Affluent parents with half a brain had better look into home-schooling.
NYC private schools preparing for COVID-19 upheaval when students return
December 31, 2021
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The city’s top private schools are bracing for COVID upheaval with classes set to resume next week amid a surge in cases.
Elite bastions including Spence and Horace Mann are implementing new vaccine mandates, specifying acceptable mask types and requiring negative COVID-19 to for kids to return to school.
Spence canceled classes Monday to provide parents a free day for kids to get tested.
“I realize how challenging a no-school call can be for families, and I appreciate your support and understanding,” wrote Spence chief Bodie Brizendine in a letter to families. “For all of us this is about staying safe and staying in school, and this is the best possible option for both.
The Collegiate School in Manhattan is joining other city private schools in requiring eligible students to get fully vaccinated — and boosted — to remain eligible for enrollment.
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