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Springwater: Update 4/5/21


Name of School, District or Program

Springwater Environmental Sciences School/Charter school Oregon City School District

Key Contact Person for this Plan

Greg Mylet

Phone Number of this Person


Email Address of this Person

Sectors and position titles of those who informed the plan

Greg Mylet-Principal

Tony Micelli-Counselor

Katie Rasoulli-Instructional Coordinator

April Newlon--Office administrator

Genovieve Sheesley/Holly Johnston--School board director

Kyle Laier--Assistant Superintendent Oregon City SD

Local public health office(s) or officers(s)

Kamryn Brown 971-227-1064 (School Liaison Health and Human Services Clackamas County)

Public Health Reporting


Close contact reporting form

Clackamas Health

Name of person Designated to Establish, Implement and Enforce Physical Distancing Requirements

Greg Mylet

In case of Greg’s absence it will be Mark Lapides

Intended Effective Dates for this Plan

Oct. 5, 2020

ESD Region

Clackamas ESD

  1. Please list efforts you have made to engage your community (public health information sharing, taking feedback on planning, etc.) in preparing for school in 2020-21. Include information on engagement with communities often underserved and marginalized and those communities disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.

We have sent out two surveys to families and received 55 completed surveys out of 130 families.  We also surveyed teachers.  Additionally, all teachers spend two half days considering equity and the impacts of any plans on our most vulnerable students.  We identified the following as considerations related to students being able to access learning:  

  • Students in IEPs
  • Working parents
  • Food/housing insecurity
  • Mental health concerns of parents and students
  • Time of the day that support and lessons were offered
  • Split houses--students going back and forth between houses
  • Technology capabilities
  • Access to books and other items (order materials)
  • Age of kids--very young kids

As of Feb. 1st 2021, we have sent out two additional survey seeking input from all families.  Over 90% of our families participated in these surveys.  I have reached out to 12 of our families who expressed struggles with distance learning and held two focus group meetings to seek input for planning.  

We know that for these students the continuity of educational services is critical in helping them continue to learn and grow.  School is the primary place where learning occurs.  We will be creating time at school during these student’s “off” days to help them accelerate learning in reading, writing and math.

  1. Indicate which instructional model will be used.

Select One:

On-Site Learning


Hybrid Learning

Comprehensive Distance Learning

  1. If you selected Comprehensive Distance Learning, you only have to fill out the green portion of the Operational Blueprint for Reentry (i.e., page 2 in the initial template).
  2. If you selected On-Site Learning or Hybrid Learning, you have to fill out the blue portion of the Operational Blueprint for Reentry (i.e., pages 3-19 in the initial template) and submit online. ( by August 17, 2020 or prior to the beginning of the 2020-21 school year.

* Note: Private schools are required to comply with only sections 1-3 of the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance.


This section must be completed by any school that is seeking to provide instruction through Comprehensive Distance Learning. For Private Schools, completing this section is optional (not required). Schools providing On-Site or Hybrid Instructional Models do not need to complete this section.

Describe why you are selecting Comprehensive Distance Learning as the school’s Instructional Model for the effective dates of this plan.

In completing this portion of the Blueprint you are attesting that you have reviewed the Comprehensive Distance Learning Guidance. Here is a link to the overview of CDL Requirements. Please name any requirements you need ODE to review for any possible flexibility or waiver.

Describe the school’s plan, including the anticipated timeline, for returning to Hybrid Learning or On-Site Learning consistent with the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance.

The remainder of this operational blueprint is not applicable to schools operating a Comprehensive Distance Learning Model.


This section must be completed by any school that is providing instruction through On-Site or Hybrid Instructional Models.

Schools providing Comprehensive Distance Learning Instructional Models do not need to complete this section unless the school is implementing the Limited In-Person Instruction provision under the Comprehensive Distance Learning guidance.

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  0. Community Health Metrics


The school currently meets the required metrics to successfully reopen for in-person instruction in an On-Site or Hybrid model. If this box cannot yet be checked, the school must return to Comprehensive Distance Learning but may be able to provide some in-person instruction through the exceptions noted below.


