COVID-19 Learning Models
Adapting to the Needs of our Campus Community
Kyiv International School is committed to providing healthy and safe learning environments for our students and staff. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the school has implemented best practices and guidelines recommended by the World Health Organization and the United States Center for Disease Control. We offer two purposeful learning models, each designed to meet the needs of our campus community.
On Campus Learning
When COVID-19 risk levels are deemed to be low, the school will operate regular daily schedule with all students on campus five days a week.
Under this model, COVID-19 health and safety best practices and guidelines will continue to be followed.
When COVID-19 risk levels are deemed to be high, the school will follow the Distance Learning Model. The schedules and procedures will be shared.
As we look to the 2021-22 school year, KIS is planning to bring ALL STUDENTS back to the school campus and shift our school schedule to reflect previous years.
There are a number of things to consider when doing this and we want to make sure that everyone understands some of the considerations made by the school to make sure we can do this as safely as possible.
The City authorities have recently announced that the current city lockdown will indeed be finished this weekend. However, they have stated that schools will not be able to return until Wednesday, May 5th.