Cannon Community Health: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
This webpage will serve as a resource for information as it relates to Cannon School's ongoing response to the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). As information becomes available, it will be added to this page. To receive notifications via text and/or email when an item is added to the Most Recent Updates section, please subscribe by following these instructions.
Cannon School will begin on-campus athletic strength and conditioning workouts for Upper School fall student-athletes on June 24. We will also begin on-campus Camp Cannon programs for children ages 3-18 on July 6. For more information about these programs, as well as virtual counseling hours for students and Cannon’s current decision schedule, please click here.
Cannon School Counselors are Master’s level clinicians who are available to offer emotional and personal/social support to all students in grades JrK-12. Please visit this webpage for information and valuable resources.
Our plan for remote learning reflects our Cannon School mission. In light of our mission to nurture, engage, learn, grow we present three principles to guide our practices during our time of remote learning, described in this document.
Finding responsible ways to connect and be in community will be important as we manage the impacts of responding to the COVID-19 public health crisis. This article provides steps you can start taking now to keep your family safe and do your part to avoid a worsening crisis.
In the wake of an infectious disease outbreak, monitor your own physical and mental health. Know the signs of stress in yourself and your loved ones. Know how to relieve stress, and know when to get help.