During our remote learning program that we are putting in place at Jemicy School, we want to ensure you that we are also here to help our students with and technological issues that may arise.
The IT Team will be monitoring our Helpdesk Phone Voicemail Box and our Helpdesk email. Our IT Team will be working remotely the same way our teaching and admin staff are so our responses may not be immediate, but be assured we are actively monitoring our email and voicemail for questions or concerns.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any concerns or questions and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Please follow CDC guidelines if traveling domestically or internationally during spring break.
Travel to current Level 3 CDC Coronavirus risk countries*(China, Italy, South Korea, and Iran): Students and family/household members, as well as faculty, staff, and volunteers, are asked to notify Jemicy and not return to school or participate in any school-related activities (on or off campus) for 14 days from the date of return to the United States. Each individual’s health should be closely monitored upon return from a CDC Level 3 country,
Travel to countries designated CDC Level 3* during your stay or after March 29: Jemicy will require those students and families to self-quarantine for the equivalent of 14 days after returning from that country. Please contact your personal physician for specific instructions regarding self-quarantine. Should your student require quarantine post-travel, we will facilitate our online learning plan for your child.
*NOTE: CDC warnings are subject to change at any time.
Postponed Upper Schoolspring break trip to Cambodia and Vietnam (until 2021)
Cancelled Middle SchoolDance Team trip to Universal, Orlando
Developed a online learning action plan
Created a dedicated Jemicy Coronavirus webpage
Increased emphasis on educating and practicing illness prevention, which includes teaching and expecting students to cover coughs and sneezes, increase frequent hand-washing, and avoid touching their mouth, nose, or eyes--all ways to stop or decrease the spread of many illnesses
Enhanced the frequency/intensity of our classroom cleaning regimen, adopted more stringent anti-viral cleaning products, and posted informational materials around the school buildings reminding students and adults of the importance of following illness-prevention strategies.
Emphasized that students and adults should stay home if they are feeling sick.