In the process of re-entry planning, we are utilizing a collection of curated resources gathered over the course of the spring, drawn from higher education, medical and economic models, as well as formal and informal parent feedback. We are framing all discussions around the following guiding principles:
Delivering high-quality academic and social-emotional content congruent with our mission
Prioritizing the well-being of our students, particularly through relationships with faculty, coaches and advisors
Fortifying our faculty through clear expectations and professional development
Creating a culture of consistency and support for families
All Saints' has 30+ professionals from our community involved in six task forces. The collective goal is to develop a series of plans to best facilitate active and meaningful teaching and learning, as well as community building amidst current and potential disruption.
Although we expect that classroom learning will happen in person this fall, we know there will be students who need a blended model for a variety of reasons. Health experts tell us that a resurgence of COVID-19 is also possible. We are exploring how we would deliver uninterrupted content regardless of external variables.
The government and public health authorities will continue to provide both suggestions and mandates that may change our best planning at any point. Each scenario has the safety of our families and employees as the priority.
While specific decisions and plans will be finalized over the next several months as more information and updated public health guidelines are issued, strategies are being developed in the following areas including, but not limited to:
All Saints’ Episcopal School is a leading college preparatory day school in Fort Worth, Texas. Grounded in the Episcopal school tradition, All Saints’ offers programming of national distinction in the academic, fine art, athletic and spiritual disciplines, which brings to life our philosophy of promoting each student’s individual genius within.