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School Level Implementation / Operational Opening Framework

Larimore Elementary
Cameron Coleman, Pricipal
August 1, 2021

Introduction

The Hazelwood School District was impacted in an unprecedented way by the emergence of the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), the causative agent of COVID 19. The profound negative impact of loss of in-person learning on the well-being of children has been well documented and thus we are preparing for the return of students to school for the 2021-2022 school year.

Since this pandemic has not ended, our schools need to be prepared to reduce the chance that anyone will acquire this infection during the school day and armed with protocols and procedures to respond to a case of infection. This implementational/operational plan is to ensure that schools have procedures and practices in place to mitigate the risk of exposure and infection and protocols to respond to a case of infection.

There are 15 sections in this guide.  This opening document is to be used as a supplement to the District Pandemic School opening Plan, actualizing the practices and procedures outlined in the plan.  Each section will outline the practices and procedures that will be in place that speak to the section topic. The topics are as follows:

    • Social distancing-We will make every attempt to social distance a minimum of 3 feet
    • Face coverings
    • Arrival (late arrival)
    • Restroom use
    • Hand washing/sanitizing
    • Special area subjects/Electives
    • Breakfast / Lunch
    • Emergency Drills
    • Social/emotional needs
    • Dismissal (early dismissal)
    • Use of Libraries
    • Classroom Supplies
    • Recess
    • Health Clinic
    • Other considerations

Each section will identify the items that schools must do and following each “must do” are the practices and procedures schools will have in place to ensure compliance with “must do”.

Social Distancing-
We will make every attempt to social distance a minimum of 3 feet

This section addresses:

    • Procedures for social distancing for hallways, classrooms, cafeteria, gym, playground
    • Practices that limit mixing of student groups
    • Having a contained area for parents when checking in/out students and a way to limit the number of parents in that space
    • Having a practice that excludes non-essential visitors in the building
Social Distancing
Social distancing of at least 6 feet remains one of the best preventative measures for reducing the spread of COVID 19.  It is recognized that this cannot be accomplished at all times, and distancing of at least 3 feet has been shown to reduce infections.  Please note that most individuals who spend more than 15 minutes within six feet of an individual who tested positive for COVID 19 will most likely be asked to quarantine.
Action Steps to Mitigate Risk

Assigned seats will be given within classrooms and when occupying common areas.  Small groups will be utilized as much as possible.  This will help limit mixing student groups.

Students will go immediately to designated classrooms upon arriving at school and will not congregate in hallways or common areas.

Desks in classrooms will be spaced as far apart as possible to allow for social distancing. We will make every attempt to social distance a minimum of 3 feet.

All non-essential furniture and soft porous will be removed

All meetings with staff and students will continue to be held virtually.

Vacant large communal spaces can be used as learning spaces to accommodate social distancing.

We will make every attempt to social distance a minimum of 3 feet.

Guests/parents will not be allowed in the building without a pre scheduled appointment.

Travel restrictions of guests will be based on the urgency of the situation.

Classroom-students will stay in seat all day to minimize movement

They will wear masks at all times;

Plexi glass separating students Line order will be the same each day

Seating charts will be kept current.

Bus-seating charts developed, one child per seat on but unless they come from the same household.

Hallway-floor markers are six feet apart placed on the walls; most hallways will be one way hallways when possible.

All doors will be one way in and one way out.

Teachers will keep the same line order at all times as students transition throughout the building;

masks will  be worn by all students and staff at all times while inside of the building.

restroom break schedule will be implemented to help adhere to CDC guidelines.

Breakfast/Lunch-Will happen in classrooms; videos will be played in order to encourage eating over talking; lunch and breakfast  will be brought to rooms. Extra trash cans will be purchased. Each lunch supervisor will deliver lunches.

Face Coverings

This section addresses:

    • Practices to ensure that all students will wear face coverings.
    • Procedures for teaching proper mask wearing
    • Procedures for students who come to school without a face covering
    • Procedures for essential visitors to your building who do not have a face covering
    • Procedures for students who do not comply with the face covering practice
Face Coverings

Face Coverings:

Face coverings is another one of the best preventative measures for reducing the spread of COVID 19.  Wearing a face covering greatly decreases your chance of becoming infected and infecting someone else when you are asymptomatic.  St. Louis County is currently under the mandate that all persons above age 9 (third grade) wear face covering when out in public.  Face coverings are one of the considerations that the St. Louis County Department of Health looks at when asking people to isolate and or quarantine.

