EDUCATION

Paradise schools return in person March 1

Posted 2/17/21

Paradise Schools officials determined with continued enforcement of COVID-19 mitigation strategies and the availability of vaccines for educators, the schools can now strategically plan for the reopening of all three campuses.

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EDUCATION

Paradise schools return in person March 1

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Paradise Schools officials wrote in a letter to parents that with continued enforcement of COVID-19 mitigation strategies and the availability of vaccines for educators, the schools can now strategically plan for the reopening of all three campuses.

The Surprise-based charter school district includes Paradise Honors Elementary School, Paradise Honors Middle School and Paradise Honors High School.

All schools will open for in-person instruction on Monday, March 1.

All schools will continue to follow COVID-19 safety protocols, including requiring masking of anyone on a Paradise Schools campus, social distancing and sanitation measures.

All parents can expect communication in the next week from each school site regarding the choice to return in-person. An online option will continue to be available for families who choose to remain virtual at the time of reopening.

Should metrics indicate it is safe to return to an in-person learning option prior to March 1, Paradise Schools will re-evaluate the reopening date and prepare to return to in-person learning.

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