Proposed Health Protocols and Proposed Academic Model

Draft Health Protocols

Low/No Spread:

  1. Health screening self-check for staff
  2. Health screening and temperature check for visitors (minimizing visitor access)
  3. Health screening at home for students (health questionnaire and temperature check)
  4. Bus transportation- masks optional, regular seating, daily sanitization
  5. Academic day
    1. Students- masks optional, limited mass gatherings, frequent hand hygiene
    2. Faculty/Staff- masks optional, limited mass gatherings, frequent hand hygiene
  6. Food service- increased space between tables
  7. Program specific field studies
  8. Facility cleaning and disinfecting – Routine cleaning and normal disinfection of high contact areas daily.

Proposed Academic Model

View a chart showing the Proposed Academic Model for the return to school in the fall.

Minimal/Moderate Spread:

  1. Health screening self-check for staff with temperature check on-site
  2. Limited visitor access to school (official school business- by appointment)
  3. Health screening at home for students (health questionnaire and temperature check)
    1. Heightened symptom surveillance with spot temperature checks
  4. Bus transportation- masks recommended, reduced seating, increased sanitization between morning and afternoon runs
  5. Academic day
    1. Students- masks recommended, social distancing by academic model, increased hand hygiene
    2. Faculty/Staff- masks recommended, social distancing by academic model, increased hand hygiene
  6. Food service- modified food service program with alternate campus spaces utilized
  7. Limited field studies
  8. Facility cleaning and disinfecting – Routine daily cleaning and increased disinfection of high contact areas including electrostatic spray disinfecting.

Substantial Spread:

Shutdown classroom/school/district.

Student becomes sick on campus:

  1. Remove from classroom setting into isolated space
  2. Health assessment by the school nurse
  3. Contact parent for pick-up
  4. Next steps provided to parent
  5. Report to Department of Health to begin contact tracing