Coronavirus Updates - 2020
Brooks is following direction provided by the World Health Organization (WHO), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) and independent school health consortiums to support our students, families and employees during the COVID-19 outbreak.
"I am entirely confident in our community's capacity to overcome all disruptions known and still unknown to us, and believe beyond a shadow of doubt that there is opportunity in this challenge to be at our best in ways we never imagined we would have to be."
Head of School John Packard
Campus Has Reopened!
Brooks School welcomed students back to campus to begin the 2020-2021 school year. As proud as we are of the distance learning plan and level of engagement given to it by students and faculty this past spring, we are happy to be physically together at school while staying connected with our students who opted to continue their studies online from home.
Visit our Returning to Campus page for all the details about our approach, the fall calendar, and COVID-19 testing updates.
Communications to Brooks' Community
April 27: Mr. Packard's video update to students
April 22 Mr. Packard's letter to the community
April 20 Mr. Packard's video update to students
April 13 Mr. Packard's video update to students
April 10 Brooks Community Cares Fund introduced
April 6 email to accepted students about the arts
April 6 Mr. Packard’s video update to students
April 1 Mr. Packard webinar with accepted families
March 30 invite to current student talk + Packard's
March 26 webinar invitation to accepted students
March 26 video check-in with current students
March 26 update to alumni
March 25 welcome video to accepted students
March 25 webinar Invitation to parents
March 18 letter to Brooks community
March 15 update to accepted students
March 15 email to Brooks community
March 13 email to Brooks community
March 11 email to parents
March 2 email with pre-Break details
February 27 memo, parent newsletter
Watch our virtual Cum Laude ceremony, celebrated on May 6 with faculty speaker Doug Burbank and on-camera awarding to students across the globe.
Watch the March 26 virtual panels on Distance Learning & Academics and read a SUMMARY OF THE Q&A: