The health and safety of the Adult Education instructors and participants as well as that of the staff and children utilizing our programs during the school day is of the utmost importance to us here at Community Education. Policies and safety recommendations are constantly being updated by the state and local Boards of Health as they follow the trends in infection rates throughout the state and county. There are hand washing and sanitizer stations throughout the schools and typically stationed near entrances. We encourage everyone entering the school buildings for Adult Ed programs to either wash their hands with soap and water or use hand sanitizer.
As of June, 16, 2022, Norfolk County has been updated to a low category for community transmission. Mask wearing is not required but is optional for anyone who chooses to do so. Additional updates and information regarding COVID-19 can be found by visiting Sharon’s Board of Health page.
We have updated our policies regarding canceling in person classes should cases in the area rise and we are no longer able to hold in person classes, Community Education will transition any classes into a virtual class if possible. Classes that cannot be held virtually (Volleyball, Basketball, or Badminton), participants will be provided with either a credit or refund upon request if an outdoor space cannot be reserved.