Action Steps to Mitigate Risk

Parent communication via PeachJar, Blackboard and student delivery will inform parents of the face mask requirement.

Parents should send masks each day and the school will also have extra for students without masks.

All students will be required to keep masks on while inside the building.

Consistent failure to comply with the mask policy will result in intervention with and referral to the Social Emotional Support team.

Existing student and staff dress codes will apply to face-coverings that are worn.

All staff members and all other adults will wear face masks inside of the building at all times.

Mask break policy-Students will only be allowed to remove masks while eating/drinking during lunch and breakfast.

Arrival

This section addresses:

    • Procedures creating one-way entrances so that people entering the building are not passing or coming in close proximity of one another
    • Practices that limit mixing of student groups
    • Having areas where students can go to maintain social distancing-We will make every attempt to social distance a minimum of 3 feet.
    • Having procedures for parents to sign in students for late arrival.
Arrival

Arrival at school is often a time where areas become congested and many people are in areas in close proximity.  It is critical that schools design arrival so that areas do not become congested to reduce the risk of exposure and transmission of COVID 19. This is how we plan to mitigate risks during arrival.

Action Steps to Mitigate Risk

Bus riders will remain on the bus until 8:50. Students on the bus will be allowed in the building starting at 8:50 am through door number 2.

School busses will be de boarded one at a time by an administrator or designee only, with adequate travel distance between students.

When the administrator or designee  de boards the bus all students must report to class immediately.  Only an administrator or designee can deboard school busses.

Parent drop off will also begin at 8:50 am.  Students must remain inside parked cars in the car rider circle carpool line until signaled to enter through door # 17.

If a car rider or walker arrives to school after 9:00 am then they must enter through door# 1 to check in and receive a mask if necessary.

Walkers will enter the building through door number #2b. Staff members will check for masks and supply students with masks if necessary.

Upon entry into classrooms, students will use hand sanitizer.

Staff members will make sure that each student has on a mask upon entering the building.

Students or visitors who need masks will be provided with a mask by a staff member assigned to the entrance door.

Restroom Use

This section addresses:

    • Procedures for social distancing before, during and after restroom use
    • Procedures for limiting the number of students in a restroom at one time
    • Procedures for having the restrooms sanitized after restrooms are used
    • Procedures that limit mixing of student groups
Restroom Use

Restroom use is a time where students can congregate in a small enclosed area which can expose many people to germs and an area that is a high touch area, with people touching many handles (stall, toilet and urinal) during restroom use.

Action Steps to Mitigate Risk

All restrooms, including non-gender specific restrooms, will have every other stall or urinal out of service.

Classes will use a rotating schedule per social distancing. We will make every attempt to social distance a minimum of 3 feet.

The nurse will train/remind students of proper handwashing and restroom etiquette.

Teachers will have a supply of Dixie Cups and a covered water pitcher for each classroom.  Teachers will fill their water pitchers as needed.  Teachers will provide water breaks inside of the classroom.

Caution tape will surround the water fountains as a reminder for students not to drink from communal fountains.

There will be frequent verbal and visual announcements/prompts, cues/reminders for students to practice social distancing, and proper hygiene measures.

Administration and staff will utilize overhead announcements, signage  in restrooms and halls, and in person reminders when students are leaving and entering  the classroom to remind students of the expectations for restroom use.

Hand Washing / Sanitizing

This section addresses:

    • Procedures for hand washing when people enter the building, before and after outside activities or high touch activities, before and after lunch and whenever leaving or entering a classroom.
    • Procedures of how to teach proper hand washing in the classroom and placement of signage with reminders
    • How to get soap dispensers refilled quickly
Hand Washing/Sanitizing

Hand washing/sanitizing remains of the best preventative measures for reducing the spread of COVID 19.  It is proven that the main way that COVID 19 is spread is through touching something with COVID 19 germs on it and then touching your nose, mouth or eyes. Handwashing/sanitizing needs to be an integral part of the school day.

Action Steps to Mitigate Risks

2  custodians will be present during the day to keep the all cranks clean at the sinks, and water fountains.  Custodians' schedules will be staggered to accommodate lunch.

There will be parent education about and demonstration of proper handwashing to reinforce at school.

