Return to In-Person Instruction

Graduates with Mr. Garth and Woods
The Invictus High School System will resume full-in person instruction beginning 10 January 2022.
This means that all regular instruction according to our school calendar will resume at all three campus locations. The resumption of in-person instruction extends to the night school program - details about Invictus High School Extension (IHSX) evening instruction can be found by clicking here.
While we are excited to see our students back in the school building, we want to remind the entire Invictus High School family of our continued commitment to the safety and wellness of our community as we proceed cautiously through the pandemic environment.
Masks are mandatory: Presently, the school is following the best recommendations from public health experts like the CDC, which recommends masks to reduce the spread of COVID-19 regardless of vaccination status.  While accessing school facilities and functions, all students, faculty, and families are expected to wear a mask for the safety of our entire community.
Health Self-Assessments: Before accessing campus, please consider if you have any symptoms related to COVID-19 and/or if you have been exposed to an individual known or suspected to have COVID-19.  If you do not feel well, please do not come to campus.  Reach out to your homeroom teacher, working remotely may be an option for you temporarily.  Any exposure or symptoms should be reported to our COVID-19 Coordinator utilizing the COVID-19 Reporting Form, which may be accessed by clicking here.  Although the CDC has lowered quarantine recommendations to 5 days if no symptoms are present, the Invictus High School System will continue to follow our established and published protocols of up to 14 days for those who test positive for COVID-19 and/or are confirmed close contacts for individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19.
Breakfast and Lunch:  Our school breakfast and lunch program will resume on-campus, with appropriate social distancing protocol (i.e., 6 feet of distance between individuals who are eating) in place.
Sanitization and Workstation Safety:  Physical infrastructure changes made during the 2020/2021 academic year will remain in place as a precaution during the 2021/2022 academic year.  This includes clear barriers installed between workstations, sanitization stations at classroom entrances and high-traffic areas, decals notating 6 feet of distance in high-traffic areas, sanitization of workstations in between different student users, and the building’s cleaning teams disinfecting the school during evening cleanings.
Our full dedication to continuing to serve our students in person can be located in our Continuity of Service Plan, which can be accessed by clicking here.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to your homeroom teacher or your campus enrollment specialist.  A full faculty/staff directory can be accessed by clicking here.