Cathedral's COVID-19 Reopening Policies
School Reopening Update - August 5, 2020
Greatness is calling us back to the Hill. Our three task forces have spent the past three months, creating a 50-page safety plan to ensure Cathedral High School is the safest school in Indiana. Medical professionals, including some who are Cathedral parents, have applauded our thorough and comprehensive plan. Thank you for your support! We firmly believe in-person learning serves students best.
Due to construction and coronavirus safety protocols, we have implemented new traffic patterns.
We will use the first two days of school to transition our student body back to campus. By building to capacity, we can ensure parents, as well as student drivers, clearly understand the new traffic flow. This four minute video showcases our drop off procedures. The video includes a map, plus a narrated drive to our drop off locations. The staggered arrival may cause inconvenience as families arrive on the Hill. Please know the safety of our students, families, and educators has never been more critical than it is right now. Thank you for being our partners in the process.
Cathedral vs COVID-19
It is essential for the Cathedral community to work together to prevent the introduction and spread of COVID-19 in the school environment and in the community while still providing a quality education program.
State statute gives schools the authority to exclude students who have a contagious disease such as COVID-19. In addition, the local health department has the authority to exclude students from school and may order students and others to isolate or quarantine. Cathedral will work closely with the Marion Health Department and the Indiana Department of Education to establish policies and procedures for the 2020/21 school year.
|COVID Safety Procedures||In The classroom||Preventative measures|
|Symptoms of COIVD||Limits on classroom size||Social distancing|
|What do to do if you have symptoms||Masks are required||Each classroom will have a cleaning kit|
|What to do if you test positive||Social distancing on campus||Cafeteria procedures|
|Learn More||Learn More||Learn More|
Information last updated on August 5, 2020