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WHEN IN DOUBT, ALWAYS GO WITH THE SAFER OPTION!
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Garfield Re-2 will follow all public health protocols with fidelity.
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Enforce strict mask wearing. AKA masks at ALL times unless alone in a room or eating/drinking.
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Keep a minimum distance 6 ft between yourself and others
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Follow proper handwashing and universal precautions
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Level Green: Protect Our NeighborsLevel Blue: CautionLevel Yellow: Concern
Garfield Re-2 Non-negotiables
Level Orange: High Risk
Garfield Re-2 Non-negotiables
Level Red: Severe RiskLevel Purple: Extreme Risk
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Daily School OperationsIn person learningIn person learning if possible.In person learning if possible.In person learning if possible.Begin conversations about local community or district-wide hybrid option.100% online
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Outside organizationsTBAPresentations from outside organizations (1 or 2 representatives) allowed provided contact with one cohort group per 4-day week or virtual.Presentations from outside organizations (1 or 2 representatives) allowed provided contact with one cohort group per 4-day week or virtual.Presentations from outside organizations (1 or 2 representatives) allowed provided contact with one cohort group per 4-day week or virtual.Not allowed; Virtual onlyNot allowed; Virtual only
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Parent visitorsTBAParents allowed for visits only by appointment with face coverings, 6-foot distancing, cohorting, temperature check, wellness screenings. Keep a log of contacts over the 15 minute mark.Parents allowed for 15 minute visits only by appointment with face coverings, 6-foot distancing, cohorting, temperature check, wellness screeningsParents allowed for 15 minute visits only by appointment with face coverings, 6-foot distancing, cohorting, temperature check, wellness screeningsParent visitors not allowedParent visitors not allowed
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Volunteers in schoolsTBAVolunteers allowed to work between scholols or cohorts with a week's buffer between visits.
Volunteers allowed to work within one school and one cohort.
Volunteers to help small groups, clean high traffic areas, or duty work.
Volunteers allowed to work within one school and one cohort.
Volunteers to help small groups, clean high traffic areas, or duty work.
No volunteersNo volunteers
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PTAC, Team Planning, BLT meetings, Collaboration Days,TBAPTAC, team planning, BLT meetings can be held in person with masking and 6 foot distancing with a maximum of 50 people in any given room or 50% of that rooms capacity, which ever is less. Outdoor meetings are limited to 50 people with six foot distancing and masking. PTAC, team planning, BLT meetings can be held in person with masking and 6 foot distancing with a maximum of 25 people in any given room. or 50% of that rooms capacity, which ever is less. Outdoor meetings are limited to 50 people with six foot distancing and masking. All staff meetings, PTAC, team plannings, BLT meetings, collaboration days etc. to be held virtually.All staff meetings, PTAC, team plannings, BLT meetings, collaboration days, etc. to be held virtually.N/A in remote learning
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Clubs & Field TripsTBAClubs with safety plan submitted and approved by Re-2 and reviewed by public healthClubs with safety plan submitted and approved by Re-2 and reviewed by public healthClubs with safety plan submitted and approved by Re-2 and reviewed by public healthNot allowedNot allowed
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SCHOOL WIDE ASSEMBLIES50% of capacity or 500 people whatever is smallest.Not allowed or virtualNot allowed or virtualNot allowed or virtualNot Allowed or virtualNot Allowed or virtual
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Teacher loungesTBAMasked (unless eating) and 6 foot distancing with a maximum of 10 people in any given room.
Consider outdoor dining (if it is warm enough) In your car does not count as outdoor dining.
Masked (unless eating) and 6 foot distancing with a maximum of 10 people in any given room.
Consider outdoor dining (if it is warm enough) In your car does not count as outdoor dining.
ClosedClosedClosed
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Informal adult congregation in school buildingsTBAMinimal congregating around the copy machine, in the office, etc. Stay masked and use 6 foot distancing when possible. If 6 foot distancing is not maintained, keep contact under 15 minutesMinimal congregating around the copy machine, in the office, etc. Stay masked and use 6 foot distancing. If 6 foot distancing is not maintained, keep contact under 15 minutes
No congregating around the copy machine, in the office, etc.
At work, keep any time with other adults not in your direct cohort to less than 15 minutes in any 24 period.
No congregating around the copy machine, in the office, etc.N/A in remote learning
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AthleticsAllowed per CHSAA and CDPHE guidanceAllowed per CHSAA and CDPHE guidanceAllowed per CHSAA and CDPHE guidanceAllowed per CHSAA and CDPHE guidanceNot allowedNot allowed
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Group size allowed for indoor ATHLETIC and ACADEMIC events50% capacity or 500 fans allowed, whatever is smallest.50% capacity or 225 fans allowed.(Home or visitor TBA)50% capacity or 150 fans/people allowed. (Home or visitor TBA)25% 50 HOME fans allowedNot allowedNot allowed
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Group size for outdoor school events (including athletics and academics)No capacity restrictions/Local government may make local restrictionsNo capacity restrictions/Local government may make local restrictions50% of capacity or maximum of 175 people whatever is fewer*

