COVID-19 Update

This page will be updated as information becomes available and as new questions arise.

Just as we have done since March of 2020, we are working closely with public health officials to determine the best safety protocols for our school community. As protocols change, we will communicate with our families, faculty, and staff, and will continue to update this page.

  • Are masks required?

    Masks are now optional on our campus. That said, we have a very few teachers or family members of teachers who are at heightened risk for serious complications from COVID due to medical conditions or treatments. Those teachers may ask students to please help protect them by wearing masks while in their classroom.

    Masks are still required on vans and buses for school transportation.

  • Does the school offer a COVID test?

    The Pima County Health Department has approved TGS as a "lab/testing site" for the rapid antigen tests. Five staff members are trained to do the testing on site. Students may be tested at school if staff determine that this should be done; however, a student must have a consent form on file to be tested.

    Antigen test FAQs

  • Is instruction in person for the 2021-22 school year?

    Yes. All instruction is in person, and we are building community by once again coming together for traditions and rituals that include division and grade-level activities, performing arts events, and athletic competitions. We’ve learned a great deal about how to modify some of those delivery systems to increase the safety of our community!

  • What other safety protocols are in place for in-person instruction?

    We are continuing safety protocols begun last year including frequent hand-washing, hand sanitizer available throughout campus, air purifiers in each classroom, social distancing, and outdoor learning spaces.

  • Are COVID-19 vaccinations required for all eligible students?

    While we are not requiring COVID vaccinations for enrollment and class attendance, vaccines are required for school-provided transportation such as interim week, athletics, and other group travel. For students age 18 and older, fully vaccinated means having received a booster when eligible.

    We invite families to self-report COVID vaccines by emailing proof of vaccination to Ms. Joyce Caughron, our receptionist in Zeskind Hall (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).  As with all other medical information already required by the school, this information will be kept confidential.

  • Are visitors permitted on campus and are they be screened?

    Visitors to the school such as vendors and prospective families continue to be required to stop at the security gate for a health screening. Visitors are encouraged to conduct business by email or phone whenever possible.

  • How does the lunch program work?

    SAGE Dining is serving fresh lunches made on-site, including hot options served by SAGE staff and a large selection of grab-and-go sandwiches, salads, and fruit in the dining hall. Students will line up outside of the dining hall and will be admitted inside in small groups to select their lunches. Students will eat outside. 

  • Where can I find the school's COVID waiver?

  • Where can I find more information about COVID-19 for families in our community?

    Pima County maintains a Combined COVID-19 Information and Resources page focusing on local programs and opportunities, as well as information for schools and parents. In addition, they offer a "When to go Back to School" tool, to help parents navigate if their student contracts or is exposed to COVID-19.

3231 N. Craycroft Road, Tucson, AZ 85712
Phone: (520) 327-6395
Fax: (520) 327-8276
The Gregory School is an independent, private,
non-profit 501(C)(3), coed day school for grades 5-12.