On Monday, we sent an initial communication about COVID-19 and prevention measures. You may read that message here. We will continue to provide updates through What’s New and emails as needed.
In Monday’s email, we noted that school-sponsored spring break trips abroad have been canceled. Now I would like to address the question of family spring break travel, both internationally and within the U.S.
First and foremost, please stay apprised of the latest state and federal recommendations regarding travel. Currently, the CDC has limited nonessential travel to some countries, and the State of New Mexico is requiring a self-quarantine for travelers arriving from China, South Korea, Iran, and Italy. Beyond that, please refer to your personal care provider for advice about medical conditions and travel. We also ask that you weigh the pros and cons in determining if you should go forward with spring break travel plans and consider how your family and the community might be impacted if there is an outbreak in a region you are visiting.
Thank you for your attention and consideration.
Andrew T. Watson
Head of School