Coronavirus Information

Medication Pickup UPDATE 3/14/20:

Dear SICS Families:

Our school nurse will be available for any medications that need to be picked up from SICS on Monday, March 16th from 9 am to 11 am.  Pickup will be only during the hours of 9 am to 11 am in the front of the Main Building. 

***PLEASE NOTE: We will not be able to offer any other times than Monday, March 16th from 9 am to 11 am.  


FOOD UPDATE: 3/14/20:

Dear SICS Families:

ALL students will have an opportunity to access the district’s food service provider, Sodexo, at the following meal centers during school closure:

Bowles, Commerce, Dorman, Glickman, Indian Orchard, Kensington, Liberty, Lincoln, Rebecca Johnson, Talmage

Warner, Washington

Breakfast and lunch meals will be available at each school’s front door between 11A and 1P Monday-Friday.  These meals are provided to any person 18 years old or younger.  No identification required. 


COVID-19 UPDATE 3/13/20: 

Dear Sabis® International Charter School Families (SICS):

After a 3-day deep clean we are closing the school for a minimum of two weeks.  This will be from Monday 3/16 to Friday 3/27.  We anticipate reopening on Monday 3/30.  Additional information to follow.


Dear Sabis® International Charter School Families (SICS):


Although local and national news reports are focused on the new coronavirus known as COVID-19, please be advised that the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MA DPH) reports that the risk to residents in Massachusetts remains low.

Though MA DPH reports the level of threat of the new coronavirus in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is low, we understand that families have important questions regarding the recent outbreak in the United States and abroad.

Please be advised the SICS nursing staff have been in constant contact with the MA DPH, and the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to receive updates to help ensure that we are abreast of the latest recommended guidelines to protect the safety of our students and staff.  SICS building services’ staff who typically sanitize and disinfect our schools during cold and flu season, have been directed to intensify those efforts, especially in high-touch areas.

As is general practice during flu season, nurses have been steadily reminding students and staff to take precautions such as washing hands often and with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; covering your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze; avoid touching your eyes; and staying home if sick especially with a fever.

We understand that COVID-19 and its spread is an ever-evolving health concern and we will continue to closely monitor the situation.  Nationally, the CDC today issued a Travel Health Alert for all United States residents, instructing travelers returning from countries with a Level 3 alert (currently China, South Korea, Iran, and Italy) to stay home and monitor their health for 14 days after returning to the US.

We will rely on guidance from the health authorities referred to above as well as local adult and pediatric healthcare providers in dealing with any state or local impact of COVID-19.


You are encouraged to visit online resources that will provide current COVID-19 updates at they are made available at:

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health:

The City of Springfield Department of Health and Human Services:

Department of Elementary & Secondary Education (DESE):…/information-on-the-outbrea

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