The school currently meets the exceptions required to provide in-person person education for students in grades K-3 (see section 0d(1) of the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance).


The school currently meets the exceptions required to provide limited in-person instruction for specific groups of students (see section 0d(2) of the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance).

The school currently meets the exceptions required for remote or rural schools in larger population counties to provide in-person instruction (see section 0d(3) of the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance).

The school currently meets the exceptions required for smaller population counties to provide in-person instruction (see section 0d(4) of the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance).

The school currently meets the exceptions required for schools in low population density counties (see section 0d(5) of the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance).

The school currently meets the exceptions required for small districts to provide in-person instruction (see section 0d(6) of the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance).


  1. Public Health Protocols


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

Springwater School follows the published Communicable Disease Guidelines from the Oregon Department of Education and the Oregon Health Authority.

We will additionally be following the guidance regarding school scenarios and school response to COVID cases in school and the community

Springwater school board policies:



  • Visual screening of all students and staff is outlined in 1e.
    Potentially symptomatic students will be isolated following guidance outlined in 1h.
  • Instructional Assistants and teachers will screen students entering the main building at a separate entrance for each grade level.  

Contact Tracing:

  • Contract tracing logs will be kept for each student/cohort
  • Using Google sheets logs in classroom areas
  • Transportation - Daily Driver Log Works (Google Sheet) - tracks sub drivers.  Versatrans shows students assigned to that route

Protocol to notify LPHA of confirmed case:

  • Greg, Mark or April will notify district nurse of student case
  • Springwater  nurse-Cheryl Sharkey
  • 503-747-8934
  • Greg, Mark or April will then notify Clackamas Public Health
  • Public Health Reporting

  • Kamryn Brown 971-227-1064 (School Liaison Health and Human Services Clackamas County)

  • Staff completes individual daily logs
  • Any internerant staff working at Springwater will keep a spreadsheet listing dates, locations and student contact names via Google Sheets.
  • SPDC provides contact tracing logs to district nurse
  • Close contact reporting form
  • District nurse to notify county LPHA
  • District nurse provide contact tracing logs to LPHA
  • Follow public health guidance 

Contact Tracing

  • Contract tracing logs will be kept for each student/cohort
  • We are using Google sheets to track students who are entering classrooms on a given day.
  • Transportation - Daily Driver Log Works (Google Sheet) - tracks sub drivers.  Versatrans shows students assigned to that route.

Outbreak plan:

  •  Springwater Environmental Sciences school will follow the Outbreak Protocol designed by ODE

Daily logs: 

  • Student cohort logs will be tracked in Google sheets
  • Individual staff will log their arrival.  April will check this log daily.  


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

1) All staff and students given the opportunity to self-identify as vulnerable or living with a vulnerable family member.


  • When possible, redeployed staff members assigned to on-line instructional support, work tasks without in-person contact, (i.e., maintenance projects, office work).

  • If it is not possible to work on-line, leave options will be provided to employees.


  • All students identified as vulnerable, either by a physician, or parent/guardian notification, will be enrolled in online instruction with weekly check-ins.

  •  Students who experience disability will continue to receive specially designed instruction.

  • Students with language services will continue to receive English Language Development.


Hybrid/Onsite Plan


  • Remove extra furniture to make more room
  • When possible, removing fabric-covered furniture
  • Assign seating to maximize physical distancing and minimize physical interaction.
  • Reconfigure each room so there is an individual desk for each child in the room.  The floor will be marked in 36ft2 areas so students understand and can visualize necessary distancing.

Classrooms in the main building (K-2)

  • These classrooms are 970 ft2 and can support up to 25 learners with revised guidelines of 3 foot social distancing.  Our cohort groups will be up to 22 students

Portable classrooms (3-8)

  • These classrooms are 640 ft2 and can support up to 25 learners with revised guidelines of 3 foot social distancing.  We will begin the school year with two cohorts of up to 22 students.  

