COVID and Flu Update 11/2/23
November 2, 2023
Covid has been spreading like wildfire in Santa Fe the past couple of months, and Flu season is upon us! To continue to provide a safe and healthy learning environment for my students,
Following these guidelines is important, as the students and I work in close proximity of each other. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
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March 13, 2020
As you are aware, the Public Education Department has closed all schools across New Mexico between March 16 and April 6 in a proactive measure to minimize the potential spread of COVID-19 in our state. I have been monitoring the developments not only in our community, but across the globe and have done diligent research based on available science, reports from other countries and school health experts regarding the costs and benefits of school closure. As a result, I have decided to follow suit and close the learning center through April 6 as well. During this period, I will thoroughly clean and disinfect the building using E.P.A. registered antimicrobial products for use against COVID-19. The closure also will allow time to assess and further understand our local situation.
The following guidelines and procedures will be set into place for continuation of services following the closure, and will remain in effect until threat of the virus has passed.
To continue to provide a safe and healthy learning environment for my students,
This has been a difficult decision, but the health and safety of our children and community are my highest prioritities. I will continue to keep a close eye on the progression of the virus and act accordingly. If there is a substantial spread of the virus in our area, I will close for a longer period of time. In this event, I will create individual distance learning plans so students will have the option of continuing tutoring remotely.
I am currently exploring applications and platforms that will support interactive online instruction, and can possibly begin remote instruction as soon as March 23. Please let me know if you are interested.
We all play an important role in slowing the spread of the virus and protecting those in our local community. I look forward to seeing the children once this threat has passed.
Below is an excellent guide about talking to your children about COVID-19.
Other informative websites:
Blessings to you and your families,
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