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The health and safety of students and all members of the school 'ohana is the top priority at the Academy. The school, its administration, faculty and staff are closely monitoring the evolving situation with COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) and adapt to take active steps to ensure the safety of the school community. The information below details the school's policies and procedures in place and updates to ensure optimum protection and safety for students, faculty and staff, as well as the extended 'ohana.
After the latest extension of the Stay-At-Home guidelines by the State and City and County government officials through the end of May, the Academy is extending its DISTANCE-LEARNING PROGRAM through the remainder of the school year. While hoping resolution and a return to on-campus learning would be possible, this continuation will help ensure students and families can move forward and have the best experience for learning, development and growth.
The Academy's DISTANCE LEARNING PLAN (DLP) was finalized by administration and faculty during the Spring Break period and was implemented on March 30, with valuable feedback and enhancements being made daily to improve the process. Details and instructions for students and families were communicated via EDUCATE and are available via the tab below.
Also, operating under the revised guidelines from State and City government officials, no on-campus instruction or school activities will take place until after the end of May and through early June.
The safety and providing an excellent educational experience for it's students remains the focus as the school modifies its practices. Thank you for your understanding as the changing situation is monitored, evolves and is navigated and a community.
UPDATED: April 22, 2020