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Health and safety On-site and/or remote learning Team impactsFinancial impacts
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Phase 0:
stay at home order
● All schools closed to public access ● All learning remote● Alternative duties for most para-instructors
● Alternative duties for specials teachers (part of their schedule)
● Arrival and dismissal procedures new
● para-instructor positions unfilled (2 or 3)
● potential release of para-instructors if full funding does not come from the state
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Phase 1: partial return
small cohorts (up to 15 people in a classroom)
● Health screenings and sanitization upon arrival
● Pro-active teaching and encouragement of hygiene
● Frequent sanitizing
● Face coverings required in all areas
● Limited visitors to school
● Accommodations will be extended to students and staff who are required to quarantine due to exposure or potential exposure
● All school facilities closed to public rental
● Families may choose 100% remote learning
● Learning may be remote or on an alternating schedule -- up to two days per week on site or on-site every other week
● On-site classes divided into sub groups by last name -- two days on site/ two days remote or on-site every other week
● Possible shortened school days
● Possible change in classrooms for specials classes (ie tech class in the 2nd grade classroom, not in the library)
● No extra-curricular activities
● Scheduling on-site and remote teaching may involve partnering grades (ie K/1 remote, k/1 on-site)
● Need to support staff with school-aged children (16 staff members)
● Arrival and dismissal procedures new)
● Need to define and examine sped program
● Staff who work with a non-cohorted group of students required to wear masks and follow additional measures in alignment with health official guidance

● Increased sanitization costs
● Decreased substitute costs
● para-instructors position unfilled (1 or 2)
● Possible faculity fee for staff children day-care
● Facility safety measures (ie plexiglass at front desk, COVID isolation room)
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Phase 2:
full academic return
(static groups of 50 students)*
Hybrid reopening plan will occur for the first three weeks of school. See August 13 family letter for complete schedule.
● Health screenings and sanitization upon arrival
● Pro-active teaching and encouragement of hygiene
● Frequent sanitizing
● Face coverings required in all areas
● Limited visitors to school
● Accommodations will be extended to students and staff who are required to quarantine due to exposure or potential exposure
● All school facilities closed to public rental


● Student groups allowed to mix, with gatherings not to exceed 50 students (ie no assemblies, dances, etc.)
● Families may choose 100% remote learning for health related reasons
● On-site learning resumes with likley schedule modifications to stay under 50 students (esp. in middle school)
● Extra-curricular activities resume with no spectators
● Scheduling on-site and remote teaching may involve partnering grades (ie K/1 remote, k/1 on-site)
● Need to support staff with school-aged children (16 staff members)
● Arrival and dismissal procedures new
● Need to define and examine sped program
● Middle school schedule needs revision due to numbers that exceed 50
● Staff who work with a non-cohorted group of students required to wear masks and follow additional measures in alignment with health official guidance
● Increased sanitization costs
● Para-instructors positions filled
● Possible faculity fee for staff children day-care
● Facility safety measures (ie plexiglass at front desk, COVID isolation room)
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Phase 3:
full return (no limit on group size)
● Health screenings and sanitization upon arrival
● Pro-active teaching and encouragement of hygiene
● Frequent sanitizing
● Face coverings allowed
● Visitors to school allowed
● Accommodations will be extended to students and staff who are required to quarantine due to exposure or potential exposure
● School facilities open to public rental upon approval from Superintendent

● Students rotate through schedules and routines
● No limit on group size
● Extra-curriculars resume
● Need to define and examine sped program
● Team assignments when teammates elect to stay at home or are quaranties due to exposure
● Increased sanitization costs
● Para-instructors positions filled
● Facility safety measures (ie plexiglass at front desk, COVID isolation room)
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Visitors to schools limited
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Student groups allowed to mix, with gatherings not to exceed 50 students
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Face coverings recommended
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