From the Head of School

Hello  Visitation Families!

It has finally arrived; the last day of the 2019-2020 school year! If you are like me, I am sure there were times when you thought this day would never come. That said, while the last couple of months may not have been what we planned for, no one can deny it was a memorable school year. It was so exciting to see our entire community rally together to rise to the challenge of distance learning and knock it out of the park. I am so proud to be part of this strong and supportive Viz community.

As we wrap up this school year, we are already busy looking ahead to the next. As was communicated in the State of the School address, we are preparing for all possible scenarios for the fall including a routine opening on campus, a continuation of distance learning, or a hybrid of both. We want to ensure we have every possible scenario covered, keeping the health and safety of our students and their families and our faculty and staff and their families at the forefront, which is why a reopening task force has been assembled solely for this purpose.

We will remain in constant contact with public health officials and educational organizations around the globe and continue to follow the guidelines set forth by local health authorities and agencies to shape our decision-making. The goal is to arrive at a final decision regarding what the start of the 2020-2021 school year will look like in July, but rest assured, we will communicate plans to our families if we know sooner.

I would like to thank you all for your patience and understanding as we continue to navigate these uncertain waters. We will be in touch with information as soon as it is available. Enjoy the summer break!

In Christ,

David