Covid-19 Updates

SAFE STATE, SAFE SCHOOL

Greenwood has developed a comprehensive Covid-19 safety plan based on State of Vermont and CDC regulations. Vermont has consistently ranked among the lowest number of Covid-19 cases, and Greenwood has remained Covid-free.

List of 3 frequently asked questions.

  • I heard that the State of Vermont is now requiring a quarantine for all travelers. If I am coming to campus by car to pick up my son for the upcoming break, do I need to quarantine?

    If you are coming to campus by car to pick up your son, you do not need to quarantine, provided you remain in your car. Should you wish to leave your vehicle for any reason, you will need to arrive with documentation of a negative COVID-19 test.
  • What are Greenwood's plans for the 2020-21 school year?

    Greenwood will be open for in-person instruction for the 2020-21 school year. We have developed a comprehensive Covid-19 safety plan based on State of Vermont and CDC regulations. Vermont has consistently ranked among the states with the lowest number of Covid-19 cases, and Greenwood has remained Covid-free.

  • What if classes need to move online again at some point? Is Greenwood prepared?

    The Greenwood School has a proven track record of providing top-notch distance learning. On Monday, March 16, we transitioned to our e-Learning campus for instruction and assessment and our physical campus closed. In the spring, our students accessed all of their programming remotely via our Learning Management System (LMS), Whipple Hill. All students had regularly scheduled remote video conferencing meetings with each of their teachers as well as their advisors. We finished the school year successfully.

See you this fall!