Shore is taking proactive measures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. Check this page regularly for FAQs
, news, and updates about Shore's response.
ON-CAMPUS OPENING OF SCHOOL SEPTEMBER 1, 2021
Shore will open in-person school on September 1, 2021, with staged arrival of students by grade through September 3. School will be in session five days per week beginning the week of September 13.
GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR RETURNING TO SCHOOL
The following guiding principles, in order of importance, are the lenses through which Shore will make all of the decisions related to opening school for the coming year:
The safety of the children, families, and employees of Shore is the number-one priority in each decision.
In-person learning is a Shore education at its best.
Finding normalcy will happen in stages (that are not always linear) as guided by the medical community and based on our best knowledge of the science behind transmission risk.
Shore will do what is in the best interest of the community. We understand that families will ultimately be responsible for determining if Shore is the safest fit.
COVID-19 TASK FORCE
The Shore Board of Trustees created a COVID-19 Task Force to partner with the school's administrative team in designing a plan for re-opening, monitoring safety protocols, and serving as a resource for addressing the non-educational aspects of the back-to-school plan. The members of the COVID-19 Task Force include: Gustavo Carrera, Patrick Curley, Dr. Khoa Do, Dr. Caitlin Fawcett, Ann-Marie Flynn, Sara Knox, Blake Liggio (Chair), Kathleen Saunders, R.N., and Clair Ward.