As most of you are aware, we have reinstated in-person Sunday School instruction. The safety and health of our children and their families is paramount. To that end, we have been instituting all precautions recommended by the CDC including mandatory facial mask wearing, hand sanitizers/hand washing, social distancing and temperature checks.
We need your help in maintaining the safety and health of our children and their families. We ask that every parent that sends their child to the church for Sunday School ensure that their child does not have any of the following conditions:1. Has your child traveled outside the local tristate area in the last 10 days?2. Has your child come in direct contact with someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the past 10 days?3. Does your child have a fever of 99.0 degrees Fahrenheit or higher or any symptoms consistent with a lower respiratory infection such as cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing?4. Has your child experienced any of the following symptoms: extreme fatigue, loss of taste and/or smell, red and swollen toes, muscle aches, sore throat, new onset headaches?
Thank you for your cooperation in this matter. We look forward to being able to pray all together in the near future. May our Lord and Savior have mercy upon His children during this blessed Lenten season.
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7إن كان فيك فقير، أحد من إخوتك في أحد أبوابك في أرضك التي يعطيك الرب إلهك، فلا تقس قلبك، ولا تقبض يدك عن أخيك الفقير
8 بل افتح يدك له وأقرضه مقدار ما يحتاج إليه. تثنيه ١٥
In an effort to move toward more normalcy, St. Anthony Sunday School will be instituting in-person instruction. This is a work in progress and may need to be amended as governmental regulations and internal dynamics warrant. The following is the current schedule for each class.
We ask that parents drop off their children on-time and help them check-in through the screening process. They are then asked to leave the church grounds and pick-up their children on-time. Facial masks are required to be worn at all times and social distancing will be maintained. We will provide hand sanitizer upon check-in.
Preschoolers (Angels’), grades 1&2 and grades 3&4 will have in-person instruction on a weekly basis beginning at 11:15 am and ending at noon starting this Sunday, March 7th. We will be having a video link for those unable to attend in-person. Please drop off your children beginning at 11:00 am and pick them up promptly at noon.
Grades 5&6, grades 7&8, grades 9&10 and the Servant Prep Class will have in-person instruction on a weekly basis beginning at 12:15 pm and ending at 1:00 pm starting this Sunday, March 7th. We will be having a video link for those unable to attend in-person. Please drop off your children beginning at noon and pick them up promptly at 1:00 pm.
Please help us in making this effort a success. We greatly appreciate your prayers and support. We will communicate changes as they occur and thank you for your patience.
All of the safety requirements and precautions must still be followed. If you have any COVID related symptoms, have been in contact with anyone who has had any symptoms, you must quarantine for 10 days. Also if you have traveled anywhere outside the tri-state area or have had any contact with anyone who has traveled outside the tri-state area, you must quarantine for 10 days.