COVID-19 Updates

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many recent changes to life, including how we carry out our commitment to educating our students while caring for their social and emotional needs. Families can access most recent COVID-19 related information on this webpage. 

2021-22 COVID-19 Information

Evansville Day School continues to monitor the local situation with regard to COVID-19. We believe that the ability to be flexible and nimble in our response to the challenges of COVID-19 is paramount. The information below is based on what we currently know and is subject to change as new information is provided.


Helpful Resources for Families

At Home Symptom Self-Screening

EDS Medical Policies (Updated Aug. 2021)

Safe Return Following Symptoms (Updated Aug. 2021)


Remote Learning

In the event we need to spend a period of time providing remote instruction, Evansville Day School will allow students to move forward with curriculum using virtual platforms, recorded video, and/or online synchronous learning tools that have appropriate features to ensure online security. One thing that remains consistent is that the physical and emotional well-being of our school community is our primary focus. Our learning structure supports flexibility and differentiation to support all learners. Our commitment remains strong in providing a developmentally appropriate academic experience for each child. 



Family Roles and Responsibilities

  • Establish routines and expectations with and for your child(ren).

  • Assist your child(ren) in identifying and preparing a quiet, clutter-free space where they can give their full attention to their work.

  • Review all emails from your child(ren)’s advisers and teachers. 

  • Regularly check grades and assignments posted on Canvas. (Middle & Upper School)

  • Help your child(ren) plan their work for the day and check in periodically to keep them focused and on task.

  • Provide regular opportunities for outdoor play and/or exercise.

  • Remain mindful of your child(ren)’s physical and emotional health.

  • As necessary, help your child(ren) log on to online classes and submit materials.

  • Report your child(ren)’s illness and absences to the school.

  • Communicate with your child(ren)’s teachers should there be challenges and/or concerns.