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2020-2021 Snook ISD Public Health Plan
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Snook ISD Public Health Plan

The conditions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic are continually evolving, and Snook ISD’s Safe Return-to-School plans will be constantly evaluated to adapt to the continuing trends of the COVID-19 virus, especially in the City of Snook and Burleson County.

Please know that Snook ISD will follow recommendations for school opening and operation from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), as well as state and local health officials. Circumstances related to COVID-19 may change throughout the coming school year, and this document will be updated as conditions change.


Table of Contents

Infection Control Measures

Health Screenings

Campus Operations

Learning Environments

Breakfast / Lunch

Athletics

Transportation

Visitors

Quarantine Procedures Related to COVID-19

Clinic Procedures Related to COVID-19

Notification Procedures Related to COVID-19

Return To School Criteria

Infection Control Measures

 

Health Screenings

Campus Operations

Learning Environments

 

Breakfast / Lunch

Athletics

Transportation

 

Visitors

Quarantine Procedures Related to COVID-19

Clinic Procedures Related to COVID-19

Notification Procedures Related to COVID-19  

Return To School Criteria

Definition of COVID-19 Symptoms  

In evaluating whether an individual has symptoms consistent with COVID-19, individuals will be asked if they have recently begun experiencing any of the following in a way that is not normal for them:

Definition of “Close Contact”

This document refers to “close contact” with an individual who is lab-confirmed to have COVID-19. Close contact is determined by an appropriate public health agency. For clarity, close contact is defined as:

  1. being directly exposed to infectious secretions (e.g., being coughed on while not wearing a mask or face shield); or
  2. being within 6 feet for a cumulative duration of 15 minutes; however, additional factors like case/contact masking (i.e., both the infectious individual and the potential close contact have been consistently and properly maks), ventilation, presence of dividers, and case symptomatology may affect this determination.

Either (A or (B) defines close contact if it occurred during the infectious period of the case, defined as two days prior to symptom onset to 10 days after symptom onset. In the case of asymptomatic individuals who are lab-confirmed with COVID-19, the infectious period is defined as two days prior to the confirming lab test and continuing for 10 days following the confirming lab test.