Seacrest Country Day School will suspend in-person classes and Baby Rays for two weeks as directed by The Commissioner of the Florida Department of Education. This two week period for Seacrest will begin Monday, March 16th and end Friday, March 27th. This suspension also includes:
We continue to closely monitor information about Covid-19 and how it affects us in
Collier County. We are following the advice of the Florida Department of Health, the
Collier County Department of Health, the Florida High School Athletic Association and
the Collier County Public Schools. At the same time, we are preparing our lesson plans
and instruction to provide remote learning, if necessary. The Seacrest community is
healthy and pursuant to the various agency recommendations, we proactively canceled
gatherings that bring people outside our family groups onto our campus.
The health of our students, families, and staff is of utmost concern. As you may know, at this point, the Florida Department of Health has identified a small number of people with the virus, hospitalized, in Collier County. Below, we have outlined the measures we are taking at Seacrest as well as guidelines we are asking every community member to follow.
Are We Considering Suspending Face to Face Classes?
We are working closely with the Collier County Public Health Department and following their direction.
Our highest priority is to ensure the health and safety of our community. The Seacrest team is closely monitoring the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for the current status of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Going forward, we will provide frequent updates during this evolving situation.
If you are sick, please do not come to campus. Pay close attention to your children. Do not send sick children to school. A child should be free of a fever for 30 hours before sending him or her back to school.
Seacrest, like many schools in Florida, is sharing information and procedures regarding exposure to regular season flu and Coronavirus (COVID-19 virus). These procedures are important for Seacrest and our community to follow with any virus, in order to stay healthy.