K-3 and 4-8 will be supported by 2 Instructional Assistants (IAs), both to provide instructional support and in order to support/encourage physical distancing.

 Additional Considerations: Special education services will be planned and provided by the Director of Student Services  in collaboration with parents and teachers. Most SDI will be provided in co-taught lessons with special education and general education staff. Review itinerant staff services to maintain physical distancing. If physical distancing cannot be maintained with direct services, the IEP team will convene to determine appropriate next steps.

Itinerant Speech/Language Pathologist: one space in STEAM room designated for speech and language cohort groups.  SLP provided faceshield.

Elective courses:

Art will be provided for students grade K-5 weekly.  The art teacher will join students in the classroom once a week.  The art teacher will work with 3 classes per school day.  

Garden class will be provided weekly for students grade K-8.  This instruction will be done outside.

Marking on floors:

Each classroom entrance will have 13 stickers spaced 6 feet from each other with the animal mascot of that grade level; bats, oak leaves, salmon, etc.


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

  • Students will attend class in-person in the afternoon for 3 hours from 12:30-3:30 pm.
  • All students will attend 4 days a week.  On weeks with Friday Field Study, students will also attend from 12:30-3:30.  
  • All Students will have the opportunity to attend afternoon in-person lessons.
  • Each grade level will be considered a cohort.  (We have one class per grade and 23 students in the largest class.
  • There will never be more that 22 students in a classroom

  • Students (k-2) will use a bathroom pass system to limit the number of students in the restroom to one at a time.


Hybrid/Onsite Plan


  • A letter outlining the instructional model, the rationale and vision behind it and specific infection control measures will be shared with families through print, electronically and on the district website.
  • Additional communication regarding protocols will be shared with families and staff  prior to the start of on-site instruction.
  • Updated communication will be shared with families at least monthly or as updated information is available throughout the school year.

● The district safety committee (w/school nurse) will develop communication to staff, students and families on the infection control measures being implemented to prevent spread of disease (see communicable disease plan)

● The district safety committee (w/school nurse) will develop protocols for communicating with anyone who has come into close/sustained contact with a confirmed case or when a new case has been confirmed and how the district is responding. Letter templates


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

Screening questions

  1. All classes with outside doors will enter through the gate by the basketball hoops and line up on distancing dots outside the portable classroom doors.  
  2. Kindergarten will enter via doors to the cafeteria
  3. 1-2st graders will enter through the cafeteria doors by the restrooms.  They will then be met at the classroom door by their teacher and instructed to go to their seats in the classroom.
  4. Handwashing stations or hand-sanitizers will be placed by each entry.
  1. Students may also utilize classroom stations to wash hands.
  1. Teachers will screen kids as they enter the classrooms. Sample screening form.
  1. Any student showing or reporting symptoms
  1. Office will be notified
  2. Students will be sent to the office, entering the main building via doors near bathroom.
  1. Students arriving late to school
  1. They will check in at the front office
  2. April will screen students arriving late
  3. Parents will use touch-free sign in
  1.  Staff are required to report when they may have been exposed to COVID-19.
  2.  Staff are required to report when they have symptoms related to COVID-19.
  1.  Staff members are not responsible for screening other staff members for symptoms.

Screening Staff:

  • Staff are required to report to their supervisor when they may have been exposed to COVID-19.
  • Staff are required to report to their supervisor when they have symptoms related to COVID-19.
  • Staff members are not responsible for screening other staff members for symptoms.
  • Staff are required to put on a face mask upon entering the building and wearing one in common areas and classrooms.


Weekly note: During the principal’s weekly newsletter there will be a  reminder  to parents to report actual symptoms when calling students in sick as part of communicable disease surveillance.

Any student or staff known to have been exposed (e.g., by a household member) to COVID-19 shall not be allowed on campus until the passage of 10 calendar days after exposure and until symptoms (e.g., fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, headache) are improving.

Parents/guardians can provide information regarding existing conditions that cause coughing to be utilized for the purpose of screening, as previously existing coughs that are not worsening are not considered symptomatic of COVID-19.

