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 The Spring Compliance Attestation Form must be completed and submitted by January 21st to Students without a completed form will not be allowed on campus after January 21st until the form is submitted. 

 The Health Screen Questionnaire (HSQ) must be completed by Guests prior to arriving on campus. Failure to complete the questionnaire prior to arrival on campus can result in the delay of campus access. Mahalo!

COVID19 - Update #28 - 2021-2022 (May 13, 2022)


May 13, 2022

Dear Sacred Hearts Community,

Over the last three weeks we learned that a number of students tested positive for COVID: one JK student, one SK student, two 1st grade students, one 3rd grade student, two 4th grade students, one 6th grade student, five 7th grade students, two 8th grade students, three 9th grade students, five 10th grade students, five 11th grade students, and fifteen 12th grade students. Due to Federal and State law we are unable to provide any specific information about the students.

While schools are no longer required to identify and notify people who have been in close contact with a person with COVID-19 in school if universal masking is implemented indoors. The Academy has been providing group notifications if there was 15 minutes or more of exposure to a person with COVID-19 in a K-12 setting such as a class, sports team or lunchroom.

Selected students, faculty and staff who were impacted by each possible exposure were notified and have been asked to monitor for symptoms for the appropriate time frames in relation to their possible exposure. There is no current impact of this notice regarding COVID cases for other students, faculty or staff.

We encourage everyone on campus to continue to be diligent in following best practices for prevention of COVID transmission: social distancing, washing your hands, and monitoring symptoms.

As always, thank you for your support and understanding as we work together to promote the health and well-being of all in the Sacred Hearts community.

Scott Schroeder, PHD

Carol Chong
Principal, Upper School

Remee Tam
Principal, Lower School

Effective March 21, 2022: If a COVID Exposure Occurs on Campus - Quarantine is not required for in-school exposures, and students may remain in school. If possible, a student who has been notified of potential exposure should get tested at least 5 days after the potential exposure, even if the student is experiencing no symptoms. If symptoms develop, immediately self-isolate and get tested. If an active cluster of students who test positive for COVID occurs, a temporary return to quarantining exposed students may be necessary to prevent ongoing transmission. (Back to School Plan Page 9)

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