REVISED GUIDELINES FOR OUTDOOR ATHLETIC EVENTS
Multiple sections in bleachers/seating areas capable of seating up to 175 spectators may be designated provided that a spacial barrier of at least 50 ft is provided between sections. The visitors side of the field may also be designated to seat up to 175 spectators. Masks should be worn at all times and 6-feet distancing between non-household contacts is highly encouraged. Opposite gates of entry must be used for each individual venue/section in order to regulate the number of spectators and inform spectators of seating designations. Portable restrooms will be provided on the side for visiting spectators. Hand sanitizer stations will be available at each station with signs requiring its use and there will be a distance of 6 feet while waiting for restroom use.

25% of capacity or maximum 75 people whatever is fewer*25% capacity or 75 people (with calculator)*Closed
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School Board MeetingsTBAContinue masking and 6 foot distancing with a maximum of 50 people in any given room or 50% of the room's posted occupancy, which ever is less. Continue masking and 6 foot distancing with a maximum of 25 people in any given room or 50% of the room's posted occupancy, which ever is less. 10 people in person. Meetings broadcast via ZoomAll meetings remoteAll meetings remote
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Visitors to District OfficeTBAContinue masking and 6 foot distancing with a maximum of 50 people in any given room or 50% of the room's posted occupancy, which ever is less.Continue masking and 6 foot distancing with a maximum of 25 people in any given room or 50% of the room's posted occupancy, which ever is less.Meetings virtual when at all possibleMeetings virtualmeetings virtual
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Admin in schools, Individual business meetings like the benefits fairTBACan be in person with 6-foot distancing, mask wearing, 10 people or fewer based upon capacity of room.Can be in person with 6-foot distancing, mask wearing 10 people or fewer based upon capacity of room.Not allowedNot allowedNot allowed
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Outdoor Recess ^
Elementary: Students may play across a cohort but within the same grade level. MS: Students who are playing sports together or enjoying recess in small groups should be masked.

* This will be reviewed depending on cohort quarantines.
Elementary: Students may play across a cohort but within the same grade level. MS: Students who are playing sports together or enjoying recess in small groups should be masked.

* This will be reviewed depending on cohort quarantines.
Elementary: Students may play across a cohort but within the same grade level. MS: Students who are playing sports together or enjoying recess in small groups should be masked.Elementary: Students should be playing within their cohort groups. MS: Students who are playing sports together or enjoying recess in small groups should be masked.Elementary: Students should be playing within their cohort groups. MS: Students who are playing sports together or enjoying recess in small groups should be masked.
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Music: * No capacity restrictions indoor or outdoor ensembles. Continue to follow 6 foot distancing. Indoor and outdoor ensembles use maximum capacity calculator: (https://covid19.colorado.gov/social-distancing-calculator)Indoor ensemble 30 people max. Outdoor ensemble 60 people max. Indoor ensemble 20 people max. Outdoor ensemble 40 people max. Indoor ensemble 10 people max. Outdoor ensemble 20 people max.No singing or wind instruments.
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* This will be reviewed depending on cohort quarantines.
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* per the CDPHE "What are the capacity restrictions at each level?" document 3/24/2021
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^ Recess: Consider designating separate areas in open spaces; use floor marking in teaching spaces (student sections/workstations). Indoor gym equipment may be used, if the equipment is disinfected after each group of students' use. Consider staggering recess times for each class/cohort. Recess may occur outside. Playground equipment may be used by small groups of students as long as they wash their hands upon returning into the school. Indoor Recess should follow unseated indoor event guidelines.





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* Music: applies to all color stages: Participants should wear a mask unless playing an instrument. Performers with masks should be 12 feet away from each other and spectators and if not wearing masks, should be 25 feet away from each other and spectators. Instruments should have bell covers. Instrument players with bell covers should be 12 feet apart from each other and spectators and 25 feet apart from each other and spectators without bell covers. There needs to be 30 minutes or 3 air exchanges between room occupancy. Go outside when you can. Use markings on the floor to help with distancing. Disinfect high-touch surfaces.
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** Updated 3/29/2021
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