There will be no sharing of instructional materials or supplies.

Handwashing will be instructed, encouraged and expected in restrooms.  Hand sanitizing will be actively monitored by staff upon entry and exiting classrooms and any common area.

There will be a sanitizing schedule; restroom break schedule; and hand sanitizer protocol

There will be at least two scheduled hand sanitizing opportunities throughout the day with soap and water. Hand sanitizer will be used all throughout the day.

Restrooms will be cleaned throughout the day

Special Area Subjects / Electives

This section addresses:

    • Procedures for students to get to and from special/elective classes or teachers to get to and from classes
    • Procedures for sanitizing and disinfecting after each cohort of children
    • Procedures for social distancing. We will make every attempt to social distance a minimum of 3 feet during these classes if not in a regular classroom
    • Recognizes usage of alternative spaces (outside, gym, multi-purpose rooms)
Special Area Subjects

Having students experience the full experience of in-person instruction includes attendance in special areas (PE, Music, Art, Library) /elective classes. The amount of students attending these classes can create a mixture of students which can risk exposure if procedures are not in place to limit exposure.

Action Steps to Mitigate Risk

All special area teachers will go to classrooms instead of students traveling to special area classes..

PE teachers will collaborate with other special area and classroom teachers to facilitate games and activities that limit physical contact such as musical or math relays, art red light/green light, obstacle courses, dance competitions.

PE teachers will provide and model age-appropriate activities/games for children to play that will help them to maintain proper social distance while still gaining educational benefit from the activity.

Special area teachers will report to classrooms for 55 minute sessions.  PE will be held outside as weather permits.

Art, music, all departmentalized subjects, and Building

Futures will come to primary classrooms to limit the amount of movement

Breakfast / Lunch

Providing access to adequate breakfasts and lunches is a major function of schools. Many of our students may not have access to balanced meals at home due to food insecurity, especially during a pandemic.  Providing access to breakfast and lunch while social distancing can be a challenge. We will make every attempt to social distance a minimum of 3 feet.

This section addresses:

    • Procedures for students to have access to breakfast while maintaining social distancing. We will make every attempt to social distance a minimum of 3 feet
    • Procedures for students to eat breakfast and have that space sanitized after meals have been eaten and trash removed
    • Practices that limit mixing of student groups
    • Procedures for students to have access to lunch while maintaining social distancing. We will make every attempt to social distance a minimum of 3 feet
    • Procedures for students to eat lunch and have that space sanitized after meals have been eaten and trash removed
    • Practices that limit mixing of student groups
    • Procedures for cleaning schedule
    • Process for recognition of food allergies and alerting staff who is serving food
    • Process for cleaning areas of food allergens before and after eating.
Breakfast/Lunch

The cafeteria will no longer serve as the common area for students to eat breakfast and lunch.

Students will be monitored and supported in their classrooms for breakfast and lunch.
Action Steps to Mitigate Risk
  • breakfast will be delivered to the classrooms, each bag will placed on the desk for students
  • teacher will track the number of students who eat breakfast
  • students will sanitize hands before and after breakfast
  • one student at a time will throw away trash
  • cafeteria staff will collect unopened breakfast bags
  • lunch will be delivered to the classroom
  • teacher will call students one by one to get lunch container
  • Custodians will place large trash cans in the middle of the halls to collect trash. All staff, including administrator if necessary,  will assist with this transition.
  • Students will sanitize desks after lunch with a sanitizing wipe.
  • Teachers and custodians will clean student desks each night after dismissal.

Emergency Drills

This section addresses:

    • Social distancing- We will make every attempt to social distance a minimum of 3 feet. Procedures for all drills, but specifically for fire drills, earthquake drills, severe storm drills, active intruder drills and other drills that require people to be in close proximity to each other.
Emergency Drills

Emergency Drills are a part of the overall safety plan of every building and need to be in place to ensure safety of everyone in the building; however, social distancing expectations may make it more difficult to plan and ensure safety while preparing for or during an actual event such as a fire or severe storm.

We will make every attempt to social distance a minimum of 3 feet
Action Steps to Mitigate Risk

Staff only drill-Sick student drill
Staff only drill-Sick Staff member drill
Staff only drill-Isolation room drill

All school drill-Fire, Tornado, Earthquake, Intruder with CDC accommodations implemented

All school emergency safety drills will be conducted by individual grade level in order to mitigate risks of overcrowded doorways and hallways.

