We are now open for five days a week for in-person learning with six feet social distancing. This is made possible by the fact that we have small classes and are utilizing big spaces in our buildings. We even knocked down some walls in preparation for this school year. Students will be spending as much time outside as possible - lunch, gym (four classes a week), outdoor classes.
Online virtual learning is being offered for those students who will be zooming from home
As she and other staff members get ready for one of the earliest school openings in the state Tuesday, Abrams Hebrew Academy nurse Shelley Wigler has faith in the school’s plan.
“We’re confident we’ll do our part 100% within the building and within the school to keep things safe,” said Wigler on Thursday during an interview at the pre-kindergarten through eighth-grade school in Yardley.
“The families need to make sure they are doing their parts outside of school.”
That mindset is being repeated at private schools throughout Bucks County as they prepare to resume instruction amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic.