuing to provide in-person learning.
Students MUST stay home if any of the following apply:
- Student is experiencing symptoms
- Students will need to stay home until the symptoms resolve.
- Should symptoms present during school hours, you will be contacted to pick your student up from the Wildcat Den. Your student will need to remain home for 24 hours.
- Student is waiting for COVID-19 test results
- Student has tested positive for COVID-19
- Student has come into contact with someone who has COVID-19 within 14 days of starting school
- This includes if the student is living with someone who has COVID-19 or who is waiting on test results.
Please notify our office at 303-468-0160 immediately if your student meets any of these criteria.
As a school we are taking preventive and precautionary measures to ensure the healthiest learning environment for our students. This includes:
- Daily health screening for every student and staff member at the door
- Every individual entering the building must wear a mask
- Hand washing and sanitizing
- Physical distancing in the classroom and hallways
- Utilizing cohorts to minimize interactions
- Daily cleaning of the building
- Sanitization of classrooms multiple times a day
We are taking these measures and following the guidance provided by Tri-County Health to protect the health and safety of our students, staff, and community. However, we will need to continue to work together to ensure that these measures continue to work.
We understand that this has been a difficult year and would like to extend our gratitude for your patience and understanding. Thank you again for choosing Belle Creek to be your partner in education and making First Comes Learning a priority in these difficult times.