Updated August 2, 2021:
Trinity administration will continue to monitor guidelines and conditions throughout the school year. We look forward to our Prayer / Dedication Night on Tuesday, August 17th at 6:30 PM at Grace Baptist Church as well as greeting all students and seeing their smiling faces at Meet Your Teacher day Wednesday, August 18th and the first day of school Thursday, August 19th.
Trinity is prepared with effective health and safety protocols, high-quality teaching and learning models, improved technology, sanitation and air purification, and a rich student life experience. Being flexible is something we have all become accustomed to over the past several months as we have navigated ever-changing guidelines from the LA County Dept of Health and the state of California.
Training of all staff in proper sanitization techniques.
Routine cleaning and disinfection campus-wide.
Ensuring safe and correct use and storage of EPA-standard cleaning and disinfecting products, including storing products securely away from children.
Cleaning frequently touched surfaces, such as door handles, light switches, tables, student desks, and chairs within the school, daily and/or between use as much as possible.
Placing hand sanitizing stations in each classroom.
Drinking fountains will be maintained and used for refilling water bottles only.
Limiting the use of shared objects (e.g., physical education equipment, art supplies, toys, games) when possible, or cleaned between use.
Restrooms will continue to be cleaned throughout the day.
Adequate supplies of soap, paper towels, and running water will be provided for frequent handwashing.
Cleaning of surfaces in common areas such as the reception area, desks, tables, and chairs in the lobby area will be scheduled to be cleaned daily and intermittently throughout the day as needed.
Continuing to clean and disinfect the health office after each student uses it while following the guidelines set forth by public health and the CDC.
In compliance with California's Occupational Safety and Health Act (CalOSHA), we are posting our detailed Covid-19 prevention program here:
Trinity's COVID-19 Prevention Program (CPP)
- What if I am vaccinated?
- How is COVID-19 spread?
- what are the symptoms of COVID-19?
- Will Trinity shut down if there is an outbreak?
- when is someone considered infectious?
- how do i know if i was exposed?
- What do I do if I think I've been exposed to COVID-19?
- How will absences and sick leave change during this time?