COVID-19 Protocols

Thanks to the many members of our community who worked tirelessly since last spring to help us return to school in-person for the 2020-2021 school year. The health and safety protocols contained in this plan have been developed with a commitment to providing a full ‘Swain experience’ this year, whether we are on-campus, online, or somewhere in between. Our mission remains unchanged regardless of the circumstances under which we carry it forward.

To date, we have successfully been able to begin the 2020-2021 school year on campus in a safe and healthy manner, in accordance with the guidance of health care professionals, and in line with governing regulations. Additionally, we have been able to accommodate those who are not yet comfortable attending school in person through a combination of synchronous and asynchronous remote learning. Of course, we continue to be mindful that the status of the pandemic remains dynamic and we are prepared to adapt quickly. Our plan for the year is designed to be flexible; we will address new public health concerns and situations as they arise.

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenge for children and adults alike. During this uncertain time, we want to remind you that we are truly ‘all in this together.’ The Swain community is at it's best when we are taking care of one another, and we are certain we will do just that through the months ahead as we remain flexible and patient. Thank you for working with us to make sure your children are safe, well, and receiving the best Swain has to offer this year.

April 2021 Protocol Updates

Weekly Health and COVID-19 Updates

The dashboard below is a collaborative effort of our Moravian Academy partnership to provide weekly COVID-19 updates to our community. This dashboard will be added to Swain's website and linked here each week.

Should you have any questions regarding the information shared, please reach out to us via email.


Important Dates for 2020-2021

*Subject to change

Sept 8: Family Conferences
Sept 9: First Day of School
Sept 28: No School in observance of Yom Kippur
Oct 7: Secondary School Information Session for 8th Grade Families
Oct 9-12: Fall Break
Oct 15-21: Virtual "Back to School Night" Week
Oct 30: Modified Trunk or Treat
Nov 6: Family Conferences/No students
Nov 25-30: Thanksgiving Break
Dec 21-31: Winter Break
Jan 1-3: Winter Break continues
Jan 18: MLK Optional Day of Service
Feb 12: Family Conferences/No students
Feb 13-16: Presidents’ Day Weekend
Mar 26-31: Spring Break
Apr 1-5: Spring Break Continues
May 28-31: Memorial Day Weekend
June 10: Closing Ceremonies/Last Day of School
June 11: Graduation