April 2021 Online Classes

Updated: 4 days ago


The number of people newly infected with the new coronavirus in Tokyo is increasing rapidly again. As reported, the government is expected to issue a state of emergency in Tokyo on Sunday, 25 April. Like the previous state of emergency, this state of emergency is unlikely to be requested by the government to be closed all at once.

However, in consideration of the transition of infected people in Tokyo and the issuance of a state of emergency, we have decided to hold online classes from Tuesday, 27 April, giving first priority to the safety of students and faculty members. On Monday, 26 April, face-to-face lessons will be held at school to distribute teaching materials and homework to be used during online lessons.


Since the state of emergency is scheduled until Tuesday, 11 May, the online class period is scheduled from Tuesday 27 April to Tuesday 11 May. This time, online classes will be held at the school's own discretion. For classes after Wednesday, 12 May, we will comprehensively judge requests from the government and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and decide on a policy, but at this stage we will hold classes as normal at school from Wednesday, 12 May.

However, even if the state of emergency is extended beyond Wednesday, 12 May, every Friday will be a regular school day, and you will be given guidance in your class, contact from the school, and your learning and life. Face-to-face lessons will be held based on the current situation. If there are any changes, we will notify you on the school's website and Facebook.


Current Schedule

26 April (Mon) - Come to school as usual

Teaching materials will be distributed for online classes

27 April (Tue) ~ 11 May (Tue) - Classes will be held on ZOOM

*29 April (Thu) ~ 9 May (Sun) - There are no classes

12 May (Wed) ~ Come to school as usual

*Even if online lessons are extended, face-to-face lessons will be held at school every Friday. Please bring your homework on the day you go to school.


Coronavirus countermeasures

  • Wear a mask at all times

  • Ventilate rooms

  • Gargle, wash your hands, and disinfect frequently

  • 3 Avoid C's (crowded / close / closed)

  • Don't go to places with a lot of people

  • Do not get together to eat, drink or have a party

  • If you have a fever, sore throat, or cough, go to the hospital immediately

  • If you have any problems, please contact the school


About face-to-face classes

  • Building No. 1 will be unlocked at 7 am. Students who want to avoid crowded trains should come to school early to study in the classroom in Building 1 until the class starts.

  • All students and faculty will wear masks, measure temperature, ventilate, wash and disinfect hands, and thoroughly implement social distancing.

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