Check our COVID-19 updates page for the most up-to-date information. Updated 5.23.22 Learn More

COVID-19 Updates

Bellarmine Preparatory School is continuing to closely monitor the coronavirus also known as COVID-19. In helping you stay informed, please use the resources below: 

Important Messages:

2021-2022 School Year
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Our ability to provide a safe and healthy learning environment requires full support from all of our families.  If your child has traveled, engaged in large group activities, exposed to COVID and/or experiencing symptoms, please quarantine/isolate your child.  Please contact the school and we will work together to support your child until they are able to fully return to our programs. Please continue to inform the school by contacting Hannah Parra at and/or 253-563-0560. Tacoma Pierce County Health Department (TPCHD) has assigned Hannah Parra, a contact tracer and COVID investigator from AM-LLC., to support Bellarmine's efforts in keeping our community sfe. Hannah will work closely with the principal to provide continuity of care for our families.

The following information is collected and shared with TPCHD:
  • Your child's date of birth
  • Your contact information (ie phone number)
  • Date symptoms occurred (if any)
  • Date of close contact (if applies)
  • Date of test (rapid or PCR)
  • Result of test
  • Vaccination status, including booster
  • Inquiry about additional resources to support your family
  • Hannah Parra will provide information about the next steps in our process such as isolation/quarantine procedures.

2020-2021 School Year

Additional Updates and Resources - 2020-21 School Year:

Students and Parents: Please make sure to follow the Bellarmine Calendar.

2019-2020 School Year

Additional Updates and Resources - 2019-20 School Year:

Students and Parents: Please make sure to follow the Bellarmine Calendar.

Quick Links: 
Families can find up-to-date information, answers to frequently asked questions and links to more information from the Washington State Department of HealthNational Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department.