Abrome is monitoring reports and information regarding the spread and effects of COVID-19. We will use the best available information from the most credible experts to make responsible decisions about operations at Abrome, and we will do so with the best interests of Abrome enrollees, their families, our extended community, and broader society in mind.

It is important that all of us in the community remember the Abrome principles:

  • Take care of yourself
  • Take care of others
  • Take care of the space

Our plans are going to evolve as the pandemic and local conditions change. We are currently using the same protocols that we used for the 2022-2023 academic year.

This webpage will always have the latest information on where we stand as a community as society responds to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Stay safe and take care of one another.

Note for those outside of the Abrome community: We see those who operate with an ethic of care and a commitment to equity, who believe that communities can come together to protect one another, and who are eager to lend support to those who are trying to create better alternatives as allies. Institutions that want to create safer spaces should feel free to adapt, copy, or steal our current or prior pandemic plans. We are also including below a copy of the updated Urgency of Equity Toolkit that school leaders, teachers and staff, and students and their families can use to help advocate for, or to justify the implementation of, a multilayered approach to protecting one another.