What is Trinitas doing in response to COVID-19?
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We Are Ready!

June 25th, 2020 by Becca Tellinghuisen

While we acknowledge that questions remain about how our schools and communities will be affected by the COVID threat this fall, there is no question that we are prepared to welcome students back to campus for classes and community events in the 2020-2021 academic year. We are planning to begin classes on campus the Tuesday after Labor Day and to follow our regular calendar for the school year. At the same time, we are also prepared to begin with remote (online) instruction and for a combination of in-person and remote instruction as needed throughout the school year.

To make our campus safe, the school is adjusting its illness policy, use of shared spaces, and procedures for cleaning and disinfecting surfaces with guidelines from the CDC and Kent County Health Department in mind. Trinitas will adapt in response to official guidance as it develops throughout the year. As the governor has announced plans to unveil school re-opening guidelines by June 30, we will be able to share more details soon.