We have rapid COVID test on campus to be used with students or staff showing COVID-like symptoms on campus.  We will provide positive results to OHA using this form.


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

  • We will utilize a stable group of parent volunteers to work specifically with small groups on Friday Field Study.  This group will be trained and work with only one cohort of students 6 Fridays during the school year.  Volunteers will need to wear mask when 6 feet of social distance cannot be maintained.
  • Essential visitors must sign in using google forms.
  • Essential Visitors will be visually screened for symptoms upon entry, using the Visitor Screening Document, and will not be allowed to enter if symptomatic. 
  • Essential visitors/staff are required to wash or sanitize their hands upon entry and exit.
  • Essential visitors/staff are required to wear masks while in the building,  in common areas or when physical distancing of six feet or more is not possible.

  •  All other volunteers will be unable to work in schools, or complete other volunteer activities that require in person interaction, at this time. Adults in schools are limited to essential personnel only.


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

Front office staff:

  • Plastic barrier will be provided for front office staff.  
  • Face coverings will be required for  front office staff any time:
  • They are interacting with staff or students inside the front office.
  • Interacting with students/staff who show signs of possible infection
  • Interacting with students/staff outside of the office
  • Facial coverings will be required in the front office.

Bus drivers:

  • Protocol will be established by OCSD
  • Anytime drivers are out of the bus interacting with staff, families or students a face covering is required.
  • Anytime drivers are in the building a face covering is required.

Elective teachers/Counselor/Instructional Assistants/Specialists:

  • Face coverings are required when working with whole class, small groups or individual students.
  • Face coverings are required when supervising large groups on playground/lunch when 6 feet of social distance cannot be maintained.

Classroom teachers

  • Face coverings are required when working with students.
  • Teachers in the room by themselves before or after students arrive do not need to wear face coverings. .

  Facial Coverings for students:

  • Required for all students grade K-12
  • Children of any age should not wear a face covering:

-If they have a medical condition that makes it difficult for them to breathe with a face covering;

-If they experience a disability that prevents them from wearing a face covering;

-They are unable to remove the face covering independently;

-While sleeping (ex: health room)

  • Face coverings cannot be required for use by children and should never prohibit or prevent access to instruction or activities


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

Refer to ODE  Communicable Disease Management Plan for appropriate isolation determination and processes.

  • Principal and Office Administrator will connect weekly with school nurse on updates for plan and isolation measures taken to that point.

  • All students who become ill at school with excludable symptoms will remain at school supervised by staff until parents can pick them up in the designated isolation area.

  • Student will be provided a facial covering (if they can safely wear one).

  • Staff should wear a facial covering and maintain physical distancing, but never leave a child unattended.
  • Student will be seated or rest lying down in the isolation area in the STEAM room with supervision by principal and through live video feed.

  • While exercising caution to maintain (ensure) safety is appropriate when working with children exhibiting symptoms, it is also critical that staff maintain sufficient composure and disposition so as not to unduly worry a student or family.

  • Staff will maintain student confidentiality as appropriate.

  • Daily logs must be maintained containing the following:

  • Name of students sent home for illness, cause of illness, time of onset, as per designated communicable disease surveillance logs; and
  • Name of students visiting the office for illness symptoms, even if not sent home, as per routine health logs

Staff and students with known or suspected COVID-19 cannot remain at school and should return only after their symptoms resolve and they are physically ready to return to school.

In no case can they return before:

  •  the passage of 10 calendar days after exposure; and
  • symptoms have been resolved for 72 hours without the use of anti-fever medications.


  2. Facilities and School Operations

Some activities and areas will have a higher risk for spread (e.g., band, choir, science labs, locker rooms). When engaging in these activities within the school setting, schools will need to consider additional physical distancing or conduct the activities outside (where feasible). Additionally, schools should consider sharing explicit risk statements for instructional and extra-curricular activities requiring additional considerations (see section 5f of the Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance).


(Note: Section 2a does not apply to private schools.)

Hybrid/Onsite Plan

  •  All students will be enrolled following the Oregon Department of Education guidelines.

