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COVID-19 Updates

Despite the uncertainties of this novel pandemic, we’re committed to providing the best possible teaching and learning experience for our students and communicating with our Stevenson community.

On this web page, you will find our most current policies and procedures regarding hybrid learning in second semester. Our COVID-19 Dashboard below is updated regularly with the most timely and critical updates, including the following week’s hybrid schedule and COVID-19 data in our local Stevenson community. You can find other important information, including our current learning plan and health and safety policies in the tabs below.


LATEST UPDATES

Patriot Hybrid Schedule

Below is the Patriot Hybrid Schedule for the next few weeks. To view our Patriot Hybrid Schedule over the entire course of second semester, click here.

Please note that Tuesday, Feb. 16 has been changed to a Remote Learning Day with classes beginning at 8:30 a.m. due to the winter storm warning and in anticipation of poor road conditions in the morning. A decision on after-school co-curricular activities will be made by noon.

March 8-12, Hybrid Schedule
March 15-19, Hybrid Schedule
Spring Break - March 22-26
Hybrid learning schedule March 29 - April 2

COVID-19 Core Indicators

In mid-February, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) rolled out a blueprint for safely reopening schools. The agency crafted this plan based on research and data firmly showing that the risk of COVID-19 transmission in a school setting is extremely low when mitigation strategies are implemented and strictly enforced. The CDC’s plan calls for schools to do three things: 

  1. Consistent implementation of mitigation strategies to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission

  2. Close monitoring of local COVID-19 transmission in our community

  3. Phased mitigation and learning models based on local COVID-19 transmission rates

Stevenson's Health & Safety Plan is in alignment with the CDC's strategy. In addition to implementing nine mitigation strategies to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission, we are monitoring the transmission rates in our buildings and in the community. For a closer look at our hyperlocal and community data, which includes presumed positive and negative population testing results, please see the COVID-19 Data tab below. Any decisions about our learning model will be made as we continuously monitor transmission rates and in collaboration with our partners at the Lake County Health Department.