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Coronavirus Update

General Information

The health and safety of our students and faculty is the top priority at New Hope, and the administration continues to closely monitor and respond to rapidly changing information and guidelines related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  It is our desire to continue to serve our families to the best of our ability.  

The preschool is currently open and serving families who are employed by "essential businesses" and unable to work from home, and summer camp is scheduled to open June 8, 2020 for all families.   

During the days the preschool/camp is in session there will be extra measures of precaution taken to evaluate student health prior to admitting them into the school building.  Any student with symptoms of illness, including cough, respiratory symptoms and or low-grade fever (100.0 or higher) will not be admitted to school.  If ANY student in the family is denied entry due to illness, all siblings enrolled will also be required to remain home, as they could be carries of illness without symptoms.  All classrooms are following the recommendations for group size as indicated by the CDC, and the facility is being thoroughly cleaned every day.


We request that anyone within the New Hope family who thinks he or she may have been exposed to COVID-19 to self-quarantine and contact the school office at (954) 973-1129 xt.102

We are praying fervently asking our Lord to protect us all! 


School Calendar Modifications:

NHCS Kindergarten through Fifth Grade on campus classrooms are closed for the remainder of the 2019/2020 school year; all students should be adhering to distance learning guidelines.  



Information Specifically for Elementary Students and Families

NHCS elementary program will follow the Florida Department of Education's order for all public and private schools to remain closed for the remainder of the 2019/2020 school session. Distance learning will begin Monday, March 30.  No matter how long this lasts, we plan to continue providing our families with the quality education they have come to expect from New Hope, regardless of the means of delivery. 

We are confident that our entire school community will learn and grow through this season. Through supporting and encouraging one another along the way we will overcome and grow stronger as a community!