  • No student will be dropped for non-attendance if they meet the following conditions:

  • Are identified as vulnerable, or otherwise considered to be part of a population vulnerable to infection with COVID-19  
  • Have COVID-19 symptoms for the past 14 days


(Note: Section 2b does not apply to private schools.)

Hybrid/Onsite Plan


  • In both the hybrid model and temporary comprehensive distance-learning model, attendance will be taken daily and by class period at the secondary level.
  • Students will be counted as present through at least one of the two-way communication methods listed below and within each 24-hour period on school days.
  • Students attending fully online due to vulnerable or medical conditions will have their attendance taken daily and by class period at the secondary level, as listed below.
  • Attendance verification within a 24 hour school period may include:
  • Synchronous classroom sessions
  • Email communication
  • Phone communication
  • Assignment submission
  • The attendance team will review individual and school-wide attendance data weekly.

 Attendance policies and plans will encourage staff and students to stay home if someone in their house is sick.

  • Office administrator will notify the principal when the absence rate has increased by 20% or more.

  • The principal will report this increase to the RN.

Teachers will use the daily health check in spreadsheet to document students with respiratory illness.


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

Clean and sanitize each device brought in for updates, repair, return, inventory, or redistribution.  

Update family survey: collect information about the numbers, types, and condition of devices used in their homes to support remote learning.

Facilitate the distribution of chromebooks/ipads as needed to support students in distance learning.  

Establish a distance learning/technology support staff member to help families with getting technology and troubleshooting access challenges.


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

  • Handwashing:
  • Provide age appropriate hand washing education, define appropriate times to wash hands, supervise hand washing before eating.
  •  Provide an outdoor station with multiple hand washing stations to facilitate handwashing while maintaining social distancing.
  • Provide hand sanitizer when hand washing is not available
  • Have hand sanitizing stations at the entrance to each classroom and common area.
  • Equipment: Each classroom will have it’s own playground equipment, balls etc.  At the end of each day this equipment will be sanitized.  
  • Students will wash hands (or sanitize) before and after playing on playground equipment.
  • Safety Drills: Safety drills at the start of the school year will be scheduled for all cohorts of students to participate:
  • September evacuation drill
  • Lockdown drills
  • Earthquake drills
  • Remaining drills will alternate monthly between cohorts.
  • Staff and students will follow distance requirements during exit of the building.
  • Re-entry to the building will be through an assigned entry point to reduce incidental contact.
  • Events: Field trips will be designed virtually for the school year. All assemblies, athletic events, practices, special performances, schoolwide parent meetings and other large gatherings will be cancelled or held in a virtual format.
  • Friday Field Study:  Cohorts will participate in Friday Field Study twice a month.  They will be led by the teacher and one assigned and trained parent volunteer per cohort.
  •  Transitions/Hallways: Hallway traffic direction marked to show travel flow Classroom line up: We will limit student lines by dismissing students directly from the classroom to outside and then having them , keeping more than 6 feet between cohort groups.
  • Line up areas are to be marked with visual cues to indicate adequate physical distance.
  • Classroom line up: Visual markers will be used around doorways and inside classrooms to support physical distancing during transitions.
  • Personal Property :Each classroom will have a limit on the number of personal items brought in to school.
  • A full list will be sent home prior to class starting with allowable items (e.g., refillable water bottles, school supplies, headphones/earbuds, cell phones, books, etc.).
  • If personal items are brought to school, they must be labeled prior to entering school and not shared with other students.
  • Students grades 3-8. All personal property brought to school will be carried by the student throughout the school day in their backpack/bag or kept at individual student desks.
  • Restrooms: Each cohort will have designated restroom schedules alleviating waiting and large groups. Restrooms will be sanitized once a day.
  • Use Sanibet to spray down all high touch surfaces.  Allow to stand for 10 minutes. Does not need to be rinsed.
  • Environment: When possible, windows will be open in the classroom before students arrive and after students leave. Each classroom will hold classes outside when possible and encourage students to spread out.
  • Ventilation will be set to bring in outside air continually.


