Chabad Hebrew School Covid Guidelines


We offer an In-Person Hebrew School option this year with the utmost care for the health of our children, families, staff, and community. The key to our success in remaining open and reducing the possibility of community spread is our strict adherence to the guidelines outlined here. We carefully adhere to Health Department and government directives and suggestions. Guidelines outlined here are subject to change if circumstances change. All guidelines that apply to students are followed by staff as well.

                                           Coming to School Safely Each Week

· Do not bring your child if anyone in your household exhibits any symptoms of COVID-19! These include fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath or trouble breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, or diarrhea. Of course, even if you bring your child’s symptoms down with medication, do not bring him to school.

·Masks are optional. 

                                                 Staying Safe in School

· Students are encouraged to wash hands often and/or use hand sanitizer.

· Outside visitors are not allowed in the building.

                                               What Happens if Someone Gets Sick

· A student is ill or unable to attend class due to COVID-19 exposure (e.g. illness, quarantine, family exposure, etc.) must notify our office.

· A student who displays any of the aforementioned symptoms during school will be isolated until picked up.

· If a student is diagnosed with COVID-19, the student may return to Hebrew School only after a 5 day isolation plus at least 24 hours of no symptoms.