Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, school leadership at Hackley has worked to ensure the health and safety of our students, and of the adults who work on their behalf.
One of Hackley’s many strengths is our sense of community. In addition to ensuring the smooth continuity of our academic program, we are giving special consideration to the ways in which we maintain our connections to one another during this time.
Hackley seeks to keep campus open to visitors, while also taking steps to mitigate risks for our students and employees. The school will continue to take reasonable and advisable precautions in order to minimize the impact of COVID-19 on the Hilltop and in our local communities. As recommended by the New York State Department of Health, we will follow guidance for COVID-19 prevention issued by the Centers for Disease Control, adopting all nine prevention strategies currently outlined for the 2021-2022 school year. Additionally, we will continue to adhere to Westchester County Department of Health requirements regarding public health matters.
This moment requires all of us to act in our shared best interest and to remember that we are part of a remarkable community whose unique character and strength draws upon our connection to one another. We value our partnership with students and their families in keeping our community safe and healthy.