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Leveled School Operations Plan 2020-2021
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Level 1 -
"Normal with Precautions"
Level 2 -
"A/B School Days"
Level 3 -
"Soft Closure/School-at-Home"
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ConditionsMinimal Spread
-Evidence of isolated cases, no evidence of exposure in large communal settings.
Moderate Spread
-Evidence of transmission with high likelihood or confirmed exposure within communal settings.
Substantial Spread
-Evidence of large-scale community transmission with the healthcare system signifcantly impacted and multiple cases within communal settings.
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Safety Measures-Increased cleaning and disinfecting of facilities. -Masks provided for students and staff. Social distancing, as possible. Masks encouraged when social distancing not possible, except for the deaf or hard of hearing. -Following CDC's Considerations for Schools. -Informational/reminder posters (example) throughout buildings. -Click here for more details on safety measures for levels 1 and 2.-Increased cleaning and disinfecting of facilities.
-Masks provided for students and staff. Social distancing, as possible. Masks required when social distancing not possible, except for the deaf or hard of hearing.
-Following CDC's Considerations for Schools.
-Informational/reminder posters (example) throughout buildings.
-Click here for more details on safety measures for levels 1 and 2.
-Deep cleaning of schools while no students and instructional staff are in the buildings.
-Following CDC's Considerations for Schools.
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Health Screening-Parents encouraged to check their children for symptoms of COVID-19 before sending them to school.-Parents encouraged to check their children for symptoms of COVID-19 before sending them to school.-Parents encouraged to continue to monitor their children for symptoms of COVID-19.
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Delivery of Instruction-On site, in person every school day.
-Online/paper packets for excused students.
-On site, in person 2 days per week with students divided into A and B groups.
-A Group will be at school on Mondays and Tuesday. B Group will be at school on Thursdays and Fridays.
-At-home work for students on out-of-school days.
-Online and paper packets provided for students to complete at home based on connectivity and preference.
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Student Attendance-On site, in person
-Parent excused with arrangements to receive assignments (considered school excused).
-Students at school 2 days per week.
-Student completion of 4 hrs of school work at home 3 days per week.
-Parent-excused with arrangements to receive assignments (considered school excused).
-Attendance based on student completion of 4 hours worth of school work per school day.
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Special Education-Services provided on site according to IEPs.
-Adjustments made for students excused from school.
-Services provided on site according to IEPs.
-Adjustments made for students excused from school.
-Services provided remotely through technology, as possible, for students not at school.
-Services provided remotely through technology, as possible.
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Employee Duties-On site, in person every school day.
-Adjusted duties for employees (with physician verification of being in an at-risk category) who work from home.
-On site, in person every school day.
-Adjusted duties for employees (with physician verification of being in an at-risk category) who work from home.
-Instructional staff provide remote support to students on the non-school day.
-Employees work from home, as possible.
-Limited number of employees working on site, as needed.
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Food Services-Meals served to students on site with adjustments to meal times/locations to allow for social distancing.-Meals served to students on site with adjustments to meal times/locations to allow for social distancing.
-Meals available for pick up for students who are not at school.
-Meals served at one location for pick up for all children 18 years old and younger.
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Transportation-Social distancing on buses, as much as possible. Masks required when social distancing not possible.
-Hand sanitizer available on buses.
-Possible adjustements to bus routes.
-Social distancing on buses as much as possible. Masks required when social distancing not possible.
-Hand sanitizer available on buses.
-Possible adjustments to bus routes.
-No student transportation.
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Visitors to Schools-Limited number of visitors to schools at one time.
-Masks encouraged for visitors.
-Limited number of visitors to schools at one time.
-Masks required for visitors.
-No visitors or students at school.
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Extracurricular Activities-As scheduled using protocols for youth activities from the Idaho Rebounds Plan and the CDC's Considerations for Youth Sports.
-Limited number of spectators at competitions with masks encouraged.
-As scheduled using protocols for youth activities from the Idaho Rebounds Plan and the CDC's Considerations for Youth Sports.
-Limited number of spectators at competitions with masks encouraged.
-No concessions at athletic events.
-Teams divided into smaller groups (12 or less) for separate practices.
-All extra-curricular practices, meetings, and competitions cancelled.
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Building Use by Outside Groups-Limited use, with principal/designee approval.-Limited use of buildings for youth support activities, with principal/designee approval.-No outside organization use of buildings.
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District & School Offices-District and school office staff working onsite, regular hours.-District and school office staff working onsite, regular hours.-Limited number of office staff on site for limited hours (10:00 am to 2:00 pm), other office staff working from home as possible.
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updated & approved 3/8/21*Decisions regarding the level at which schools will be operationg will be made by our district's school board in consultation with Southwest District Health, along with guidance for the Idaho Back to School Framework 2020.
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