Echo Horizon is in an online learning mode for the month of January, per LA County's strong recommendation for all schools. In February, we plan to return to our HYBRID LEARNING MODEL, which is in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We have been granted a waiver to bring back our students in Pre-K, K, Grade 1, and Grade 2. Small cohorts of other grades will be coming to campus, as well. Our Echo Center DHH scholars in grades Pre-K–G6 are approved for on-campus learning and social emotional activities.  


    Echo Horizon is actively monitoring the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and will be updating this website regularly to share information about the School’s preparations and responses. Should you have any questions, please email healthresponse@echohorizon.org. We are also following the CDC and California Department of Health guidelines on responding to the virus.

    The symptoms that are currently being seen with coronavirus (COVID-19) are fever, cough, and shortness of breath. If you experience the symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) or have reason to believe you have been exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19), call your healthcare provider before visiting a healthcare facility. Also check out this page from the CDC: What to do if you are sick.

Health and Safety

  • Carpool Reminders

  • Overview of Safeguards for Re-Opening Campus

  • Guiding Documents and Protocols from the LA County Department of Public Health

  • Health Screening

  • Personal Protection Protocols

  • COVID Compliance Team

  • Hygiene, Safety, and Ventilation Measures (SSS)

  • Visitor Restrictions

  • Student Support

Communication and Response

  • Covid-19 Communication Updates

  • Notification (our policy on contact)

  • Isolation

  • Response to Positive Case

  • Echo Online Communication

How to Talk to Children About Coronavirus

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