Drills will be conducted one grade level at a time to mitigate risk of exposure during drills.

Social / Emotional Needs

This section addresses:

    • Procedures for universal screening of all students
    • Procedures for an approach that provides mental health support for all students
    • Procedures in place for providing support for students who are identified as needing help on screener
    • Providing training to teachers and other staff on how to talk to and support students during a pandemic and psychological first aid
    • Procedures for conducting wellness checks for students who have had no contact with school for three days (in person and virtual)
    • Procedure for teachers to report students who may be exhibiting social/emotional/behavioral concerns.
    • Procedure for developing academic accommodations for students having difficulty concentrating or learning new information due to stress associated with the pandemic
Social-Emotional

Social-Emotional

Meeting students’ social/emotional needs are of utmost importance during a pandemic.  Children may feel worried, scared and isolated, which may lead to depression, high anxiety and suicidal ideations.  Meeting these needs should be the first step we take before meeting academic needs.
Action Steps to Mitigate Risk

The admin team will conduct virtual monthly community stakeholder briefings via Google meets.

Boys and Girls Club will hold social emotional virtual groups/lessons for students.

BAs/TAs will be assigned to students who lack parental support at home during virtual school days.

Building Futures project-based learning programs will engage students in community building. 

The admin team will provide professional development for teachers on how to implement social-emotional learning such as check-in prompts, mindfulness...

The admin team will do wellness check-ins with assigned staff members weekly.

Small groups for social-emotional support for students with similar interest and needs to connect weekly, girls group, boys group,

Teachers will work with counselors and HSC to include social-emotional themes into lesson plans

The admin team will engage with at least 20 different students each school day to ensure ongoing touchpoints from the school via classroom visits/observations, one to one check-ins, virtual parent conferences, and other school network support services interventions when appropriate.

The admin team and/or support teams will conduct Google meetings with at-risk students and families on a weekly basis.

    • Morning check ins and mindful moments daily
    • Counselors Choose Love Curriculum will be implemented
    • Rewards though citizenship for following CDC guidelines and social stories to correct behaviors
    • Each morning students will write inside of their positivity journals from 8:50-9:00.   School wide positive focus prompt for positivity journal.

Provide professional development on Restorative Practices

Dismissal

This section addresses:

    • Procedures creating one-way exits so that people exiting the building are not passing or coming in close proximity of one another
    • Practices that limit mixing of student groups
    • Having procedures for parents to sign out students for early dismissal limiting parent/guardians access to buildings
    • Procedures for students to get to buses, cars and to walking routes while maintaining social distances
Dismissal
Dismissal at school is often a time where areas become congested and many people are in areas in close proximity.  It is critical that schools design dismissal so that areas do not become congested to reduce the risk of exposure and transmission of COVID 19.
Action Steps to Mitigate Risk
Car Riders -- We will use the iDismiss app to assign students’ cars a number.  When staff identifies the car by number, that information will be transmitted via smart device app to the classroom Promethean Boards.  We will use a four point dismissal system to dismiss all student groups directly from classrooms.  *This will allow for us to be able to dismiss student groups/families safely with social distancing- We will make every attempt to social distance a minimum of 3 feet guidelines, the office will call for the family to be dismissed directly from classrooms to the car rider circle.

  • All bus riders are going to be dismissed directly from classrooms via the I-Dismiss app. through door number 17.
  • The bus monitor will wait with students in a socially distanced line at the front door.
  • Daycare van riders will be dismissed through door #2b via I-Dismiss app
  • All walkers will exit the building from the cafeteria door exit via I-Dismiss and four point contact dismissal procedure.
  • Several rooms  will be designated for late pickups.  Students will transition to the room and stay in the room six feet apart until the ride arrives. TA will walkie secretary to contact late car rider parents.
  • Early dismissal will be entered through each student's account on the I-Dismiss app to be displayed once teachers access accounts.

Use of Library

This section addresses:

    • Decision for a mobile library or library space use needs to be made
    • Sanitization or book quarantine process
    • Process for book borrowing
    • Process for limiting number of students and adults in the shared space
    • Practice for alternate space options if the library is not in use.
Use of Library
The library is a shared space with materials and supplies often needed by students for their education.

