FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Individuals with COVID-19 have reported a wide range of symptoms including fever or chills, cough, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body ache, headache, loss of taste or small, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea.
If you have any COVID-19 symptoms, have a PCR done as soon as possible and stay home until you get the results. Please send a copy of the result to the Health and Safety Officer at Juliet.firstname.lastname@example.org
Students are not to be sent to school if they are unwell, even if they are sitting an exam. All symptomatic students need to do a PCR test. If PCR is negative, students need to stay at home until they are asymptomatic for at least 24 hours. If PCR is positive, students will need to complete 10 days isolation. Day one of isolation will be the date of the test.
Students with positive PCR need to isolate for 10 days starting from the test date. Email the PCR result to the HSO (Health and Safety Officer) at Juliet.email@example.com. Student must be symptoms free before returning to school. There is no need to do a PCR at the end of the isolation period. Your child needs to obtain a de-isolation certificate from the DHA. If there is a delay in getting the certificate, student must show a negative PCR before returning to school.
If you are identified as a close contact of someone who tested positive, it is critical that you stay home. The quarantine period starts from the day of your last exposure to the confirmed case. A close contact must complete 7 days in quarantine. After finishing the 7 days quarantine, the student MUST email a negative PCR (within 48 hours) to the Health and Safety Officer at Juliet.firstname.lastname@example.org to be able to rejoin the Face-to-face classes.
Students who just finished their isolation period do not need to quarantine if one of the family members is positive.
A student can switch to online learning only in the below cases:
a- Isolating due to COVID-19 test result
b- Quarantining due to being a close contact with someone who tested positive
c- Having COVID-19 symptoms
d- Not able to attend school for COVID reasons such as being outside the country.
Fill in the “Distance Learning Access” link with your son/daughter’s details, attach the required documents and submit. https://form.jotform.com/220140463391446
The school requires 24 hours after submitting the form to update the system and inform the teachers. For example, if the parent fills out the form today at 8:00 am, the student will only be able to join the online class the following morning.
All PCR results must be emailed to the school Health and Safety Officer at Juliet.email@example.com
After filling in the form, you will receive an email with Online Learning Instructions. Teachers will post the Zoom links on Schoology. Only students who are listed in the Online Learning will be given access to the Zoom sessions.
You will join via Zoom and teachers will share with you the online test via Schoology.
Your teacher will infirm you and tell you when the date of the make-up exam will be.
As per KHDA, only students with positive PCR, close contacts, can attend online classes. Kindly email or contact the Dean of Students. No online access will be given; students have the option to complete the tasks on Schoology. We highly encourage you to bring your child to the doctor and take a PCR test.
Students with DHA Permit for Online Learning do not need to fill the Online Learning Form.
Grade 1 to 12 are live zoom classes; however, KG students will have live and pre-recorded sessions. KG will post pre-recorded sessions on Schoology throughout the year.
Students who can’t attend the online session due to their illness must email the Dean of Students immediately.
Students who are not registered in the Online Learning will not be allowed to join the Zoom sessions. However, they need to check Schoology to complete the tasks posted by the teachers.
Parents must show their Parents ID with the vaccination sticker, however without the sticker, parent must show a 48-hour negative PCR to be able to access the school.
Nannies and drivers must present on the phone the Al Hosn app (green), a vaccination card or a 48-hour negative PCR to be able to access the school.
Parents can email the Dean of Students in each section to obtain this letter. The letter will be issued after 24 hours of submitting the request.
Starting Monday 31/1/2022, Canteens will be open for students as normal.
All PE classes will resume on Monday 31/1/2022 as per KHDA.
All trips and ASAs (After School Activities) will resume as normal. The school will send you the details.