Last Updated: 3/20 @ 2:00pm
The health and safety of your children and our NCRC community are always our highest priority. We are monitoring the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its potential impact for the metropolitan region and for the school. We work and collaborate with the DC Department of Health on all health-related cases and receive additional guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
We continue to actively monitor the spread of Coronavirus and will regularly update this page to share the school's responses, communications, and helpful resources. If you have any questions after reading the following information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
How NCRC is Monitoring Coronavirus
NCRC's Current Status: Closed Until Further Notice
Throughout this challenging and unpredictable time, we continue to heed the advice of our local authorities, the CDC, and the WHO. The recommendations for social distancing and the limits placed on the size of gatherings and interactions are of particular importance when it comes to educational institutions. I am also in close daily contact with many other school leaders in the DMV. Taking all of this into account, we wanted to today share that NCRC will not be reopening on the originally calendared date of March 31st.
At this time, NCRC’s closure will need to extend indefinitely, until such time that it is deemed safe for schools to return to a normal schedule. We also plan to coordinate closely with other local schools, in terms of re-starting normal school operations at the same approximate time. It obviously remains our intention to reopen NCRC as soon as is possible, and I will be the first to let you know when we have a definitive date set.
NCRC Community Communications
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