A message from the Seisen Sakura Medal Book Bowl team.
Health & Safety
The health and safety of SIS students is of extreme importance and the school consistently endeavors to provide a safe learning environment.
All teachers, staff, and administrators are fully responsible for the safety of students. All parents and visitors to school are expected to sign in at the main office and wear the provided visitor ID. Comprehensive emergency procedures are in place to ensure safe and speedy evacuation in the event of fire, earthquake, or lockdown. To increase the awareness of emergency procedures, instructional and practice drills are held at regular intervals during the school year.The school also maintains the emergency contact information of all students.
Traffic Safety around the Seisen Campus
Read more about how we ensure the safety of all members of the community as they arrive at school on foot, by bike, by car or by bus.
The school understands the seriousness of food allergies. The school maintains a list of students with food allergies and shares this important information with the cafeteria staff. The parents are also expected to update their children’s allergy information at the beginning of the school year. To minimize the risk, the cafeteria staff consistently label the ingredients in food and beverages served. Two resident nurses are available to treat allergic reactions and they maintain emergency doses of students’ anti-allergy medication. However, it is important to note that the students and their parents are primarily responsible to minimize the risks associated with food allergies.
Current Families should log in to the secure portal for full updates on the developing Corona Virus situation.
World Health Organization Recommendations
WHO’s standard recommendations for the general public to reduce exposure to and transmission of a range of illnesses are as follows, which include hand and respiratory hygiene, and safe food practices:
- Frequently clean hands by using alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water;
- When coughing and sneezing cover mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue – throw tissue away immediately and wash hands;
- Avoid close contact with anyone who has fever and cough;
- If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing seek medical care early and share previous travel history with your health care provider;
- When visiting live markets in areas currently experiencing cases of novel coronavirus, avoid direct unprotected contact with live animals and surfaces in contact with animals;
- The consumption of raw or undercooked animal products should be avoided. Raw meat, milk or animal organs should be handled with care, to avoid cross-contamination with uncooked foods, as per good food safety practices.