Campus Reopening

Updated Campus Reopening Information - 2021

School Reopening Guidelines

  1. The health and safety of The Riviera Ridge School students and staff remains the top priority for our community, and The Riviera Ridge School has established clear plans and protocols to ensure the safety of students and staff for continued in-person learning and keeping our campus open and safe.

  2. The Riviera Ridge School has participated in all required training, reviewed all current guidelines, and updated all protocols required or mandated by the CDC, California Department of Education, Santa Barbara County Health Department, and Department of Social Services to determine we can continue to safely remain open for all faculty and staff and currently enrolled students to be on campus full-time, every day for full school days.

  3. The Administration and Academic Leadership Team have used the CDE comprehensive checklist of health and safety items, along with the most recent compliance checklist and CPP to manage our plans to remain open with one of the MVP|ABC plans in place. This checklist continues to be updated and reviewed per the consultation with the California Department of Public Health and the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (CAL-OSHA). 

  4. The Riviera Ridge School Administration continues in collaboration with our local health officials*, in making the final decision to safely remain open-on a daily or weekly basis as needed. *Santa Barbara County Health Officer | Dr. Henning Ansorg, MD, FACP

  5. Please see COVID-19 School Guidance Checklist or CPP document for more detailed information.

Heath and Safety

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  • On Campus Health and Safety

    For on-campus reopening, the following guidelines must be met (Marymount is in compliance with Requirements C-H):
    1. Local public health officials can ensure adequate tests and tracking/tracing resources are available for schools to reopen. 
    2. Sufficient duration of decline or stability of confirmed cases, hospitalizations, and deaths.
    3. School employees will have access to COVID-19 testing at regular and ongoing intervals.
    4. The School has sufficient protective equipment to comply with California Department of Public Health (CDPH) guidance for students and staff appropriate for each classification or duty, as well as relevant California Division of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal/OSHA) requirements.
    5. The School has a plan for an ongoing supply of protective equipment.
    6. The School has purchased a sufficient number of no-touch thermal scan thermometers for symptom screenings. 
    7. The School has access to enough school-appropriate cleaning supplies to continuously disinfect the school site in accordance with CDPH guidance. 
    8. The School can ensure sufficient supplies of hand sanitizer, soap, handwashing stations, tissues, no-touch trash cans, and paper towels.