Issue 21: January 28, 2022

From BAIS Director

Dear Parents,

Semester two is off to a fantastic start! Thank you for following all health and safety protocols in place and for all the support you give to our students and teachers. Incredible learning is happening, and we are thankful that God continues to bless our school. Even amid the blessing of many new students and full-time face to face learning, we are still forced to deal with uncertainty related to the pandemic. Since much talk about the omicron variant continues to appear in the news, we wanted to communicate once more what will happen in the event of a confirmed Covid-19 case on the BAIS campus or within our staff/student body. Following the guidance of the Department of Education, Kabupaten Bandung Barat Covid-19 task force, and our local puskesmas, the following protocol will be followed:

If a case is confirmed over the weekend or while school is not in session:

  1. Positive case detected via off-campus testing
  2. Communicate with parents and staff via email and WA
  3. Close school, begin online learning the following day
    1. Teachers will teach from home
    2. Students will learn at home
      1. Chromebook pickup will be facilitated as necessary
  4. Contact tracing data gathered by school Covid-19 task force in coordination with puskesmas – parents contacted with tracing data if applicable
  5. All other staff and students: If symptomatic, testing is needed
    1. If asymptomatic, monitor for symptoms
    2. If a staff member or student is listed as having “close contact” he/she must test within 3-5 days after contact, even if asymptomatic. A negative result is required before returning to school.
  6. Campus deep-cleaned
  7. Follow guidance of puskesmas for reopening (possible 5-14 days of closure, depending on requirements)

If a case is confirmed while school is in session:

  1. Positive case detected via testing
  2. Isolate student/staff member in clinic isolation room and contact student’s parents to arrange pick-up/send staff member home
  3. Communicate with parents and organize an orderly and immediate pick-up for all students (email, WA, phone call)
  4. Close school, begin online learning the following day
    1. Teachers will teach from home
    2. Students will learn at home
    3. Chromebook pickup will be facilitated as necessary
  5. Contact tracing data gathered by school Covid-19 task force in coordination with puskesmas – parents contacted with tracing data if applicable
  6. All other students and staff: If symptomatic, testing is needed
    1. If asymptomatic, monitor for symptoms
    2. If a staff member or student is listed as having “close contact” he/she must test within 3-5 days after contact, even if asymptomatic. A negative result is required before returning to school.
  7. Campus deep-cleaned
  8. Follow guidance of puskesmas for reopening (possible 5-14 days of closure, depending on requirements)

For further questions or clarifications, please contact our front office office@baisedu.org and you will be connected with the appropriate staff member.

Please join me in looking forward to what lies ahead as we trust the Lord to guide and protect our school!

Together,
Mr. Cantrall
Director

2022-2023 Re-enrollment Reminder

We are excited to see your child(ren) continue as BAIS Eagles. You are respectfully invited to begin the re-enrollment process. Please complete the form in this link https://bit.ly/339VSYU and return it with the appropriate fees to the BAIS office on or before Friday, January 28, 2022. Your child’s reenrollment for the 2022-2023 school year is secure when this form and the accompanying payment are received. Payment can be made by bank transfer or cash to the finance office. Please note that after January 28, 2022 your child’s seat in class is no longer guaranteed.

The 10,000,000 IDR non-refundable reenrollment deposit will be applied towards the student’s 2022-2023 tuition. After January 28, 2021, 7,000,000 IDR of the 10,000,000 IDR deposit will be applied towards the student’s 2022-2023 tuition. We appreciate your support! If you have any questions, please email finance@baisedu.org or stop by the office at any time.

BAIS Finance Dept.

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