Dear Friends and Family of AISL,
At this time, there is no one in our school community carrying the COVID-19 virus. At the same time, we want to be prepared for any situation. The safety of our students and community is our top priority. We continue to stay abreast of all updates, both within Nigeria and globally. We all can join in taking precautionary steps to minimize the spread of infectious disease. The best way to stay free of any infection, common or not, is to wash your hands well with soap and water regularly, do not touch your face, and sneeze or cough into your elbow or sleeve to avoid the spread of infections to others. Although the twenty-four hour news cycle can make things sound quite alarming, it is important to remain calm and base decisions on facts. There is a lot of fake news circulating. Please see the various links below for complete information on AISL's protocol and helpful resources for you and your family. We will shift to level 4 on our 4-point scale beginning on Thursday, March 19. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Director of Safety and Security, Mr. MacDonald, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yours in partnership,
Sean Areias Ed.D.
RESOURCES FOR PARENTS
VIDEOS AND OTHER MATERIALS
Cover Your Coughs and Sneezes (Elementary Students)
COVID-19 Overview (Secondary Students)
How to Wash Your Hands (Elementary Students)
Peace Out: Relaxation Stories for Kids (Podcast)
Smiling Mind (Mindfulness App & Website - Ages 7+)
We have been hard at work meeting our educational goals and keeping our school environment clean.