Our first plan is Plan A: return to the classroom. Should we have to make alternative plans, our plan B is to go back to distance learning until such time that we are allowed to return to the classroom.
We understand that some families may not feel comfortable sending their students to campus yet and we have liaisons set in place to offer support to parents and teachers to make the distance learning option a healthy, positive learning experience for the students.
Again, the entire school board and I believe that the best option for our children and families is to return to the classroom, but we want to do this safely, and with the approval of health officials. Each one of us is in a different place and comfort level with our understanding of the coronavirus and Pacific Point Christian School wants to continue to collectively respect families and individuals’ comfort level as well as be a place where families can bring their children for academic, social, mental, and spiritual rejuvenation in a time that is both historical and unprecedented.
Please join me in earnest prayer for families in Gilroy and elsewhere who have been affected by the virus in more ways than medical, and pray for wisdom for our local health officer liaison as I meet to discuss the potential waiver options for our school regardless of where Santa Clara County is on the watch list.
In prayer and supplication,
Superintendent Shanda Adams
and Members of the Board
Jack Daley, Isaac Serrano, Justin Richter, Scott Jackson, and Bill Chaddock