Health and Safety Plan
Who We are
TISA’s mission is the heart of our community and this continues
to be the case in our planning and response to this pandemic.
We will engage as thoughtful, generous and resilient
members of our community.
We will empower one another to pursue
challenges with courage and a growth mindset.
We will inspire authentic and principled learning to
create our best future together.
Welcome Back to TISA
We are excited to be able to welcome back our students on campus. We will begin the school year welcoming all students on campus and will operate a full schedule. The health and safety of our students and staff continues to be our priority. In alignment with Azerbaijani government regulations and based on the current pandemic situation, we have revised some of our Health and Safety protocols related to COVID-19 for the 21-22 school year.
Our Health and Safety Plan is guided by the following principles:
The health and well-being of our students, staff and community will always be our priority.
TISA will follow the directives of the Azerbaijani Government and BP Occupational Health.
TISA will review guidance from the WHO, CDC and ECDC.
TISA will consult the experiences of CEESA schools and best practices of international schools around the world.
Our primary control measures to restrict virus occurrence and transmission on campus will be physical distancing, use of PPE, temperature measurements, observation for symptoms and enhanced personal and campus hygiene.
We have limited the number of students per room to ensure physical distancing, including coordinating and minimising the mixing of students before and after school.
Each division of the school will coordinate a schedule and guidelines according to the ages, learning needs and facility use of those grade levels as appropriate.
While we are excited to welcome everyone back to campus full time for the start of the 21-22 school year, we recognise the possibility of the pandemic situation necessitating us to change instructional models and are prepared to move to online learning should regulations require.
Students, parents and staff returning to the country are required to complete the self-quarantine regulations, if applicable, as determined by the Azerbaijani government.
Thank you for your understanding and continued support. We recognise there is a full range of personal opinions regarding COVID-19 and its contagion, risk or potential impact, and that we have a shared responsibility to mitigate the risks of transmission so that we can be on campus together, learning, and healthy.