In-Person Instruction - 5 Days/Week abiding by the guidelines set forth by state and local agencies.
The safety, health, and wellbeing of students, faculty, and staff, and the parent community are our highest priorities in planning for the start of next year. In collaboration with the Santa Cruz County Office of Education and Public Health Services, the CDC, and the Diocese, the administration team is diligently reviewing the numerous guidelines submitted by the various agencies which are constantly changing. Good Shepherd will be prepared to begin classes Monday, August 10, 2020. However, we will remain flexible in the event another Shelter-in-Place is mandated by the state and local health officials. Please keep in mind that we are making the best decisions based on the information provided by the government and the Diocese. We are extremely thankful for your continued partnership and support as we navigate these unprecedented times.
We organized a planning committee analyzing the different learning and scheduling structures to accommodate our students and their families. The operations plan is being developed in consultation with school and program leaders, Diocesan leadership, and the Santa Cruz County Public Health Officer. It will take into account the feedback from students and families collected through survey data.
The key principles that drive this plan are: