Due to staffing and what is required upon entrance to the campus, students will return to campus on the following dates:

  • TK, Kinder, 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th grades will return to campus on Monday, January 24, 2022.
  • 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th grades will return to campus on Tuesday, January 25, 2022.

The following describes in detail what we expect upon the students' return to campus:

  1. Students must bring a Negative Covid test result, which will be handed to the teacher before getting out of the car. 
  2. Aside from the nasal swab test we are also accepting FDA-approved-rapid testing home tests. You must take a picture of the test, which should show the FDA-approved rapid testing mark, the student's name, the date, the time, which test number it is, and the results.

The following is a link to the Palmdale Hammack Center which offers free Covid testing:

The following is a link for the free at-home Covid test program.

Other important reminders:
  • We strongly recommend that the student wear an N95 mask or a KN95 mask. Cloth masks are not permitted.
  • For those of you who have experienced COVID, we ask that you call the office because we are aware that some of you may not get a negative test result for up to 90 days
  • Before sending your child back to school we ask that you please have a conversation about social distancing and wearing the mask indoors and outdoors. It is for their safety and the safety of all our school staff
  • Lunch will not be served on Monday, January 24, and Tuesday, January 25. Only snacks will be available for those 2 days. Lunch will start back up on Wednesday, January 26 and the lunch provided for that day will be the one that was scheduled for January 12. 
  • Morning and afternoon daycare will not be provided until further notice.
  • We are not mandating Covid vaccinations, but we need to know the status of the students' vaccination. Due to the new protocols in place for vaccinated and non-vaccinated students, it would be ideal for us to know if your child is vaccinated as it affects the number of days students must be quarantined at home. We ask that a copy of the vaccination card please be sent to the school office (drop-off or via email).

We want to thank all our parents, students, and staff for their cooperation. The safety of our community is our priority. We are stronger together and have the power to take care of each other.