COVID-19 and St. George's Community at Home

 

St. George's Episcopal School continues to monitor the status of COVID-19 with the well-being of our students and St. George's community as our chief priority. We are following the latest updates from the CDC, Louisiana Department of Public Health, and City of New Orleans and engaging in webinars and other means of staying educated and up-to-date with developments and best practices surrounding the novel coronavirus. At this time, we tentatively anticipate reopening campus on Monday, May 4th.

Below you will find records of COVID-19-related correspondences from St. George's, in addition to resources curated by Nurse Penny Nunenmacher and our Counseling and Wellness Department, led by Tamara Claverie. Please know that our administration, faculty and staff have been and will continue to work tirelessly to safeguard everything special about our St. George’s community and continue to foster it via our Continuity of Learning Plan. Assisting our Community: The StG Community Fund and the StG Business DirectoryWe named our virtual learning platform StG Community at Home  for a reason; community is something St. George's holds close to our hearts. Just as much as we strive for a rigorous academic curriculum, we also value social and emotional learning and activities that build our community. To that end, we are excited to announce the creation of the StG Community Fund and the StG Business Directory:

StG Community Fund

Learn more about the StG Community Fund, make a donation, and submit your application here:

Click here to make a donation and apply for aSSistance

StG Business Directory

Peruse our StG Business Directory and submit your listing via the link below:

Click here to view the stg business directory

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StG Counseling and Wellness

We know that things are different and challenging right now, but the Counseling and Wellness Department is still here for you. In addition to providing Kindness Class and Life Skills lessons on Google Classroom pages weekly, we want to provide families with information about how to access support from the counselors as well as what school counseling in the virtual setting looks like.  

Counselors are available to make appointments to talk with students/families through Google Meet.  

Please email the counselors and we will be happy to set up a Google Meet time during school hours.

  • Contact Mrs. Molly Sanders (works with Early Childhood and Lower School)

  • Contact Mrs. Tamara Claverie (works with Lower School and Middle School)

  • Since we are communicating in the virtual school setting, please be aware that some aspects of confidentiality may be compromised. Please share any questions or concerns you may have with the counselors.

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