As the COVID-19 situation evolves, Landmark will be prepared to pivot as necessary to comply with state and federal guidelines.
- Given our proposed school schedule for the 2020–2021 year, we will be regularly monitoring updates from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), Massachusetts Department of Public Health, and consulting medical professionals, and the local Board of Health.
- Landmark will follow guidelines from the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education as we modify our program to adjust to the COVID-19 situation.
- As required by the state, Landmark has developed three distinct models for the academic year including in-person, hybrid, and remote—always keeping health and safety as our highest priority.
- A team of 28 members representing administrators, faculty, and staff meet throughout the week to continually discuss the ever-evolving COVID-19 pandemic situation and its impact on education.
- In the event of a state-mandated or other reason for a school closure, Landmark will communicate and work with students and families about the logistics of shifting to remote learning.
Information as of August 4, 2020