SCCPSS considers the health and well-being of our students, teachers, and staff to be of the utmost importance. It is with this in mind that we are notifying you of the closure of Windsor Forest High School due to COVID related issues and confirmed positive cases among staff. Windsor Forest High School will be closed for in-person learning for the week of December 14th. All students will return to a virtual mode of learning beginning Monday. In-person learning is planned to resume for students enrolled in the hybrid learning option on January 11th, following the winter break.
The district has been working closely with local public health officials to ensure the proper recommendations are followed to isolate staff diagnosed with COVID-19 and identify close contacts. If a child has been identified as a close contact, school personnel will contact the family directly.
All areas of the school will be deep cleaned and disinfected while the building is closed. If a student or staff member develops COVID-19 symptoms, please refrain from group activities, such as sports or play groups, and contact your healthcare provider as soon as possible. The Department of Public Health recommends that laboratory testing be obtained on all suspect COVID-19 cases.
WINDSOR FOREST HIGH STUDENTS WILL UTILIZE VIRTUAL INSTRUCTION DECEMBER 14-18, 2020
- Students should follow their normal instructional schedule and log on to itsLearning for classes during the closure.
- Should families have any questions about assignments or instruction during the closure, please contact the child's teacher.
The Windsor vs. Johnson High Basketball game that is scheduled for this evening has been cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date.
Should there be a need to continue virtual instruction for all students beyond the winter break an update will be provided.
Once again, due to confirmed positive COVID cases and the need to implement quarantine protocols among school personnel, Windsor Forest High School will be closed to in-person learning December 14-18, 2020. All students should remain on their regular learning schedule but must remain home and log on through itsLearning.