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Health and safety PROTOCOLS

We are committed to providing a traditional Belmont Hill experience for our boys, while recognizing that COVID-19 continues to impact all of our experiences. As we enter the 2022-2023 School year, we are prepared to navigate and adjust our strategies based on the current COVID-19 information in our area and our community. We are grateful for your participation and partnership as we continue to support the physical and mental health of our boys and our community members. 

This webpage will be the landing page for up to date information regarding our Health and Safety Protocols. Please check here for the most current information. 

Mitigation Strategies

Testing

At the start of the 2022-2023 School year, we will plan to focus on symptomatic testing. We will not offer any surveillance testing for students, faculty, or staff. 
We ask that all students, faculty, and staff stay home if they are feeling ill and get tested. Please contact the Health Clinic with any questions. 

Campus COVID-19 Health Protocols

Students, faculty, and staff should stay home if ill or if experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 and notify the Health Office.

In an effort to keep our school community healthy and safe, we ask that if your son is not well enough to participate in all activities during the school day, that they remain at home. 

Athletics

Student-athletes must meet all medical requirements to return to competition. This protocol is subject to medical professionals’ discretion. All student-athletes are required to follow Belmont Hill’s COVID-19 school-wide protocols for return to campus. During the isolation period at home, student-athletes should not exercise.

All student-athletes must obtain a clearance note from their primary care physician (PCP) to participate in sports/physical activity*. 

*The note must clearly state the date of clearance and plan for gradual return to play.

All clearance notes will be reviewed by the Health Clinic and Athletic Training Staff. The student-athlete MUST follow the Belmont Hill’s Return to Play protocol.  

Contact the Health Clinic with Any Questions

617-993-5335
healthcenter@belmonthill.org
 

learn more about the health office 

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REMOTE LEARNING POLICY

In the following situations, students will be allowed to Zoom into their classes via their teachers' computers.
 
  • An accommodation related to COVID-19 quarantine/isolation protocols
  • An absence due to a planned medical procedure or essential family matter
  • An absence due to illness that will extend beyond two class days
     

In each case, parents should speak with their son’s Division Director for guidance as well as the Health Office in the case of extended sickness. Our ability to provide remote learning in the post pandemic norm is limited and lead time is required for set up. As such, please communicate as proactively as possible and note that we cannot accommodate boys missing school for athletic reasons.