COVID-19 Response

Seabury's Safe Start Plan

Seabury School is committed to being back in-person at our school campuses as soon as possible and are working diligently to create our Safe Start Plan!

Seabury continues to monitor the ever-changing COVID-19 impact on schools in our region.  It is our commitment to our community to offer in-person schooling as permitted and as safely as possible.  We are uniquely situated both in the size of our classes, large classrooms, and isolated building entrances and restrooms that we hope to be able to accommodate both an in-person option as well as distance learning mode for the 2020/2021 school year.  For families not yet ready to venture back into the classroom, our Distance Learning program will be fully operational all year.  For families ready to have their students back in the classroom, we hope to accommodate that as well.

In consultation with outside professionals, specialty COVID-19 School Training courses, and advise from local entities, we have created special safety protocols to better protect the health and safety of students, families, and staff at Seabury.

Morning health check in procedures

Limit on campus visitors

Classroom configurations

Building cleaning process

Sick children and possible exposures

New Safety Protocols

Getting Ready

We are making changes around our campus as well as asking our families to prepare differently for the coming school year.

Family orientations

Additions to the school supply list

Gear for weather

Technology at school

Technology at home

FAQs

Have a question that we haven't answered?  Please let us know at office@seabury.org.  

Can my student bring a backpack to school?

NEW SAFETY PROTOCOLS

Morning health check in procedures

Limit on campus visitors

Classroom configurations

Building cleaning process

Sick children and possible exposures

GETTING READY

Family orientations

Additions to the school supply list

Gear for weather

Technology at school

Technology at home

FAQs

For more information from the Washington State Coronavirus Response, visit: https://coronavirus.wa.gov/

Our Writer

Brad Broberg is editor-in-chief of Seabury's official Distance Learning Blog.  When school is in session, he is a teaching assistant and aftercare coordinator. Brad was a newspaper reporter and editor  for more than 20 years. He continues to write as a free-lancer for the Puget Sound Business Journal, Microsoft Alumni Network, Seattle Children's Hospital and others.

 

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