COVID-19

COVID-19 and Headwaters School

Schools are remarkably resilient organizations, and Headwaters is no exception. Resilience is in our roots; it's how we began and it's how we have grown.

Headwaters School will be fully open and in-person for the 2022-2023 school year on each of our campuses. We will not be running concurrent distance learning.

We are committed to creating an environment of keeping our students and guides as healthy as possible as the pandemic continues to evolve.

Our on-campus protocols and polices stated in the COVID-19 Addendum reflect a commitment to the health and safety of our school community while also maintaining the integrity of our purpose and promise. These policies and procedures are an extension of our Student and Family Handbook. 

Recommended protocols from local and state officials change often. As such, Headwaters School is dedicated to providing timely updates as they relate to the school and keeping our students and staff healthy. Headwaters will continue to monitor cases of COVID-19 on campus, as well as local and global trends, to determine if any of these policies need to change. The community will always be notified about changes in Weekly Updates. 

COVID-19 Dashboard

All lab-confirmed positive cases on campus will be communicated directly to the campus community through this chart below. Please report positive case to your campus Attendance Email inbox.

COVID-19 Communications Archive

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  • Get Vaccinated!

    Headwaters recommends that all eligible people get their flu vaccine and any COVID-19 boosters. Stay well!
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  • COVID-19 FAQs - For Recovering Positive Cases

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  • COVID-19 Testing Plans for 22-23

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