What are KCA’s plans regarding changes to the classroom, school environment and format of teaching for next school year due to COVID-19?
The administration has formed a task force to review educational and public health information pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic. Information from the Ukrainian Ministry of Health, the Ukrainian Ministry of Science and Education, and the U.S. CDC, among others, are being taken under advisement. The task force has begun working and aims to deliver their recommendations to school leadership by July 9. The 2020-21 school year starts on September 1.
What options is KCA considering in regards to the format for educating students next school year?
Our task force is considering multiple options, some include: 1. Classroom teaching, 2. Hybrid of classroom and online learning, 3. Home based online learning. Increased safety and public health measures will be followed on campus. In any case, KCA remains committed to providing quality Christian education.
Will KCA limit class sizes in 2020-2021 in response to COVID-19?
At this time, we are accepting students for all grades. We will also be accepting waiting list applications for the classes that reach their limit.
What disinfecting measures are being used to keep the campus sanitized and safe?
Our KCA Cleaning Staff have been doing an amazing job. Throughout the day they meticulously clean and sanitize bathrooms, floors and frequently touched surfaces like doors and tables. Gel hand sanitizer bottles are set in every room and the front entrance. Additionally, the use of digital, touch-free thermometers is under consideration for everyone entering the building.
Kyiv Christian Academy exists to help fulfill the Great Commission by partnering with missionary families to offer a quality education in the English language within the framework of a Biblical worldview.