Youth CRED (Credentially & Recognizing Excellence & Determination)

Youth CRED (Credentially & Recognizing Excellence & Determination)
Graphic: CRED participants Sophie Edelshain, Madeline Leibman, and Scarlett Presha

Y-C.R.E.D. or Youth C.R.E.D. held a free international online virtual one-day event on Thursday, October 14, 2021. "Y" CRED is an event especially designed for "Youth" that will include opportunities for bilingual conversations with classrooms around the world, interactive learning activities, exciting live presentations, on-demand sessions and so much more. More importantly, it answers the question, "WHY" learn a language? High School language learners will hear from older university peer learners and career professionals on how language has positively impacted their lives.  The website is https://theglobalseal.com/ycred   Today, French IV in Period 7, at Hills, did a wonderful job with Youth C.R.E.D.!  The students viewed and understood (very well!) the three principal speakers who shared their experiences as: a U.S. ambassador to France, an American living in Paris, and life and culture in Benin, West Africa. 
The students learned about study abroad programs at various American colleges, under "College Fair." Lastly, students were also impressed at how many "Can Do" statements they can satisfy in the Self-Assessment! 

CRED Participants
Pictured: Students Kerrin Sullivan and Riley Haworth
CRED Participant
Pictured: Student Katie August
CRED Participants

Pictured: Students Madison Duck and Hana Sehnawi
CRED Participants
Pictured: Students Sophie Edelshain, Madeline Leibman, and Scarlett Presha

COVID19 Updated Guidance

Sept 2022



WHEN TO STAY HOME: 

The New Jersey Department of Health recommends that students with the following symptoms or combination of symptoms be promptly isolated from others and excluded from school:


PLEASE STAY HOME AND NOTIFY YOUR NURSE IF YOUR CHILD HAS:

  • At least two of the following symptoms: fever (measure or subjective), chills, rigors (shivers), myalgia (muscle aches), headache, sore throat, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue, congestion, or runny nose;

    OR

  • At least one of the following symptoms: cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, new olfactory disorder, or new taste disorder.


REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION TO RETURN TO SCHOOL IF SYMPTOMS:


  • A medically supervised  negative  COVID19  PCR test or Rapid Antigen test is required to return to school for symptomatic individuals, even with an alternate diagnosis such as a positive strep or influenza swab.  This requirement for testing is for all students and staff, regardless of vaccination status. We can not accept home tests at this time to rule out COVID19.

  • Please notify the attendance officer or the school nurse office if your child is exhibiting Covid-19 compatible symptoms. 


IF COVID19 POSITIVE:


  • Please notify your school Nurse

  • Student will need to remain home for 5 days from symptom onset (symptom onset is considered day “0”)

  • Days 6-10: Students may return ONLY if no symptoms and fever free for 24 hours.  They must wear a well fitted mask at all time, indoor and outdoors, during this time frame while at school.

  •  Regardless of immunization status of other family members, those who are COVID 19 positive should be isolated from others in the household, if possible, for the full 10 days

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