For Adventures/Discoveries/Teens and Staff as of Mar. 28, 2022
We are requiring that all students (5 years old and up) be fully vaccinated (2 weeks after the second dose) in order to enter the building for our programming. Students who turn 5 during the school year must begin the vaccination process within 5 weeks of their birthday.
We require that all students 12 years old and up receive their third shot (“booster”).
New York City is now on High Alert. At this time we are strongly encouraging that masks be worn when indoors at Rodeph Sholom.
CRS Adventures, Discoveries, Teen and Youth programming is mask-optional for all children 5 years old and older. Anyone who prefers to continue to wear a mask in our building is encouraged to do so.
It is essential that ALL students, faculty, and staff stay home if they are ill or have any COVID-19 symptoms. (Even if it is just a tickle in the throat).
Due to COVID safety protocols, we won’t provide weekly pizza dinner to Pre-K-3rd grade students or to 7th grade students but will provide a snack for 3rd-7th graders in our courtyard prior to the beginning of class. We recommend that your child have a hearty snack before arriving to the building.
On the advice of our medical advisory team, no adults (parents/caregivers) will be allowed into the CRS building during our program times. This includes arrival/dismissal time.
We are now able to have multiple classes gather in larger spaces while maintaining distancing between the classes.
Below is CRS current practice based on the advice of our medical team and guidance from government officials:
It continues to be most important to monitor for symptoms, assume that any symptoms could be from a contagious infection, obtain a PCR test, and, most importantly, stay out of school until all symptoms are completely resolved regardless of test results.
Individuals who test positive for COVID-19 must isolate for a minimum of five days, regardless of vaccination status. The first date of symptoms, or the date of positive COVID-19 test administration if asymptomatic, is considered “day zero.”
Fully vaccinated individuals do not need to quarantine after a known exposure, unless it is a household exposure (see below).
We will no longer communicate regarding exposures that are deemed low-risk to vaccinated individuals.
Please note that CRS protocols may differ from your child’s private or public-school protocols. You need to consult your school’s rules and if you have any questions, please consult your pediatrician.
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