Health and Safety

The school's priority remains providing a healthy, safe learning environment for students, faculty, and staff. BT's protocols aim to create an environment with as minimal disruptions to in-person learning as possible. 

On the recommendation of the COVID-19 Task Force, BT is taking a forward-looking approach and began the 2021-2022 school year requiring all students, families, faculty, staff, and visitors to wear masks when inside buildings on Brownell Talbot’s campus. This requirement is currently in effect.

The COVID-19 Task Force will meet on a regular basis to review state, local, and school data trends and provide recommendations specifically for the BT community. 

The following criteria are guiding our decision-making related to masking requirements. The data the school is using to measure against these criteria can be found on the Douglas County Health Department’s COVID-19 Dashboard

Masks are required, regardless of vaccination status, when one or more of the following is true:

  • There are 25 positive cases or more per 100,000 people rolling average per day for the previous seven days in Douglas County.
  • There is a trending increase in percentage of positive cases in Douglas County, taking into consideration doubling time for new cases in the area.
  • There is a trending increase in percentage of positive cases of more than 5% over a two-week period.

Frequently Asked Questions

Home Health Check Screening Questions

Parents/guardians are required to screen their children daily before bringing them to school. 

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Review BT's COVID-19 Protocols and Procedures

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