Health & Safety Guidelines
In this extraordinary time of uncertainty as we face the global pandemic of COVID-19, it is more important than ever that we care for ourselves and each other with intention, self-awareness, and empathy. Navigating this uncharted territory can be challenging at times, yet the MP&MS community continues to model resilience, embrace growth, and creatively respond as new circumstances arise.
We have implemented protocols and procedures that mitigate transmission of COVID-19, while allowing us to maintain the sense of connection that empowers learning at MP&MS. We ask you to join us in considering how we can all work together to protect the health and well-being of every member of the MP&MS community. The commitment your family makes to following our guidelines at school, at home, and in your own communities will directly impact our ability to prevent transmission of COVID-19 at MP&MS, to stay healthy, and to keep our campus open for in-person learning.
Protocols that have been implemented for the 2021-2022 school year include (but are not limited to):
- Required face coverings for all students 2 years old-eighth grade, as well as teachers and staff.
- Frequent and regular hand washing
- The use of touchless faucets
Safely reopening our school during a pandemic requires that we maintain open lines of communication between our families, our school, and the Marin County Department of Public Health. If your child or family experiences any concerning symptoms, pending COVID-19 tests, or potential close contacts, please clearly communicate this information to our two Public Health Liaisons, Rose Wolf and Charlotte Butti, to help us respond quickly and efficiently with the most up-to-date protocols available from Public Health. This will allow us to assess exposure risk to the school community through contact tracing.