A Message from Nurse Kierstan Greif, RN

Dear Parents,

We are so happy that the COVID-19 numbers in our area have decreased.

We had already begun to relax our safety protocols in many ways, including being mask-optional since November, allowing two and three grade levels to attend Mass together, allowing parents to attend Mass with their children, having parents back on campus to visit and volunteer, having a second Middle School dance with both Seventh and Eighth Graders attending, etc.

We have adjusted our COVID-19 Decision Tree on the website to reflect the overall decrease in Leon County cases and the decrease in usage of our ICU beds in the area.  Please look at the Decision Tree for guidance regarding positive cases at Trinity, and exposure to positive cases at Trinity and in the home.

Following Spring Break, we will look at the statistics again. We are already planning for end-of-the-year field trips, Field Day, Grandparents Day, and many other celebrations that signal it is time to begin living with endemic COVID-19.

It has been a very difficult two years, but we are coming out the other side of the pandemic without having severe in-school spread. We have been very blessed to be led by a medical advisory team that takes the pandemic seriously and has stayed the course in order to keep our entire Trinity community safe. Your prayers and support have been invaluable, and we are continuously grateful.

Vision Screenings for Grades K, 1, 3, and 6 will take place on Thursday, March 24th. Hearing Screenings were completed for Grades 1 and 6 on Wednesday, March 9th. Kindergarten students will be screened for hearing issues after Spring Break.

We hope you all have a safe and healthy Spring Break.