We ask for your continued patience as we navigate the challenges that COVID-19 has presented for our June 20-24, 2021 Summer Institute in Boston. We remain optimistic that we will be able to host The National Advancement Summer Institute for Catholic SchoolsTM at the Boston Marriott Quincy Hotel this summer, but at this time, we are still waiting for a few decisions to be made by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts that may impact some of the logistics.
Please check back in the coming weeks. We will let you know when we have more definite news.
Larry, Chris, and Tom
Gov. Charlie Baker announced the effective March 1, is Phase III, Step 2:
Phase III, Step 2:
On May 18, 2020, the Baker-Polito Administration released a four-phased plan to reopen the economy conditioned on sustained improvements in public health data. As of October, 2020, the reopening had proceeded to Step 2 of Phase III of the plan. On December 13, 2020, in response to an increase in new COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations following the Thanksgiving holiday, the Commonwealth returned to Step 1 of Phase III, reducing capacities across a broad range of sectors and tightening several other workplace restrictions.
Since the beginning of this year, key public health data, such as new cases and hospitalizations, have been closely monitored and a significant decline has been documented, allowing for a return to Step 2 of Phase III, effective March 1 for all cities and towns. This includes the following updates to businesses, activities and capacities:
- Indoor performance venues such as concert halls, theaters, and other indoor performance spaces will be allowed to reopen at 50% capacity with no more than 500 persons
- Indoor recreational activities with greater potential for contact (laser tag, roller skating, trampolines, obstacle courses) will be allowed to reopen at 50% capacity
- Capacity limits across all sectors with capacity limits will be raised to 50% and exclude employees
- Restaurants will no longer have a percent capacity limit and will be permitted to host musical performances; six-foot social distancing, limits of six people per table and 90 minute limits remain in place
Residents must continue to wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and are encouraged to avoid contact outside of their immediate households. The Travel Advisory and other public health orders remain in effect.
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join us in boston!
The National Enrollment Management Conference for Catholic SchoolsTM and
The National Advancement Conference for Catholic SchoolsTM
Sunday, June 20 to Thursday, June 24, 2021 in
Boston Quincy Marriott Hotel