It is also a community space which will allow for more exposure and high touch areas.
Action Step to Mitigate Risk
  • Will be used for teachers' uninterrupted lunch breaks as an alternative to the teachers’ lounge.
  • mobile library will be utilized
  • the librarian will visit classrooms
  • library usage will be limited
  • all books that are returned must sit for 72 hours before cleaning and check-in
  • librarian will pre-select books for each classroom
  • the students will check books out from the cart
  • the library will not be open to students for casual browsing/use
  • The librarian will push-in to each classroom
  • The library will not be open to visitors

Classroom Supplies

This section addresses:

    • Practices to have individual supplies if possible
    • Procedure for supply handling and distribution
    • Individual supplies will be purchased for each student.
    • Process for quickly gathering supplies or supply replacement if necessary due to exposure
Classroom Supplies
Supplies for classroom instruction are an important part of curriculum and instruction; however, they can be very high touch items. Plans need to be made to address supplies and limit high touch supplies.
Action Steps to Mitigate Risk
  • Class supplies will not be shared and all classroom materials will be cleaned at the end of each school day by the custodial staff.  Materials that need to be cleaned will be identified and labeled by the classroom teacher.
  • Each student will have an individual academic manipulatives kit to be used for the entire school year.
  • Supply kits will be prepackaged for all students.

Recess

This section addresses

    • Recess activities that fall within CDC guidelines
    • Hygiene practices for recess participation
    • Staff responsibility for mitigating risk during recess
Recess
In these unprecedented times where students have experienced isolation, loneliness, boredom, and trauma, a thoughtfully planned recess can support students to feel safe, experience joy, and reconnect with their school. Recess has proven immense cognitive, social, emotional, and physical benefits even in the most ideal times.
Action Steps to Mitigate Risks

Recess will be staggered and scheduled to allow for appropriate social distancing. We will make every attempt to social distance a minimum of 3 feet.

Students will be encouraged to stand forward-facing in line to transition. 

Stickers/paint will be placed on the floor/ground in order to help students maintain a socially distanced line during transitions to and from recess.

Recess doors by the teachers lounge (12) will be exit doors from the playground.  Recess doors by the gym (14) will be entrance doors for the playground.

Keep groups together for the entire day, even at recess.

Students will wash hands before and after outdoor playground time.

PE teachers will provide and model age-appropriate activities/games for children to play that will help them to maintain at least six feet of space from others.

Staff will teach games that allow for physical distance.

Staff will Prepare for virtual game facilitation.

Students can continue to have access to play during the school day when they are in their classrooms by having resources for virtual games planned indoors.

Staff will work with students to design the space, develop rules and boundaries, and invent new games.

Hygiene is essential.

Students will utilize CDC recommended hygiene practices in all play spaces. Equipment will not be used and behavior changes like teaching students how to play games with space modifications will be encouraged.

We will bring play into the classroom whenever possible.

Single class recess will be an option.

School Nurse / Clinic Use

The school nurse clinic is a small space that is utilized for caring for sick and injured students and staff but must be mindful of cross contamination between healthy and sick students and staff.

This section addresses:

