During our Town Hall sessions, I referred to the Community Agreement
below as a “Covenant,” a type of understanding that suggests a moral obligation rather than a legal document. Indeed, a covenant suggests the type of bond we are creating with one another as we embrace the opportunity to return in-person to campus. We have a responsibility to live by this agreement to support the health and well-being of all members of the community choosing to be in classrooms and within our buildings. The care we show for one another is demonstrated by our commitment to live by this agreement. Our ability to have live teaching and learning is dependent on our collective success in living by this agreement. We are interdependent in our ability to sustain in-person instruction.
Please take the time to read and discuss this document with your family and know that its content is not a set of suggestions or recommendations, rather this is a bond between us, guidelines required for you to participate in our in-person program.