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Please refer to this page for the latest updates from the Eliot School and our COVID-19 response. Sign up to receive updates. Questions? Contact our support staff.
All eligible children/teens will be required to complete the recommended course of vaccinations for Covid-19 prior to attending programs at the Eliot School in 2022. The 2nd recommended inoculation must be scheduled for no later than January 17th, 2022. If you have questions/concerns about compliance with this policy, please contact us at [email protected].
Our In-House classes are returning gradually to our schoolhouse. Thanks to generous donors among our students, our schoolhouse now has a complete air exchange and air purification system. We are currently limiting the number of people in each classroom in order to permit social distancing.
Partnerships, Teen Bridge, and Artist in Residence are all meeting safely off-site and in our Amory Street Annex.
As always, safety is our top priority, and we depend on your cooperation and participation. We care deeply about the wellbeing of all who call the Eliot School home.
Rules for Students, Teachers & Staff
We are requiring the following for all who teach and attend our in-person classes:
- Confirm that you have been fully vaccinated, or proof of weekly negative COVID test.
- Wear a mask at all times in our indoor spaces.
- Keep safe 6' distance from others.
- Stay away from class if you are sick, are experiencing COVID-like symptoms, have recently tested positive, or have been recently exposed to the virus.
Building & Office Hours
- Our schoolhouse on Eliot Street is now open for a selection of classes. We will be adding more classes step by step over Fall, Winter, and Spring.
- Staff are working a hybrid schedule, remotely and in office. We can answer emails and return voice messages Monday–Friday, 10am–5pm.
- Mass. Dept. of Public Health Fact Sheet & Prevention Instructions
- Mass Dept. of Public Health Overview & Updates
- City of Boston Public Health Commission Update
- New York Times How to Wash Your Hands
- Mayo Clinic Symptoms and Causes