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COVID Resources

Policies, Procedures and Information about COVID-19 precautions

Gould takes great pride in our compassionate and successful response to the pandemic.  Constant vigilance is tough but the joy shines through as we celebrate with in-person learning and carry on school traditions.

Communications

August 10, 2022: Updated COVID guidelines and returning to campus in August - Message from Joanna Brown to parents, students and employees

May 25, 2022: Logistical changes to End of Year activities in light of rising numbers - Email to parents May 25

May 21, 2022: Community Transmission Level is High, Baccalaureate dinner will be moved outside - Email sent to parents May 21

May 17, 2022: Now requiring masks indoors - Email sent to parents May 17

May 13, 2022: We have replaced pooled testing with symptomatic and/or close contact antigen testing.

April 4, 2022:  We have changed our masking requirements to follow the current COVID Community Level for Oxford County, and made pooled testing optional for all Gould community members.  

March 16, 2022: Returning to campus, masking, covid testing after March break- Email sent to parents March 16, 2022

Notes about current strategy - Email newsletter sent January 14, 2022

Staggered plan for students' return to campus in January 2022 - Updates from Tao Smith December 31, 2021 

Return to campus, reminders and new policies - Updates from Tao Smith December 28, 2021

Covid Resources Contacts

  • Health questions can be directed to Joanna Brown, Director of Health Services.
  • Residential Life questions can be directed to the Administrator on Duty or Rob Manning, Dean of Community Life.
  • Academic questions can be directed to Brad Clarke, Assistant Head of School for Teaching & Learning.
  • Admissions questions can be directed to Greg Miller, Associate Director of Admissions
  • Finance questions can be directed to Dave Willis, Assistant Head of School for Finances.
  • You can find additional contacts here.
Gould is a small, co-ed, independent boarding school for grades 8-PG.  We are passionate about preparing academically motivated students for college, helping them to become independent-minded, ethical citizens who will lead lives of purpose, action, excellence, and compassion in a dynamic world.