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Dancing Moose Pandemic Protocols
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Level 1 Red
High Risk
Level 2 Orange
Moderate Risk
Level 3 Yellow
Low Risk
Level 4 Green
New Normal
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Student BodyStudent BodyStudent BodyStudent Body
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-Children of Essential Care Industry Employees are given priority enrollment
-Group sizes no larger than 10
-Children of Essential Care Industry Employees are given priority enrollment but more openings are made available
-Group sizes no larger than 20
-Enrollment open for all families
-Group sizes no larger than 50
-No limit
-Group sizes resume to normal
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School AccessSchool AccessSchool AccessSchool Access
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-Only select admin, teachers scheduled to be with children
-Parents drop-off and pick-up outside
-Teachers scheduled on-site based on voluntary basis
-Hand washing is expected for staff & students upon entering the school
-If there is a confirmed case at the school, the health department will offer guidance on protocols and parents will be notified
-Only admin, teachers and current students allowed in school
-Parents drop-off and pick-up outside
-Teachers scheduled on-site based on voluntary basis
-Hand washing is expected for staff & students upon entering the school
-If there is a confirmed case at the school, the health department will offer guidance on protocols and parents will be notified
-Only admin, teachers and current students allowed in school
-Parents/Guardians may be allowed by appointment only
-No outside visitors are allowed
-Hand washing is expected for team members and students
-Parents/guardians must have a temperature check, mask and sanitize upon entering the school
-If there is a confirmed case at the school, the health department will offer guidance on protocols and parents will be notified
-Access inside the school by visitors is by appointment only and with limited facility access
-Handwashing is expected for staff, students and all vistors upon entering the school
-Parents/guardians and visitors must sanitize upon entering the school
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Daily ScreeningDaily ScreeningDaily ScreeningDaily Screening
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All Student & Team Screened Twice per Day for:
-Fever 100.4+
-Dry Cough
-Shortness of Breath
-Sore Throat
-Loss of Taste
-Nausea/Vomiting/Diarrhea
-Muscle aches/pains
-Pending Test Results
All Student & Team Screened once per day for:
-Fever 100.4+
-Dry Cough
-Shortness of Breath
-Sore Throat
-Loss of Taste
-Nausea/Vomiting/Diarrhea
-Muscle aches/pains
-Pending Test Results
All Student & Team Screened once per day for:
-Fever 100.4+
-Dry Cough
-Shortness of Breath
-Sore Throat
-Loss of Taste
-Nausea/Vomiting/Diarrhea
-Muscle aches/pains
-Pending Test Results
All students and team are screened once per day for signs of contagious symptoms.

-Traveling restrictions mostly lifted, self-monitor sympotms 14 days upon return; avoid areas of high transmission
-For any travel, use appropriate precautions; avoid high-risk areas
-Do not interact with sympomatic individuals
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Contact TracingContact TracingContact TracingContact Tracing
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-Direct contact with someone with pending or confirmed COVID Case must stay home.
-If a family/household member exhibits any symptoms above, the student or team member must stay home until a negative test result for the sick member is received.
-Direct contact with someone with pending or confirmed COVID Case must stay home.
-If a family/household member exhibits any symptoms above, the student or team member must stay home until a negative test result for the sick member is received.
-Direct contact with someone with pending or confirmed COVID Case must stay home.
-If a family/household member exhibits any symptoms above, the student or team member must be monitored twice per day until a negative test result is received.
-Direct contact with someone with pending or confirmed COVID Case must stay home.
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TravelTravelTravelTravel
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-Ban on all non-essential travel (if a student or team member travels away from home, they must self-quarantine for 14 days upon returning.)-Ban on all non-essential travel (if a student or team member travels away from home, they must self-quarantine for 14 days upon returning.)-Non-essential travel is discouraged.
-If a team member or family does travel to an orange or red state as designated by the CDC map, that individual should not return to school for at least 5 days upon return.
-If a student or team member travels away from home, they must self-monitor for symptoms twice per day for 14 days.