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

Each cohort group will enter their classroom directly from the outdoor entrance.  Students will not enter the main building before entering classrooms.  The expectation for this will be K-2 students.  

  • Kindergartens will enter through the double doors outside kindergarten classroom
  • 1-2nd grade will enter through the gym entrance and then proceed directly to classroom entrance.

Late students will enter through the front entrance.  They will be checked in and then head outside to the entrance to their classroom.

Teachers will check students in/out using digital sign in at the classroom door.  

Handwashing stations or hand sanitizer dispensers will be placed near all entry doors and other high-traffic areas.

We have established a drop off/pick up map to ensure parents remain in vehicle during this time.  

  • We will provide parents with signs stating the name of students being picked up and the grade level.
  • We will have people stationed in the parking lot to notify teachers of parent arrivals.
  • Parents will need to stay in the car while students come out to meet them.  


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

  • Seating: Rearrange student desks and tables to at least 3 feet apart, when possible we will maintain as close to 6 feet as possible; assign seating so students are in the same seat at all times. Use tape on the floors as a reminder of social space.  
  • Materials: Each classroom will limit sharing of community supplies when possible (e.g., scissors, pencils, etc.). If needed to share, these items will be cleaned frequently. Hand sanitizer and tissues will be available for use by students and staff.
  • Handwashing:
  • All students will wash their hands upon building entry and prior to breakfast and lunch.
  • Additional hand washing opportunities will be provided throughout the school day.
  • Signage at each sink/hand washing station will remind students and staff of effective handwashing practices.


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

  • Playgrounds will remain closed for public use.
  • Schools will post adequate signs sharing this information with the public. At that point, classes may use the playground for recess on a staggered schedule throughout the school day.
  • Playground will be divided into 3 areas.
  • Playground
  • Soccer field
  • Basketball/Dirt hill
  •  Each cohort will be assigned an area to use for the week.
  • All playground structures will be disinfected daily.
  • Playground supplies: Each cohort group will use their own playground supplies (e.g., balls, jump ropes, etc.).
  • Before and after using playground equipment, students must wash hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with 60-95% alcohol.
  • Recess activities will be planned to support physical distancing and maintain stable cohorts. This can include limiting the number of students on one piece of equipment, at one game, etc.
  • Given the lessened capacity for equipment use due to cohorting and physical distancing requirements, teachers will need to set expectations for shared use of equipment by students and may need to support students with schedules for when specific equipment can be used.


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

  • Students will not be having meals at School but may be having snack.
  • Students will need to wash hands or  use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with 60-95% alcohol before and after eating.
  • Students will eat with cohorts in the cafeteria, covered garden classroom or outdoor tent.  
  • Tables will be cleaned and sanitized between meal periods.
  • Students will sit a minimum of 6 feet from each other.  
  • Students will need to wear face coverings while entering or leaving the eating area, and any time they are out of their seats.


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

Cleaning & Disinfecting Procedures:

  • Busses will be cleaned after two runs. Students in different cohorts will sit in alternating & staggered rows and the rows used will be different for each cohort.
  • All transportation vehicles will be fogged at the end of each school day
  • All drivers will wear masks

Parent & Community Communication:

  • District communication to parents will report bus stop distancing, bus entry, assigned seating, and bus exiting procedures and expectations


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

  • All frequently touched surfaces (e.g., playground equipment,  door handles, sink handles, drinking fountains, transport vehicles) and shared objects (e.g., toys, games, art supplies) will be cleaned between uses at 2 hour intervals.
  • Door handles, desks, and tables will be cleaned between cohort groups.

  • Ventilation systems will be checked and maintained monthly by maintenance staff.
  • Ventilation system will be on when students are in the room.
  • At least 2 windows will be open in each classroom with doors remaining open as well.
  • Teachers will use sanitizer daily on desks, chairs, and other high touch objects in the classroom.


