COVID-19 has injected uncertainty into every crevice of our lives. At NCRC, we know that when it comes to our children, there is very little room for that kind of uncertainty.
James Carroll as Head of School, the NCRC faculty and staff, the Board of Trustees and Preparedness Task Force are doing everything within our power to support students, families, caregivers, faculty and staff amidst this uncertainty.
We maintain our commitment to maximize every possible opportunity for safe in-person learning, while providing a rich distance learning program that delivers on the promise of an NCRC education for all those who do not yet feel comfortable to return to the physical schoolhouse. We also commit to communicating clearly and transparently about everything related to COVID-19, both those things that we as a school can control, and those things over which we as a community are, frankly, powerless.
In all of our planning for this year, we have prioritized three core objectives:
- Strict adherence to protocols and procedures to keep our students, families, faculty and staff healthy and safe;
- Ensuring we deliver on the promise of a play-based education experience in line with the values of NCRC for all of our children; and
- Supporting all of our families to the greatest extent possible throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
We aim to answer the frequently asked questions below as clearly and transparently as is possible in the rapidly evolving environment that this global pandemic has created for all of us.