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USD #511 District Plan For Safe Return To In-person Instruction

October 03, 2022

USD #511 District Plan For Safe Return To In-person Instruction.docx - Google Docs.pdf

 

 

District Plan for Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services

PART I.

Describe how the district will maintain the health and safety of students, educators, and other staff and the extent to which it has adopted policies, and a description of any such policies, on each of the following safety recommendations established by the CDC:

  1. Universal and correct wearing of masks.

Face coverings can be worn by any staff member, student, or visitor.  It is recommended but not required.  

  1. Modifying facilities to allow for physical distancing (e.g., use of cohorts/podding).

 

Due to our small student population physical distancing can be maintained when preferred.  We also allow our students to work outside as much as possible, weather permitting, and have incorporated an “Open Air” Physical Education class.

  1. Handwashing and respiratory etiquette.

District will continue with recommended hand washing stations at the entrances.   Students are taught to wash their hands, cover their mouth when coughing in all classrooms throughout the school district.  

  1. Cleaning and maintaining healthy facilities, including improving ventilation.

District will continue the daily cleaning of our buildings.  We have disinfectant spray machines to aide in this cleaning process.

  1. Contact tracing in combination with isolation and quarantine, in collaboration with the State, local, territorial, or Tribal health departments.

Contact tracing is no longer required or being done.  We continue to get updates 

  1. Diagnostic and screening testing.

 

Our students and families will work with our county health department and local medical facilities in the diagnostic and screen testing of positive COVID-19 cases.

  1. Efforts to provide vaccinations to school communities.

School district will work with local health departments to support the vaccination process with school communities.

  1. Appropriate accommodations for children with disabilities with respect to health and safety policies.

 

The school district will follow all accommodations mandated through the federal I.D.E.A law to ensure the needs of our students with disabilities are met.

  1. Coordination with State and local health officials.

The school district will continue its ongoing support and collaboration with our state and local health officials.

 

Part II.

Describe how the district will ensure continuity of services, including but not limited to:

  1. services to address students' academic needs 

As a district, we continue to service our students’ educational needs on campus, offering a large variety of platforms.  We continue to offer a large variety of classes including Career and Technical Education course, Egenuity courses, College courses, etc. 

  1. students' and staff social, emotional, mental health 

We received the MHIT grant to aid in providing a social worker on campus.  Currenlty this position remains vacant, but we are continually looking to fill it.  Our school counselor continues to have an open door policy to address andy social, emotion, or mental health needs that may arise.  In addition, we have a therapist from Horizon’s Mental Health who frequents our campus to provide therapy sessions. 

  1. other needs, which may include student health and food services.

In returning to campus, we continue to provide a robust option at lunch.  We offer the required foods on student trays, the option to supplement their meal with a robust salad and milk and juice for breakfast as well as milk for lunch.  In addition to the food offered, our elementary classrooms have snack time with the option of milk.  

 

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