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In the Early Childhood Center, students are in cohorts by class. Lower School students are in grade-level cohorts. Middle Schoolers are in Grades 5–6 cohorts and Grades 7–8 cohorts. In the Upper School, Grades 9–12 is a single cohort. We will limit mixing students among different grade levels when possible.
Anyone showing COVID-19 symptoms will be required to stay home. Individuals may return to campus after symptoms have improved, typically 24 hours fever-free without the use of fever-reducing medicine and a negative PCR test. If employees or students experience any of the symptoms below, please notify email@example.com of your symptom and schedule a PCR test.
Masks are required for Lower School and Middle School students outdoors. For Upper School students, masks are optional outside when physical distancing is possible. Unvaccinated individuals are highly encouraged to wear a mask outside.
Given the protocols we have put in place, including ventilation and CO2 monitoring, we can mitigate the spread of COVID on campus. We will continue to evaluate the possibility of requiring vaccinations for all people on campus.
Per San Diego County health orders, masks are required indoors for all students regardless of vaccination status. Because Lower Schools are ineligible for vaccination at this time and not all Middle School students are eligible for vaccinations, we have used our discretion to mandate mask-wearing outdoors for Tiny Torreys through Grade 8 students to keep our students safe.
Testing is mandatory for all unvaccinated students and employees. Students will test every two weeks, student-athletes every week and faculty/staff will be tested every week. Testing is available and optional for vaccinated students and employees.
Each division will manage the testing schedule to ensure unvaccinated students (and vaccinated students who opt-in) get tested bi-weekly. Parents/guardians do not need to manage their child’s testing schedule.
We will not live stream or provide hybrid options for parent/guardian events that take place in person. However, the school will provide a summary of the event in written or video format after the event.
Yes, during drop-off and pickup parents/guardians can be on campus outside. Please limit the visit to no later than 8:30 a.m. during drop-off and between 2:45–3:30 p.m. during pickup. Parent/guardian volunteers are also welcome but are required to be vaccinated. The school will provide opportunities for parents to attend events that take place outdoors.
We are following CDC guidelines for domestic and international travel, which include a quarantine period and testing for unvaccinated individuals. Please review and adhere to these guidelines. LJCDS will be monitoring compliance to the best of its ability.
Lunch is provided to students in kindergarten–Grade 12 every day. At this time, food deliveries via DoorDash, GrubHub, UberEats, Postmates or other restaurant delivery systems are not allowed during the school day. Athletes may order food delivery to be dropped off at the table adjacent to the security booth in the Genesee parking lot between 3:30–4:30 p.m.