SIA REOPENING PLANS 21-22
Bringing students back to campus in 2021-22:
Starting in the fall of 2021, all students and staff will return to campus for full-time, in person instruction 5 days a week. SIA will not be offering a virtual option for any grades. If your family is interested in participating in a virtual program, you will need to enroll in your local district and sign up for their offering.
If you have any specific questions related to our response to bringing students back to campus, or the safety measures we have in place, please contact Nate Pelton, Associate Principal, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click HERE to review SIA's Academic and Student Well-Being Plan for 21-22
The table below provides the following information:
Confirmed Cases = positive COVID-19 cases within the last 14-day window.
Internal means that the individual contracted COVID or was exposed at the school
External means that the case or exposure occurred outside of school/district.
Building Level is established to reflect the current level of spread of COVID in the school from 1-4. Each level brings a different amount of intervention that the school will carry out (class closure, school closure, etc.).
(The table is updated will be updated every two weeks)
Confirmed Cases (External)
Confirmed Cases (Internal)
Spokane International Academy
The individuals who tested positive are safely isolating at home. The Spokane Regional Health District (SRHD) is informed and close contacts of the individual have been given guidance and advised of precautions that should be taken.
Due to voluntary COVID testing, approved by SRHD, students or staff may be able to return to school sooner than previous protocols.
Anyone who has not been directly contacted, but is concerned about possible exposure, should visit Washington Department of Health's What to do if you were potentially exposed to someone with confirmed coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
SIA has strict closure, cleaning protocols and safety precautions in place. The safety and well-being of our students and staff members is always our highest priority.
COVID-19 is a virus that can be spread by everyone at all ages, even without being ill or manifesting any known symptoms. We encourage everyone to consistently continue to observe the following precautions, even when feeling great, to help reduce the spread of COVID-19:
Wear a cloth face covering when around others
Maintain safe physical distance from others
Wash hands and use hand sanitizer frequently
Monitor your body temperature
Stay home if you are sick, even with mild symptoms