OUR SAFE RE-OPENING PLAN: RETURN TO OUR EXTRAORDINARY LEARNING EXPERIENCE
We are actively planning for on-campus learning for students 5-days per week in the 2021-2022 school year (subject to the Governors’ mandate and abundant safety precautions.)
We have limited spaces in each grade level for in-person education in August 2021. We are limiting the number of students in each classroom to meet the state mandate for safe, healthy education of children in schools. Call soon to reserve your child’s place for our on-site educational program. First come first served.
The following are Quba’s Islamic School available onsite spaces by grade when a return to safe on-site classes is determined:
We have closed off onsite enrollment in one grade and two others are nearing their limit. We will be offering a streaming option for students who are in excess of our classroom limits and, once we can increase classroom density, will welcome those students back onsite.
Reach out now to reserve your child’s onsite space!
As an independent school, we consider guidance from our state government, public health officials, and peer schools, taking into consideration what is the best fit for our particular school community.
Quba Islamic School utilizes guidelines and regulations provided by the following agencies and organizations in making decisions regarding school operations, academic planning, and health/safety:
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
- Department of Social Services (DSS)
- California Department of Education
- American Academy of Pediatrics (Guidance for School Re-entry)
Our Health Safety Guiding Principles
- Prioritize student, faculty and staff health, safety, and well-being
- Plan and act with fidelity to Quba Islamic School’s mission, values and vision
- Ensure that health and safety-related policies are research-based, clearly-communicated, effectively implemented, and carefully enforced
- Adapt to new health and safety guidelines as they are issued
- Maintain continuity of childcare by intentionally structuring classroom groupings to mitigate the impact of a potential closure
- Maintain continuity of learning to the greatest extent possible through multiple instructional models, including on-campus and Quba Islamic School online learning models, with an emphasis on in-person learning as safety and state regulations permits
- Ensure equity and access across all learning models
- Maintain consistent communication with all school community stakeholders