Oaks Christian School is monitoring the fluid COVID-19 situation carefully and taking proactive measures which reflect the very best in advice and reasoning from our medical leadership and published best practice. The health, safety, and welfare of our community is our priority and decisions are made based on this priority. Our campus is fully open and we remain focused on maximizing the learning environment of our students. Please check this page often as new information is gathered from various government agencies which may affect our community.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the COVID-19 Exposure Protocols?
- Why Does Oaks Christian Believe It Is Important to Return to Live, On-campus Learning?
- Why Does Oaks Christian Feel It Is Safe To Bring Students Back Together?
- What Campus Improvements Have Been Made To Prepare For A Safe Return?
- What Is Oaks Christian Doing To Provide A Safe And Healthy Learning Environment?
- Will Oaks Christian Still Allow Remote Learning for My Student
- What Can Parents Do To Help?
- How Can I Help?
- What are the Differences Between COVID-19, Allergies, and the Flu?
Communication: Oaks Christian School will communicate with parents using BrightArrow (via text, email and voicemail). AXIS contact information must be updated with cell phone and email addresses to receive these emergency notifications. All School eblasts will also be sent with more comprehensive information. Note: The school’s phone system may not be working or overwhelmed with calls in the case of an emergency.
Parent-Student Reunification: High school families may reunite with their student at the Calvary Community Church parking by entering Gate A or B. Only emergency contacts will be allowed to pick up a student and a government issued ID is required for the student to be released to the parent. Middle school families may reunite with their student at the middle school campus fields by entering Gate F. Vehicle access may be closed in an emergency so parents should park on the street and walk to the parent reunification. Families that have students on both middle school and high school campuses will need to pick up at separate pick-up areas.
Off Campus Parent-Student Reunification: In the case that reunification on campus is not safe or feasible, the high school students will be escorted by staff members to Costco Parking (5700 Lindero Canyon Road). Student will leave in advisory groups by a staff or faculty member.
Fire and Earthquake Emergency: High school students will evacuate to the football field and dismissed to family members who are on the emergency contact list. Middle school students will evacuate to the middle school field. Food and shelter will be provided for students until students are reunited with their parents.
Lockdown Emergency: In the case of a school lockdown, all families should expect that the roads to the school will be blocked off by first responders. All students and parents will only be released by first responders at a location to be designated by first responders.
Operating and Risk Management
Chief Operating/Risk Management Officer Mike Parkinson email@example.com
Health and Safety
Director of Medical Services Dr. Bryan Wong, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Well Being and Community Care
Associate Head of School for Spiritual Life Dee Dee Mayer, email@example.com
Associate Head of School for Academics
Dr. Matt Northrop firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of College Counseling
Jeff Morrow email@example.com
Middle School Principal Garett Freeman
High School Principal Karen Coyle
High School Vice Principal