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COVID Health & Safety

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In-person learning requires a layered approach to COVID-19 safety planning, including physical distancing when possible, vaccinations, wearing masks indoors, frequent hand washing, symptom screening, contact tracing, cough and sneeze etiquette, and other safety practices. Each strategy complements the others and work in concert to mitigate the overall risk of transmission. We will continue to assess our strategies and adapt our plan as we monitor community conditions. Currently, CDC guidance for fully vaccinated people recommends universal indoor masking for all teachers, staff, students, and visitors to K-12 schools, regardless of vaccination status. 

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Mask Up !

Students and staff will wear masks while indoors on school campuses and while on school buses regardless of vaccination status.

The general student population needs to be masked when indoors. Masks can be removed when eating and drinking, maintaining six feet of physical distancing (when possible). Masks may be removed during outdoor recess.

Masks are required indoors for all adults regardless of immunization status or whether students are present unless in an independent workspace and no one else is present.

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Hygiene & Health

Following practices of proper handwashingrespiratory etiquette, and monitoring symptoms.

Prior to coming to school, students and staff should conduct daily symptom checks and stay home if they are sick and do not feel well.

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Attestation Process

Students and staff are asked to complete a "Commitment to Conduct Daily Health Screening" form on Skyward before the start of school. 

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Vaccination  Requirements

 

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Social Distancing

Social distancing to minimize exposure and close contacts.

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Cleaning and Disinfecting

Custodial and maintenance staff will continue “high touch-point” cleaning as part of the daily routine.

  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces each night after students leave
  • When disinfecting surfaces, always follow the disinfectant instructions on the label.

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On Campus Modifications

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Volunteers & School Visitors

Prior to coming to school, volunteers and visitors should conduct daily symptom checks and stay home if they are sick and do not feel well.

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Athletics & Extra Curricular Activities

 

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Feeling Sick / Potential COVID Exposure

Questions and Answers