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.
Following an announcement from the North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (NCISAA), Cannon School shared its plan for the fall season. It is important to note that matters will continue to be subject to change and contingent upon the State of North Carolina’s announcement in early August.
Cannon School has shared the learning model we plan to implement on August 20, as well as key decisions and communications to be shared in the coming weeks. Click here to read the entire message which addresses:
A Hybrid Learning model to be implemented on August 20
Preliminary health and safety protocols
Additional key aspects of our return to campus
A decision and communication schedule through the month of August
Our collective pledge to the Cannon community
An invitation for parents, faculty, and staff to submit questions about these plans
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.
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.