Swift School prepares students with dyslexia and related language-based learning differences to be successful in life. That phrase means succeeding in the face of whatever life throws at them, including the COVID-19 pandemic. Swift School will provide the highest quality education available for children with language-based learning differences and will deliver that education in as safe a manner as possible.
As of February 18, 2022, Swift School is in mask-optional status
Swift School is operating under the following assumptions:
- The vaccination eligibility of everyone on Swift School's campus has allowed us to move to a mask-optional status
- The decline of COVID-19 cases in Metro Atlanta and our own population and the asymptomatic nature of recent test results allow us to safely operate in-person and with masks optional for all students, faculty, and staff
- A lack of evidence of any community transmission of COVID-19 at school, and the lessened severity of illnesses from the omicron variant were factors in our latest decision
Plans and Protocols
Since the spring of 2020, members of the Swift School administration, faculty and board of trustees have continually revised and updated school operating plans. Task forces on health and safety, academic vibrancy, technology, professional development, finance, and facilities have created the following plans that are constantly vetted and updated as necessary.