No restrictions on travel
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Physical DistancingPhysical DistancingPhysical DistancingPhysical Distancing
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-Groups restricted to maximum of 10 individuals (includes team members) in separate rooms
-No mixing of groups of children
-Staggered and restricted use of common spaces
-Marked spaces for seating & resting
-Children encouraged to be 6 feet apart as much as possible
-Children from the same household are kept in the same group whenever possible
-Groups restricted to maximum of 20 individuals (includes team members) in separate rooms
-No mixing of groups of children
-Staggered and restricted use of common spaces
-Marked spaces for seating & resting
-Children encouraged to be 6 feet apart as much as possible
-Social interactions in groups 50 or fewer; this may be incrementally increased based on data & milestone trends
-Mixing of groups of children is limited to extended day
-Staggered use of common spaces
-Children encouraged to be 6 feet apart as much as possible
-Community takes reasonable precautions
-Interactions allowable in larger groups, with strict hygiene measures and symptom monitoring
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Face coveringsFace coveringsFace coveringsFace coverings
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-Children are not required to wear face masks
-Staff may choose to wear a mask in the classroom but must wear a mask when leaving their home room and coming within 6 feet of another child or team member
-Admin must wear a mask when interacting with students at drop-off and pick-up

*Cloth face coverings should not be placed on young children under the age of 2, anyone who has trouble breathing or is unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance
-Children are not required to wear face masks
-Staff may choose to wear a mask in the classroom but must wear a mask when leaving their home room and coming within 6 feet of another child or team member
-Admin must wear a mask when interacting with students at drop-off and pick-up
-Children are not required to wear face masks
-Staff may choose to wear a mask in the classroom but must wear a mask when leaving their home room and coming within 6 feet of another child or team member
-Admin must wear a mask when interacting with students at drop-off and pick-up
-Parent/sGuardians should wear facemasks when in the facility
-The County guidelines for face coverings should be followed
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SanitationSanitationSanitationSanitation
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-All Individuals must wash hands with soap and running water upon arrival
-Handwashing scheduled in the student’s daily routine
-High-touch common surfaces cleaned and sanitized at a minimum of twice per day
-Classroom materials cleaned and sanitized twice per day
-Playground equipment and toys sanitized between groups
-Restrooms cleaned twice per day
-All Individuals must wash hands with soap and running water upon arrival
-Handwashing scheduled in the student’s daily routine
-High-touch common surfaces cleaned and sanitized at a minimum of twice per day
-Classroom materials cleaned and sanitized twice per day
-Playground equipment and toys sanitized between groups
-Restrooms cleaned twice per day
-All Individuals must wash hands with soap and running water upon arrival
-Handwashing scheduled in the student’s daily routine
-High-touch common surfaces cleaned and sanitized at twice per day
-Classroom materials cleaned and sanitized once per day
-Playground equipment and toys sanitized between groups
-Restrooms cleaned twice per day
-All Individuals must wash hands with soap and running water upon arrival
-Handwashing scheduled in the student’s daily routine
-High-touch common surfaces cleaned and sanitized at twice per day
-Classroom materials cleaned and sanitized once per day
-Playground equipment and toys sanitized between groups
-Restrooms cleaned once per day
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Food ProtocolsFood ProtocolsFood ProtocolsFood Protocols
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-Family style snack and lunch is suspended
-Teachers serve food to all students
-Family style snack and lunch is suspended
-Teachers serve food to all students
-Family style snack and lunch is suspended
-Teachers serve food to all students
-Family style snack is suspended
-Family style lunch may resume
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Elements of the ProgramElements of the ProgramElements of the ProgramElements of the Program
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-A restricted selection of Montessori materials available at each program level
-Virtual visitors only
-Lessons and reminders given on safety practices: physical distancing, sneezing, coughing, touching face
-A restricted selection of Montessori materials available at each program level
-Virtual visitors only
-Lessons and reminders given on safety practices: physical distancing, sneezing, coughing, touching face
-A restricted selection of Montessori materials available at each program level
-Lessons and reminders given on safety practices: physical distancing, sneezing, coughing, touching face
-A full complement of Montessori materials available at each program level
-Lessons and reminders given on safety practices: physical distancing, sneezing, coughing, touching face
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