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

  • Each school will provide age appropriate hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette education to endorse prevention.  This  may include signage in the school setting for health promotion
  • Schools will practice appropriate communicable disease isolation and exclusion measures.
  • COVID-19 specific infection control practices for staff and students will be communicated.
  • Information about immunization clinics will be provided to families.
  • Continuity of existing health management issues will have a plan for sustaining operations alongside COVID-19 specific planning (i.e. medication administration, diabetes management).
  • Each school will consult with RN as needed on health related issues.


Hybrid/Onsite Plan



Hybrid/Onsite Plan

We will be running our fire, earthquake and lockdown drills with students in LIPI.  We will run a drill every month with students who are attending class in person.  

Students must wash hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with 60-95% alcohol after a drill is complete.


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

  1. Tony, Mark, Greg and the classroom teacher will identify students who may demonstrate lagging social skills in the classrooms. 
  2. We will work as a team to develop these lagging socials skills and identify and reduce antecedent events and triggers for this student.
  3. We will create a proactive plan to allow self-regulation skill building sessions when the student is regulated.
  4. We will establish additional support staff and a safe, socially distanced location where the  student can reregulate should they become upset.


  3. Response to Outbreak



Hybrid/Onsite Plan

  • Greg, Mark or April will notify district nurse of student case
  • Springwater  nurse-Cheryl Sharkey
  • 503-747-8934
  • Greg, Mark or April will then notify Clackamas Public Health
  • Public Health Reporting

Follow protocols outlined in school scenarios in cooperation with Clackamas Public Health.  

  • The LPHA will provide school-centered communication and will potentially host conference calls.
  • When cases are identified in the local region a response team should be assembled within the district and responsibilities assigned within the school district.
  • Identify baseline absentee rates to determine if rates have increased by 20% or more.
  • Temporarily dismiss students attending Springwater in coordination with LPHA.
  •  Modify, postpone, or cancel large school events as coordinated with LPHA.
  • Work with LHD to establish timely communication with staff and families.  
  •  When novel viruses are identified in the school setting, and the incidence is low, the LPHA will provide a direct report to the district nurse on the diagnosed case. Likewise, the LPHA will impose restrictions on contacts.
  • Establish a specific emergency response framework with key stakeholders.
  • Stakeholders:  Cheryl Sharkey (nurse), District contact (Kyle Laier), Board chair (Holly Johnston)


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

  • In the event of a closure, Springwater will initiate the Comprehensive Distance Learning Model and Schedule.
  • The Principal and leadership team, with coordination and direction from  LPHA, will develop clear communication to staff, students and families on the criteria that must be met to resume on-site learning and relevant timelines as is possible.


Hybrid/Onsite Plan

  • Students who have been excluded from school due to exposure to the virus or potential exposure will be able access learning from a distance.
  • Student activities and work will be posted on each teacher's webpage and via Calvert Learning
  • Student will still be able to interact with teacher and classmates in morning virtual sessions.
  • Families will be provided a letter that describes the learning opportunities at home.  This letter will also outline the process to return to school.



This section must be completed by any public school that is providing instruction through On-Site or Hybrid Instructional Models.

Schools providing Comprehensive Distance Learning Instructional Models do not need to complete this section unless the school is implementing the Limited In-Person Instruction provision under the Comprehensive Distance Learning guidance.

This section does not apply to private schools.

We affirm that, in addition to meeting the requirements as outlined above, our school plan has met the collective requirements from ODE/OHA guidance related to the 2020-21 school year, including but not limited to requirements from:

We affirm that we cannot meet all of the collective requirements from ODE/OHA guidance related to the 2020-21 school year from:

We will continue to work towards meeting them and have noted and addressed which requirement(s) we are unable to meet in the table titled “Assurance Compliance and Timeline” below.


  4. Equity


  5. Instruction


  6. Family, Community, Engagement


  7. Mental, Social, and Emotional Health


  8. Staffing and Personnel

Assurance Compliance and Timeline
If a district/school cannot meet the requirements from the sections above, provide a plan and timeline to meet the requirement.

List Requirement(s) Not Met

Provide a Plan and Timeline to Meet Requirements

Include how/why the school is currently unable to meet them

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