Our highest priorities are the health and safety of all members of our community and in-person learning. These protocols are in place to keep our community healthy, while following the recommendations and guidelines of medical organizations and professionals. We are grateful to have collected over a year of COVID-19 data specific to the St. Paul community, determining the best measures to provide a healthy environment. It is important that we protect our students, faculty, and staff members by preventing the spread of COVID-19. We realize that individual circumstances are different across our community, and we are here to partner with you to provide a safe learning environment. Should conditions change within the St. Paul or Nashville community, additional measures may be taken or eased.
Together, we can protect the health of the St. Paul community. Through those who are age-eligible considering the benefits of being vaccinated and taking extra caution through sanitation measures, we all play a role in mitigating the impacts of COVID-19. Many thanks to the St. Paul parents who are doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals serving on the frontlines of now overwhelmed emergency and ICU facilities across Middle Tennessee; their endurance through the long years of the pandemic is truly admirable.