Attendance

Regular attendance is important for the continuity of the child’s development, however parents are encouraged to keep children home for a cough, sore throat, rash,  discharge from eyes, ears or nose, or any other signs of illness. A child who has vomited, diarrhea or has had a fever in the last 48 hours will not be permitted to  come to school. Students may return to school 48 hours after fever has resolved without fever-reducing medication.  Stay tuned for updated information to health and wellness policies for COVID-19.

Please notify the school by emailing frontdesk@newschool.net when your child will be absent for any reason. To protect all children attending school, anyone with visible symptoms of what appears to be a contagious condition will be sent home. In the case of a chronic ailment, it is necessary to obtain a doctor’s statement establishing the non-contagious nature of the ailment. Any other important information regarding the child’s health—special need, allergies, etc.—should also be submitted in writing to the office.

COVID-19 Resources

We remain confident that we will overcome these challenges as we always have—together—with our students and our mission at the forefront of our minds.

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Decisions about school delays, closings and early dismissals are made for the safety of the majority of students in our community. Conditions may vary from one area to another. Sign Up for Text Alerts to receive the most current closing/delay information.

Alumni

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New School Family Association (NSFA)

The NSFA is committed to promoting and supporting The New School’s educational experience by fostering a spirit of community through open communication and cooperation between parents, students and faculty/staff.

Remember all parents, legal guardians, and grandparents of the current and alumni students enrolled at NSoL are part of the Family Association!

Discovering Us

“What the New School provides is a wonderful environment where children are able to become active learners. The added bonus is the level of respect they learn for their peers, their teachers and the environment. We couldn’t find that combination anywhere else.”

Marcy Radcliffe, New School Montessori Parent