Coronavirus (Covid-19) Collection
Scope and Contents
The collection consisits of materials realted to the Lawrenceville Schools response to the global pandemic casued by the Coronavirus (Covid-19) disease. Documents cover topics such as covid-19 testing and other health related topics, distance learning, distance working, changes in policies related to the pandemic, and re-opening.
- Creation: 2020
Conditions Governing Use
Single photocopies and digital photographs may be made for research purposes. Permission to publish materials from the collection must be requested from the Archivist. Researchers are responsible for determining any other copyright questions.
Biographical / Historical
The Coronavirus (Covid-19) disease was first discovered in Wuhan, China in December 2019. The disease quickly spread resulting in a global pandemic. In early March 2020 the Lawrenceville school choose not to resume in person classes and instead hold remote classes after spring break. Faculty and staff who could work from home were instructed to do so, with only essential employees continuing to work on campus. By October 2020 the school resumed in person classes with a hybrid model were some classes were held in person and others held remotely on Zoom. With students and staff returning to campus many new policies were implemented to reduce the spread of Covid-19, including wearing masks and standing 6 feet apart.
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Language of Materials
Collection is arranged alphabeticly by topic.
This Collection was processed by Stephanie Eder in October 2020
- Coronavirus (Covid-19)
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- Stephanie Eder
- 2020 October
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