Coronavirus Awareness and Information
Windward is keeping a close eye on the developing situation in regards to coronavirus (COVID-19) and is taking the appropriate safety precautions by following the latest CDC and Department of Public Health guidelines.
Below, please find important news and resources; please check back regularly for additional updates.
- What should I do to prepare for Online Learning again?
- What is expected of me when I show up online for classes and other school activities?
- Are we required to be in class for the full 80 minutes?
- How will I communicate with my teacher?
- Will grading be different during online learning?
- Will homework be different during online learning?
- What are the student guidelines for remote learning?
- What is the 2020-21 schedule for remote learning?
- How will remote learning be different for students and faculty?
- How are Windward’s Division Teams supporting students during remote learning?
- Will students be prepared for the next grade level given the disruption to the way they are normally provided instruction?
- Handwashing Guidelines
- What steps are you taking to keep coronavirus (COVID-19) from campus?
- How can I increase the chances of staying healthy?
- Is Windward doing anything to support the medical community in need of supplies?
- Are there any physical fitness or wellness resources available?
- What is the status with health forms for next school year?
- How are Windward’s counselors supporting students during remote learning?
- What resources do you recommend to address psychological well being?
- What has Windward College Counseling done to adapt its support of Windward’s students as it moved to an online environment?
- Will the changes for the Class of 2020 impact the Class of 2021 in the college process?
- Will virtual learning have an impact on my college applications?
- I am a Junior and have not taken the SAT/ACT or Subject Tests. What should I do? Which test should I prioritize?
- How can I learn more about colleges? How can I “demonstrate interest?”
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The School has taken the following steps in order to keep our community as healthy as possible. These include:
Daily cleaning of campus and facilities using hospital-grade disinfectants;
Additional sanitization of high volume touchpoints (doorknobs, faucets, push bars, common technology, etc.);
Purell Stations located throughout campus;
Purell and Lysol wipes in classrooms;
Proper hygiene and healthy living encouraged (emails, flyers in restrooms);
Full disinfection of all facilities every Saturday; and
Daily review of CDC and LA County Department of Health websites and announcements.