In preparation for the 2020-21 school year, Parish Episcopal School continues to evaluate the evolving pandemic crisis of the COVID-19 virus, in line with recommendations from local, state and national officials, as well as in coordination with our ISAS peer schools.
In spring 2020, when the pandemic initially caused extended spring closures throughout our city, Parish’s administration, including divisional leadership and its Educational Technology team, developed a robust Distance Learning plan defined as an environment where faculty uses their normal, face-to-face teaching methods via electronic media. In doing so, faculty and staff keep relationships with our students central by connecting and communicating with them often through multiple and varied modalities. As plans develop for the 2020-21 school year, Parish is committed to continue to guide students to become creative learners and bold leaders prepared to impact a complex global society. We are also prepared to continue to support our students and their families, faculty and staff through our centerED programming for social and emotional well-being.o
To stay up to date as plans progress throughout the summer, please check out the latest communication from Dave Monaco, Allen Meyer Family Head of School, by visiting the links below.
We appreciate the support and flexibility of our entire community – students, parents, faculty, staff, Board of Trustees, and a varied list of friends of Parish – throughout this season of uncertainty. It is our hope that our community remains safe and healthy during this challenging time, and that we can be together in fellowship sooner than later.
This page with be updated regularly during this pandemic. Check back for details around extended closures, recent communication from School Leadership as well as updates to events and activities.