Covid-19 Related Updates

We are planning to offer classes in-person and online in the 2021-22 academic year. We are working hard to serve you during this time, if you have questions, please email or call 503-597-9100. 

Covid Protocol Updated March 8, 2022

What to do if your child is sick (effective March 20, 2021)

Covid Protocols for the 2021-22 Academic Year, Fall, Winter

What to do if your child is sick (Winter Term)

Arrival and Departure Protocols for Beaverton and Salem

Frequently Asked Questions (we update these as we know them!)

Have you been affected by COVID-19? Resources and support available at Lines for Life, whether you need information, living assistance or mental and emotional health support, you are not alone. Please call 971-420-1028.

References of Interest:
Governor Kate Brown’s Mask For Schools Mandate (July 29)

General Quarantine Protocol (as of April 2021)

April 2021: Planning for Covid-19 Scenarios

January 18, 2021: ODE and OHA Guidance for Outdoor Instruction

Fall 2020 (updates regularly): Ready Schools, Safe Learners ODE Guidance

November 13: Governor Kate Brown mandates a “freeze” for Oregon for at least two weeks, perhaps longer for some areas. Voyagers Outside goes on hiatus.

August 18 – Guidance for Child Care Facilities

July 22 — Governor Brown’s K-12 guidance includes a new requirement that face coverings are required for all students in grades kindergarten and up and all staff in K-12. 

July 15 — Village Home announces NEW Voyagers Outside learning program in the Fresh Air

July 13 — Village Home Announces in-person, INDOOR offerings in the Fall Term are canceled. Rivers Day Program will meet online.

March 30th – Village Home announces it will offer Spring Term classes online.

March 11 – Village Home Closes due to Covid-19, one day before Governor Brown’s mandate
March 8
February 27

Helpful Links:

State Of Oregon, Ready Schools, Safe Learners

Johns Hopkins’ Reopening Policy Tracker

COVID 19 Healthdata by State
OregonLive Press Conferences
Oregon Health Authority
Centers for Disease Control
Johns Hopkins Covid Resource
Talking to Children About Covid-19