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EDS will be loosening/removing many of the protocols utilized last year (as outlined below). However, for the beginning of the school year, we are adopting a universal indoor mask requirement for students, faculty, staff, and on-campus visitors, regardless of vaccination status. The necessity for this mask requirement will be assessed on a weekly basis. When it is appropriate, we intend to adopt a ‘mask optional’ policy. In the meantime, we are pleased to share the following updated and revised COVID-19 protocols:
  • Parents will be welcome on campus (masks required indoors, regardless of vaccination status)
  • Drop ins will be accepted in Extended Care
  • Middle School students will move from class to class
  • Middle School students will use lockers
  • Lower School students may grade level intermix for recess
  • All students will travel to enrichment classes
  • Lunches will return to pre-Covid areas as desired
In addition, we have made the following changes to the quarantine and isolation protocols:
  • Individuals testing positive for COVID-19 will isolate for 10 days after symptom onset (return to campus on Day 11 if symptoms are improving and the student has been fever-free without medication for 24 hours).
  • Vaccinated individuals (or individuals in the 90-day immunity period) who are exposed (within 6-feet for more than 15 minutes) and asymptomatic, will not have to quarantine.
  • Vaccinated individuals who are exposed (within 6-feet for more than 15 minutes) and exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 must isolate and get a PCR test before returning to school.
  • Unvaccinated individuals who are exposed (within 6-feet for more than 15 minutes) must quarantine for 10 days after last exposure (return on Day 11); OR 7 days after last exposure with a negative PCR test 5 days after last exposure (return on Day 8).  
Should you have any questions or wish to communicate with the Task Force directly, you may send emails to EDStaskforce@edscc.org
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PreK2 – 5th grade

  • Engaged in exploratory learning and collaborative groups
  • Critical thinking and creativity encouraged
  • Technology integration
  • Transition into researchers and problem-solvers

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6th – 8th grade

  • A community of confident, independent learners
  • Rigorous and challenging curriculum
  • 21st Century teaching and learning
  • Critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity fostered

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Why Choose Episcopal Day School?

  • Founded in 1952
  • Historic location in the heart of downtown Pensacola, Florida
  • Religious affiliation with Christ Church Parish of Pensacola & the Episcopal Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast
  • Serving PreK2 through 8th grade
  • Catholic Youth Sports League Participation
  • Over 3 acres of modernized campuses & facilities
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