Cancellations

As a result of the increase in COVID-19 cases and the potential exposure of larger groups in gatherings, the 8th Level Class of 2020 graduation has been cancelled. This has been a very difficult decision to make but in terms of the greater safety of all people we feel a necessary one. Dr. Thornton, Mrs. Mila, and Mr. Sabo will be around to personally deliver the diplomas, as well as the awards. We wish all of the graduates the best of luck with the high school experience and we know that our SBA grads are always poised to do great things!

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After careful consideration, we are pleased to announce that we have crafted a plan to open Summer Play Days on Monday, July 13. Out of an abundance of caution, we have made some adjustments to the programming as we reopen and explore the available options: the hours of operation will now be from 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM and we will divide the children into age appropriate groups, with each group not exceeding 10 children. This will help us practice social distancing while on campus and limit exposure to any potential symptoms.

While we are excited to move forward with Summer Play Days, we are sorry to announce that we have canceled our scheduled camps in July. With the CDC’s emphasis on small group sizes and limited interactions between groups, we felt that the constant movement and transitioning of groups for various camps did not fit within the confines our safety plan. For more information about our new protocols and procedures, please visit our Summer Play Days webpage.

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As you can imagine, we have been thinking a lot about what this summer might look like for us in a world of COVID-19. After many hours of research and discussion, we have made the difficult decision to cancel on-campus Summer Play Days for the month of June. The safety of the students, your families, and our staff is our top priority. With Nashville still in an area with high community transmission and so many unknowns still surrounding the reopening of Davidson County, we feel that gathering on the premises at this point would not be a responsible act on our part.

While we love spending our summers with you and look forward to it every year, we do not want to jeopardize school starting in the fall in any way.

While we cannot offer Summer Play Days as we originally intended next month, we are happy to announce virtual camps with some of our favorite instructors. Come join us for Habitat Yoga, Mrs. Latour’s Book Club, Songwriting, Intro to Sign Language, and more! Please visit the Summer Play Days webpage for more information.

We appreciate your patience as we continue to learn and adapt. We will continue to monitor the data, recommendations, and guidelines of the CDC and local officials as we look ahead to the rest of the summer. Keep an eye out for more information regarding camps in July in the next few weeks.

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