    • Procedures in place for care of sick students and staff
    • Location of primary and secondary isolation rooms.
    • First Aid classroom bags will be provided for in classroom care.
    • Food allergy protocols for classroom meals
Health ClinicAction Steps to Mitigate Risk
Sick Students/Staff
  • The school nurse will establish guidelines and procedures for the isolation room and screening process.
  • Staff must call the nurse prior to sending students for routine medical disbursements and non-emergencies.  This will allow for tighter traffic control in order to adhere to social distancing guidelines.
  • At the door assessments will be completed prior to entering the clinic.
  • Well child care and medication administration will occur at the doorway or in socially distanced chairs in the hallway (PRN inhalers for PE)
  • Only ill or injured students will be allowed in the clinic to minimize exposure to healthy children. We will make every attempt to social distance a minimum of 3 feet.
  • The clinic will NOT be utilized for rest breaks or bathroom use for the regular healthy population.
  • No OTC meds will be given to avoid masking symptoms of COVID-19 or Influenza.
Procedures in place for sick students
  • Students will report to the school nurse for assessment and if indicated, be placed in one of the 2  isolation rooms (Cub Castle)
  • Student(s) must wear a mask while in isolation.
  • Nurse will contact the parents or emergency contact for student pick up.
  • Pick up will occur within an hour of the phone call
  • The nurse or designated trained personnel will monitor the child until pick up
  • Contract tracing and reporting guidelines will be followed.
Procedures in place for sick staff
  • Nurse will be contacted.
  • Nurse will assess staff and determine need for staff to leave or go home
  • If staff member is recommended to go home, they will leave immediately
  • Administration and secretary will work on teacher coverage
  • Contract tracing and reporting guidelines will be followed
Identify an isolation room outside of the clinic area. Identify people who would be able to supervise that room, outside of clinic staff if you only have one clinic staff.
  • The primary isolation room is located inside the nurses clinic and will be monitored by school nurse or designated trained personnel.
  • The secondary isolation room is directly across the hall from the nurses clinic and will be monitored by the school nurse or designated trained personnel.
  • One student per isolation room is preferred however, if additional students are ill, students may share the isolation space if the symptoms are similar or if they are from the same household.
  • Social distancing and clear barriers will be used in the isolation rooms to keep children separated as space allows.
  • Isolation spaces will be cleaned within 24 hours when possible to allow airborne particles to settle or sooner if the space is needed for a sick student.
Classroom first aid bags to support in classroom care for healthy students to minimize exposure to germs in the nursing clinic.
  • Teachers will be provided a red fanny pack filled with first aid items to treat minor bumps and bruises in classrooms. The kit will include bandaids, vaseline, Q-tips, tooth savers, and gloves and all items will be refilled as needed by the school nurse.
Food allergy education and identification for classroom teachers
  • The nurse will provide a classroom list of food allergies and determine if airborne allergies need to be addressed for individual students.
  • EPI pens for individual students will be kept in a secure location in the classroom.
  • EPI pen training will be reviewed and return demonstration for all staff members.

Other Considerations

These considerations may not fit in any of the categories above but need to be outlined.

This section addresses:

    • Gender neutral bathrooms
    • Handwashing procedures
    • Soap dispensers
    • Student testing
    • IEP/504 meetings
    • Other school meetings (Staff meetings, family nights, PTA meetings)
Other ConsiderationsAction Steps to Mitigate Risk
Procedures for hand washing when people enter the building, before and after outside activities or high touch activities, before and after lunch and whenever leaving or entering a classroom.
  • Teachers will have hand sanitizer available upon entry into the classroom
  • Hand sanitizer will be used each time  prior to entering/exiting the classroom
  • Before lunch teacher will call students up one by one to sanitize hands
  • After lunch students will sanitize their hand with wipes or sanitizer/take restroom break
  • Any materials involved in high touch activities need to be sanitized after student use (learning material should be used by the same student as much as possible)
  • Teachers are to monitor that proper hand washing/sanitizing are in place daily
Procedures of how to teach proper hand washing in the classroom and placement of signage with reminders
  • Nurse will assist with creating handwashing video to share with students and staff
  • Share video with students, staff and community
  • Signs will be placed in restrooms to serve as visual reminder
How to get soap dispensers refilled quickly
  • Checklist will be initialed after each cleaning
  • If this is missed, staff member will notify office immediately (secretary will notify janitorial staff)
  • Janitor will have a walkie at all times
Procedures for testing students
  • Scheduled in advance, mask will be required
  • All meetings related to testing results need to be held virtually
  • Administering testing protocols  for students who remain virtual (recommending for students to come to the school)
Procedures for holding meetings for students
  • IEP meetings will be virtual (possibly on Fridays)
  • Students should be pulled when it least impacts reading instruction
  • SSD Staff should not push-in, pull out is recommended
  • Combine service minutes to half day or full day options to limit student transitions and maintain cohort groups
  • Required for all students in to wear a mask
  • Sneeze guards will be used when working in close proximity with students
Where is the gender-neutral bathroom outside of the clinic?

We have two gender-neutral bathrooms for students conveniently located next to the recess doors.

A unisex restroom is also located in the clinic; however, well students are not allowed to use during pandemic.
Staff meetings, family nights, PTA meetings, all meetings and IEPsWill still be held virtually


All communications about COVID will come directly from the district.  Standard protocols will be followed by the district.  Close contacts will be contacts directly. Communications dept will update dashboard

Nurse and principal will track students and support contact tracing needs, contact tracing training will be provided by the building principal and the school nurse.

Teachers and secretaries will immediately notify the nurse and principal of any cases so that contact tracing can be initiated asap.