COVID-19 Response

Cornerstone Schools is closely monitoring news and information related to the global COVID-19 outbreak. We are mindful of our imperative to keep our community safe while continuing to encourage, develop, and education our future generations.

Deemed as an essential service by Governor Kemp, Cornerstone has remained open throught the COVID-19 outbreak, and is proud to provide a safe, education, and enjoyable experience for kids of first responders, medical professionals, other essential service professionals.

Our staff and our facility are following all recommended guidelines and meeting the highest standards for safety.

Summer camp precautions (in effect now):

  • Small group sizes
  • Staff and kid temperatures taken daily
  • Staff and kid screening before entry into building
  • Parent and visitors are not allowed into the building
  • Rooms will be disinfected several times a day
  • Staff and kids will wash hands and use sanitizer throughout the day

Precautions for 2020-21 School year:

  • In-person/In-Class learning
  • Class sizes limited to 12
  • Desk spread out for appropriate social distancing
  • Staff and kid temperatures taken daily
  • Varying class schedules to reduce student interactions
  • Extracuircular activites limited/modified to reduce interaction and support distancing
  • Staff, parent, and student screening before entry into building
  • Parent and visitors have limited access to the school
  • Rooms will be disinfected several times a day
  • Staff and students will wash hands and use sanitizer throughout the day
  • Online / Remote learning available if the situation warrants

Our Priorites

  • #1
    Safety

    The safety of our staff, students, parents, and community is our top concern. We are taking extensive measures to make sure everyone's safety is protected.

  • #2
    Quality Education

    Cornerstone is tasked with the awesome responsibility of helping to develop the young minds of our future generations. Possibly even more importantly now, it is imperative that our students receive the best education possible so in the future they can be prepared too help lead us through new challenges.

  • #3
    Community

    We are all in this together. During these challenges times, our staff, parents, and students make up the Cornerstone family. As such we are doing what we can to make sure everyone in our family pulls through this situation as best as possible.