Princeton Academy's COVID-19 Response and Plan
After months of careful consideration and following the guidelines set forth by the State of New Jersey and Governor Phil Murphy, we are pleased to share with you that Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart opened for in-person teaching and learning on campus in Fall 2020.
As information is updated almost daily regarding the spread of COVID-19, the school continues to monitor and assess recommendations by the New Jersey Department of Health, New Jersey Department of Education, NJSIAA, CDC, WHO and American Academy of Pediatrics. Our commitment to the health and safety of our students, educators and staff is paramount. Decisions regarding in-person learning and on-campus events continue to be flexible as we remain nimble to potential future mandates or restrictions.
Currently, Princeton Academy maintains a Hybrid Learning model and offers enrolled families three learning modality options:
1. In-person learning (5 full days a week)
2. Remote learning (5 full days a week)
3. Blended learning (in-person and remote)
- Protect the physical and mental health and safety of students, faculty, and staff
- Provide the Princeton Academy academic experience in an environment in which each student thrives — whether on campus or at home
- Be compliant and closely adhere to guidelines from the State of New Jersey, Princeton Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
- Maintain our strong sense of community
- Ensure access and equity for all students
- Deepen school–family partnerships
- Establish innovative and effective use of campus spaces and places
- How is Princeton Academy Monitoring COVID-19?
- What protocols are in place to help protect students, faculty and staff?
- Will Princeton Academy continue its time-honored Morning Handshake tradition?
- How is Princeton Academy planning and preparing for distance learning?
- How is the school handling visitors to campus?
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